WATCH: Epic video of kids covering Ozzy Osbourne's 'Crazy Train' on xylophones resurfaces
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WATCH: Epic video of kids covering Ozzy Osbourne's 'Crazy Train' on xylophones resurfaces

"Someone hug that music director."

A resurfaced viral video is reminding everyone that even kids can get behind a bit of Ozzy Osbourne. In it, students aged 7 - 12 all hop behind xylophones to smash out a cover of 'Crazy Train'. 

Originally posted to YouTube in 2012, the video - which has been viewed over two million times - has been receiving more attention recently after being shared in the r/NextFuckingLevel subreddit - a suitable page for it to live. 

Those kids are in their late teens/early twenties now and their little music session is still entertaining people. How good?

“I don't know whether to laugh or cry for joy,” wrote one commenter. “Someone hug that music director. We are NOT doomed!  Hope abides!  And that lil dude with the rock on tee shirt can wail!”

“I hope some or a few of these students watch this again and see it brought me joy 11 years later,” said another. “Great to hear.”

“These kids are one HUGE reason why we should keep the arts in the schools,” a third added. “GREAT”

“All of these children are very talented, they feel their music not simply play it!” one more wrote. “That's important. It's also great how they are preserving all of the great classics for future generations.”

We like a good ol’ wacky music cover here at the Rock. Last year we covered a bunch of dudes who used beer bottles to play ‘Can’t Stop’ by the Red Hot Chili Peppers at what looks to be a kickons sesh. 

There was also the bloke who used viral clips of Gordon Ramsay screaming stuff to cover System Of A Down’s ‘Chop Suey’. Somehow, he made it fucking epic. 

People are so God damn creative and we froth it when they show it off.