Who "Here in my car, I feel safest of all..." Ah, yes. Here is Numan, the electronic music pioneer, performing his 1979 hit "Cars" on an array of automobiles. Oh, and the whole rig's powered by a single car battery.
Of course, somebody has to foot the bill for these types of things, and in this case it's DieHard, who wanted to demonstrate just how much a single one of their DieHard Platinum batteries can power. Twenty-four cars, two keyboards and one one-hit wonder is how much. (OK, OK, there was "Are 'Friends' Electric?" too.)
Sadly, Wired explains, you're not hearing the cars' actual horns but rather an MP3 file of a horn played through the car's sound system. When you're working off one car battery - the whole setup drew only 31.3 amphours - I guess you're allowed to cut some corners. [Wired]