Looks a little like the Iration Steppas rig.
Never felt Bass like it.
Might turn some year sevens to mush though! :)
Depends whether you need to tell the teachers first... Alice Cooper - Schools Out or Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall.
Don't know how I forgot this! Steve Vai - Alien Water Kiss - YouTube
That's a mind melter right there!
I really like classical mixed with modern music, so
Venetian Snares - Szamar Madar (Sounds like plain ol' classical at first but stick with it. Music nerd fact: this song is written in 7/4 time rather than 4/4 like most electronic music)
Aphex Twin - Girl/Boy Song (Probably a bit too 'electronic' for people who have no taste in music, the drum complexity in this track is mindblowing)
Atiq - It Was There (Sort of like Jungle/DnB meets classical)
I think kids nowadays have this opinion that all classical music is terrible and old, so maybe these songs will help them realise that it's not at all.
If you're looking for the classical approach, check out http://lmgtfy.com/?q=vitamin+string+quartet (vitamin string quartet)
They do a mix of various genres, including modern hits and some various songs from the 80's etc.
Personally, I'd go for something like Olivier Messiaen's 'Quartet for the End of Time'. Great background story (written and first performed in a WWII POW camp with the instruments available) and you can get the children to listen out for different birdsongs.
Or there's George Benjamin's short opera 'Into the Little Hill', which is based on the story of The Pied Piper of Hamelin.
I heard a Gregorian Chant version of Loosing My Religion by R.E.M a little while ago, that was interesting haha.