Wheelie Bin Sound System at London Santacon 2009

Ben and I built a portable sound system out of car audio parts, a wheelie bin and two large car batteries. Then we went to Santacon in London (12th Dec)... Thanks to all santas for much fun, and thanks to the breakdancing fella, whoever you are. All audio comes from the video footage. Tunes: Phillip Frazer - Rub a dub Christmas King Stitt - Christmas tree Jack Dangers - Christmas is here White Stripes - My doorbell Curtis Mayfield - Move on up Ethiopians - Ding dong bell Jacob Miller - Wish you a Merry Christmas

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