A little less than a year ago, the Mustang Club of Poland shocked us with an amazing fan-made video documenting some of the organization's headier hardware. Now the club is back with a different sort of video. The director has managed to direct the entire crowd to craft a Stomp-style musical sound collage made up of the various clicks, chimes, slams, squeaks, roars and honks of a crowd of very stylish ponies. We'd rather watch the cars prowling around the cramped streets and open countryside of Europe, but we still commend the group for what must have been a very challenging video to shoot and edit.

The group says we can expect to see a making-of clip to come along soon as well. In the mean time, hit the jump to check out the new video, and be sure to click back for a little refresher on the club's first cinematic endeavor as well. You'll be glad you did.



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      Krishan Mistry
      • 3 Years Ago
      Id rather hear a music piece made entirely out of engine sounds, with an occasional overtone of chirping tires. You have at least 50 V8s there, and they sound a heckuva lot better than opening and closing doors.
      throwback
      • 3 Years Ago
      These guys do some good work. Love the cars too, can't imagine what it costs to gas up a 5.0 in Poland.
        LUSTSTANG S-197
        • 3 Years Ago
        @throwback
        What's considered "expensive" is all relative. If they're used to paying an arm and a leg for gas and love Mustangs, then I'm sure they don't mind paying a little more, if it means having a car they love. I'm sure Americans would be saying the same thing back in 2000 if we knew we would be paying about three times more for a gallon of gas in 2011.
          LUSTSTANG S-197
          • 3 Years Ago
          @LUSTSTANG S-197
          I like how I get down voted for saying people have become accustomed to paying more for gas. I guess most of you kids voting me down don't remember when gas was $1 a gallon in the late 90s. And guess what, we didn't have all of these 400-500 hp sports cars, pony cars, and luxury cars that we seem to take for granted today. So, go ahead. Keep voting me down. That just shows me that you all are either too young or are simply in denial. Gas prices have gone up drastically over the last decade folks, and guess what, cars have gotten cooler. I am simply pointing out the irony.
      Pandamasque
      • 3 Years Ago
      I'm sorry, but that just didn't feel musical at all. It was like several unrelated short sessions of rhythmical noise making. Compare http://youtu.be/z0yHixGwB50
      johnb
      • 3 Years Ago
      A properly built Mustang must be an amazing sight rolling down a European street.
        MiniBoost
        • 3 Years Ago
        @johnb
        Very much is ... the level of dedication required to own one in Poland is huge. The price of fuel along with the average earning puts them in the range of exotic.
      SPcamert
      • 3 Years Ago
      Reminds me of that video where they made music with all the squeaks and rattles of a jeep cherokee.
      Jack Mehaff
      • 3 Years Ago
      they are many ways to enjoy a mustang!
      Mr. Meaner
      • 3 Years Ago
      The original broskis
      WillieD
      • 3 Years Ago
      Well, that was weird...
      JasonERF
      • 3 Years Ago
      Lovely vid but I did prefer their first one.
      john m
      • 3 Years Ago
      At first I thought this was going to end up being like a dancing fight scene from West Side Story! :) They should have ended it where all the classic Mustangs rev up their engines and set off the alarms of the new Mustangs to the beat.
      LUSTSTANG S-197
      • 3 Years Ago
      It was a little odd, but looking at all of those beautiful cars, and listening to them pull in at the beginning made it all worth while for me. It's nice to see that Mustangs have a presence over there. I think this serves as further evidence to dispel the myth that Europeans don't like American Metal.
      aeollo
      • 3 Years Ago
      Gay.
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