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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Has Got A Whole New (Doritos) Bag That Actually Plays Music

written by Quinzel Lee April 27, 2017
doritos bag for guardians of the galaxy vol. 2

Instead of coming up with a new flavor to go along with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Doritos came up with something that will literally bring music to your ears. Yes, I’m not exaggerating and I’m using ‘literally’ correctly. Keep reading if you want to check my grammar.

You gotta tune out all of that loud crunching somehow, right? Well here’s your chance. Doritos is coming out with a bag that has a cassette-style music player on it. I choose my words carefully and say “cassette-style” because it’s not really a cassette player. Which is a life saver because who the heck has tapes these days, right? But, you can plug your headphones in it and you can hear music. What music, you might ask? Well you’ve got the whole Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 soundtrack to listen to. Snack food and music? Not even iTunes can deliver on that!

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 mix tape for doritos

The Guardians soundtrack has some pretty groovy tunes on it. Songs such as The Parliment’s “Flash Light” and Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain”. And of course, the original song “Guardians Inferno” is on the soundtrack as well and it features The Sneepers and David Hasslehoff.

Now, don’t run to the store just yet, because you won’t see these limited release Doritos bags there. These bags will only be available online at Amazon starting Friday, April 28th while supplies last. They’re not up on the site yet, but come April 28th, they will be ready for your listening (and munching) pleasure.

Ready to go see the movie? May 5th can’t come fast enough! I’m super excited for this as well! I am mostly looking forward to seeing Baby Groot getting into all kinds of shenanigans.

Are you guys gonna go out and grab a bag? Let us know what you think of this new bag in the comments below!


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Cnet

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