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CDZA Group Brings New Meaning to Jukebox [VIDEO]

The group known as CDZA conducts musical experiments for our online viewing pleasure every other week. This week they bring us a great experiment known as the Human Jukebox.These guys set up on a street and had people give money based on the type of music they wanted to hear, whether they wanted them to speed up or slow down, etc. What the experiment turned out was Bach is more popular than Lady Gaga or Michael Jackson. I guess people are cultured after all.

The best part of it is this group took all the money and donated it to a local organization that exposes youth to the arts and music. Check out their impressive skills on the cello, the violin  and a hidden surprise.

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