Loudest 'Pop Rocks' Chorus

United States


Lake City, Florida, United States / April 11, 2011

Using only Pop Rocks, the Reflections of Christ Student Ministry created a symphonic sound that reached 72.7 decibels, a new world record.

The record was set on April 3, 2009 in Lake City, Florida. Dustin Busscher was present to witness and document the feat.



Tags: songcandyloudchorusPop Rocks

  • United States Emily Patricia

    So weird. I love it.

  • United States Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt

    For those referencing the 72 decibel level, at one moment in the video the reading on the screen DOES jump to 72, but I believe the reason that happened was because at that exact moment the person holding the device fumbled with it slightly. Decibels are measured on a logarithmic scale, meaning that a sound measured at 50 decibels is ten TIMES louder than a sound measured at 40 decibels, Every 3 db's represents the volume doubling. So, the fact that the number given here is almost an entire order of magnitude above what is claimed in the video is quite significant.

  • 64=72? cat=dog?

  • Yeah this wasn't very well documented...

  • 64 and 72 are way different

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