'Tainted Love' Performed By A Choir Of Floppy Disk Drives

'Tainted Love' Performed By A Choir Of Floppy Disk Drives

Do you remember the trust floppy disk drive? The slot in the side of your PC which you'd clip your floppy disk into? You know the ones, those virtually indescribable plastic devices that were capable of hold a staggering 1.44MB of data.

Well whilst it's nigh on impossible to locate them these days, that hasn't stopped YouTube user Gigawipf putting these artifacts of technology to good use.

They've built and then synced the world's first "floppy disk drive choir" to cover Soft Cell's  'Tainted Love' (which in itself, is a cover of the original Gloria Jones song from 1964) and it is epic. In fact, it's equally as impressive as this musical masterpiece created using a bike or these melodies created using ice.

First here's Soft Cell's classic clip.

And here's the epic floppy disk version

This clip officially wins the internet today.

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