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The history of rock and roll in one incredible Facebook mashup


348 rockstars, 84 guitarists, 64 songs, 44 drummers and one seriously valid reason to spend the rest of the day clicking repeat on this video.

Running the gamut of the great and the good across the last half century of guitar music, Ithacaaudio serves up a sprawling rock mashup for both the eyes and the ears.

Imagining the genre's most iconic acts as Facebook users, with everyone from Bowie to Led Zeppelin logging in to share their music videos over the social networking site, even leaving comments underneath on their love of music and biggest influences (all real quotes), it makes for a truly unique watch.

So yank up the volume to 11 and we'll pretend you never bought that Mumford and Sons album.



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