Suddenly Charlie Sheen’s use of “Crazy Train” in his Comedy Central Roast commercial seems a lot cooler. Japanese automaker Honda has just produced a new commercial featuring the Ozzy Osbourne classic. The commercial shows a family packed in a Honda Pilot slowly coming together to perform an acapella version of “Crazy Train.” That’s right, Honda went Glee on “Crazy Train.”
Don’t get us wrong, we’re in no way bashing the fact that they did an acapella of a metal song. The cover of Rammstein’s “Du Hast” proved that acapella and metal can be a fun combo at times. However, there have also been better acapella covers of “Crazy Train” done before. Then again, it’s still not the worst commercial associated with Ozzy Osbourne.
Watch the commercial for yourself in the video above. But don’t worry, Scion, you’re still the most metal automaker by a long shot.