A floppy disc cover of The Imperial March: Anand Jain gives the Star Wars tune a quirky rendition (VIDEO).

Here’s a Cover of Star Wars’ “Imperial March,” Played on Eight Floppy Disc Drives

Here’s a Cover of Star Wars’ “Imperial March,” Played on Eight Floppy Disc Drives

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Oct. 18 2014 2:46 PM

A Cover of Star Wars’ “Imperial March,” Played on Eight Floppy Disc Drives

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On the heels of a full-length, fan-made version of The Empire Strikes Back comes another quirky homage to a galaxy far, far away—Anand Jain’s cover of Star Wars' famous “Imperial March.” His instruments of choice? Eight floppy disc drives.

Jain specializes in this sort of cover, and has done floppy disc renditions of “Sandstorm” and the Ghostbusters theme song. Rumor is he’ll be providing the score for the latest installments in the Star Wars franchise.

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