Old Skool: Watch These 7-12 Year Old Kids Rock Out Some Led Zeppelin Classics On Xylophones

It doesn't matter how young you are, you can still appreciate that Zeppelin rules (even if you happen to be a Pink Floyd fan). And these (too-cool-for) school kids are stepping up to the plate and showing their love for The Zep by laying down some of the band's most well known tracks.

On xylophones no less.

They're the Louisville Leopard Percussionists, aged between 7 and 12 years old, and comprise of 55 students.

Here they show that you don't need a guitar and Robert Plant's naked torso to do a rocking medley of some Zep classics, "Kashmir," "The Ocean," and "Immigrant Song."

But if you do, you can always close your eyes and imagine as you absentmindedly play along on your air guitar.

Just look at their concentration. They own it. It makes you proud of the youth of today. And with cover versions like this, they should really think about touring.

Even Otto, the Springfield Elementary School bus driver from the Simpsons knows Zepplin rules.

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