Either/Or: White Stripes vs. Ben L'Oncle Soul
In this corner, ladies and gentlemen, we have the OGs of modern garage rock The White Stripes with their super-hit "Seven Nation Army"! *cheers erupt*
And in THIS corner, we have French soul-pop singer Ben L'Oncle Soul's funky, reggae-inspired cover of said song! *more cheers, a couple confused looks on the audience's faces*
There's probably a million WS fans out there that will fight for the original song, but in all honesty, I'm loving BOS's super fresh and funky cover!
Which one are you going to choose?
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