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Folk Sandstorm

Folk Sandstorm

Finnish folk band Takapotku offers a fun, acoustic take on the 1999 Darude track Sandstorm, replacing the electronic synthesizer and drum machine beats with fiddle, guitar, drums, banjo, mandolin, accordion, and flute.

Sandstorm on Toothbrushes

Sandstorm on Toothbrushes

The consistently silly and entertaining Device Orchestra is back to perform another track, taking on Darude’s 2000 dance hit Sandstorm, played on an electric typewriter, some credit card terminals, and a pair of electric toothbrushes. The googly eyes mean they now earn union scale for their performances.

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Potato Sandstorm

Potato Sandstorm

If you have the patience to sit through the carving of the instrument itself, you’ll be treated to one of the most unusual cover versions of Darude’s 2000 hit Sandstorm ever, as performed on an almost certainly unbaked potato by a quite possibly baked musician.

Lampstorm

Lampstorm

YouTuber Mr. Cookies liked the sound his floorlamp made when he tapped its metal shade with a pen, so he decided to sample it and a few other lamp sounds, then sequenced them it into the 2001 Darude track, Sandstorm.

Cell Phone Sandstorm

Cell Phone Sandstorm

Arsen Sayadyan performs a spot-on cover version of Darude’s 2001 dance hit on the tiny keyboard of his old Samsung phone. As further proof that everything exists somewhere on the internet, he’s got an entire YouTube channel dedicated to Samsung cover songs.

Marimba Sandstorm

Marimba Sandstorm

Another fun cover version of Darude’s mesmerizing dance hit, Sandstorm, this time played on marimba – and a wood box, by musician eemikun, who also does a mean remake of the Nyan Cat theme. Yeah, remember Nyan Cat? Never forget.

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