Thunderstruck: Dad records baby’s noises for a year, turns it into video of AC/DC song

Thunderstruck: Dad records baby’s noises for a year, turns it into video of AC/DC song
Angus Young and AC/DC may have some competition in delivering the best version of "Thunderstruck." (Amy Harris/Invision/AP)

You’ll be thunderstruck by the youngest person to cover an AC/DC song.

Baby Ryan “sings” the distinctive song by the Australian rock 'n' roll group, thanks to the painstaking efforts of his father, Matt MacMillan.

MacMillan spent a year recording his infant’s laughing and cooing noises, finding the right pitch and blending them into a fabulous video version of the 1990 song, NPR reported.

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MacMillan had more than 80 clips of his son to sample, selecting coughs, thumps and rattles, CNN reported. He sorted the other clips by pitch.

Need a bass drum sound? Ryan thumps on the sofa. The infant slaps the floor while crawling to imitate a snare drum. The crash of cymbals? Ryan sneezes.

The video has been viewed more than 1.1 million times since MacMillan posted it on YouTube on Jan. 14.