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The Furby Organ

You may recall the cat piano and other weird musical instruments that harness the various sounds of...various things. This is even weirder. An organ made of Furbys is what nightmares are made of. Since no one in their right mind ever had more than two Furbys, it took a lot of looking to assemble enough of them to build this thing. (YouTube link) The Furby Organ is like a choir of 40 Furbys, all controlled by a keyboard.
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