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Right now you're thinking "Gee, this is a great way to show off my love of '80s science fiction AND my preference for '60s pop music. If only I could emblazon this on my chest!" Stop right there. We have a solution.

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The saxophone solo at the end of M83's Midnight City might sound like a retro throwback, almost like the sonic version of Instagram, but it's easy to forget that the saxophone was once a synonym for cool in popular music. To jog your memory, here's Midnight City's chorus mashed up with a video from a time when even the president played saxophone.

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A music video that mashes together the sublime rhyming of Ol' Dirty Bastard with cartoon horses. It works way better than it should.

Video contains language that might be too real for some.

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A remix featuring the slightly sped-up Ludacris' "How Low Can You Go" and the digital growl of "Threshold 8 Bit" from the Scott Pilgrim movie soundtrack, all set to the snazzy visuals of the Scott Pilgrim movie, which we all know was a 112-minute-long music video anyway.

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Okay, so it's not really duet, but this mashup of the Doors' "Riders on the Storm" and Blondie's "Rapture" blends together so seamlessly, video and all, that it might as well be. Check out Blondie's awkward early-'80s attempt at rapping as a bonus.

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