Tuesday, August 2, 2011

British Troops perform Glee's 'Don't stop believin'.... Nice!

British troops perform Glee's 'Don't Stop Believin'

Troops from 7 Commando Battery, 29 Commando lighten the mood in Afghanistan by miming along to Glee's version of 'Don't Stop Believin' by American rock band Journey.

The video of the soldiers mining along to the song from Channel 4's hit television series whilst on deployment in Afghanistan has become an internet favourite.
Originally recorded in the 1980s by American soft-rock band Journey, the commandos lip-sync to Glee's cover version in various on-base locations.
The do-it-yourself music video gives a snapshot of life in the camp as troops bob up and down behind shower doors, and sing down the phone whilst on sentry duty.
One serviceman plays air-broom before handing over to colleagues on the treadmill.
Recently posted on YouTube, the clip has won the battery a host of fans, one user writing: "Fantastic... made me smile ...well done lads were all very proud... take care".

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