Greater than the sum of its parts

You might have heard about the clip above, it’s been featured on a lot of morning radio shows lately. Basically it’s David Lee Roth’s isolated vocals from the Van Halen classic “Runnin’ With the Devil” (Track 1 on their first album for you die hard VH fans). There’s no reason why this should be so funny, but it is – you will be impressed, scared, and tickled all at the same time.

This is a great reminder that The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. It sounds cliche’, but this is something that we really try and focus on at ThinkCash. We try and look at the customer experience and our marketing programs holistically, instead of just focusing on “the trees”.

2 responses to “Greater than the sum of its parts

  1. The goons at somethingawful are having a bunch of fun with this track. Here’s David Lee Roth driving.

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