This New Sprint Ad Sounds Just Like The White Stripes Song “Seven Nation Army” (Sprint vs. The White Stripes)


Sprint’s new “Cut Your Bill in Half” promotion features a number of ads showing customers physically chopping their bills in half. One of them features a track that sounds a LOT like The White Stripes “Seven Nation Army”. Check out the ad:


This time I made sure to save down an MP3 of the ad since the last time I posted a Sprint ad they pulled it down (see Sprint vs. The Cure):

Sprint - "Cut Your Bill in Half Ad" (2015)
The White Stripes - "Seven Nation Army" (2003)


Check out these other White Stripes appearances on this site!

Kid Rock vs. The White Stripes

Tom Petty vs. The White Stripes

Led Zeppelin vs. Chicago vs. Green Day vs. The White Stripes

Also, lots more Advertisement soundalikes here!

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4 Replies to “This New Sprint Ad Sounds Just Like The White Stripes Song “Seven Nation Army” (Sprint vs. The White Stripes)”

    1. Mark Adams

      I mentioned before about that mash up of I think it was Sweet Dreams (1983), Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) (1997) and Seven Nation Army (2003), but what has been overlooked is the song which I think sounds more like Sweet Dreams than any other song does: Spark in the Dark by Alice Cooper (1989).

  1. Mark Adams

    Benny from the Axis of Awesome also does this Human Jukebox series and in one of the videos, 80s vs. 90s vs. 00s he does a mash up of Sweet Dreams, Seven Nation Army and a Backstreet Boys song. Must all have the same chord progression, I guess because it works well and I suspect the chord progression is the good old Andalusian Cadence, which I think is vi-V-IV-iii.


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