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Star Wars Kinect comes out today! In a move that's sure to further desecrate rekindle your love of the franchise, the game lets you play as Star Wars characters clubbing to music that wouldn't sound out of place on an R. Kelly album. Let's hope they let R2D2 dance to dubstep!

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Dialogue from nearly 300 movies expertly spliced into everyone's favorite song about butts. Consider your afternoon made.

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This is Jaxon Smith. He is six years old! He's already committed a significant amount of his young life to the drums, and can already accompany the Foo Fighters track "Pretender."

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The same folks who made the enormously popular Mr. Rogers "Garden of Your Mind" remix for PBS are back, this time taking on everyone's favorite TV art teacher. No matter how much you liked Bob Ross beforehand, his adorableness quotient will grow tenfold after watching this video.

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Today's installment of Children Playing Singing or Dancing Like Fun-Sized Adults™ features a two-year-old getting down to Elvis. Maybe by the time he's in high school the music industry will have gone full circle and '50s rock-and-roll will be in again.

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Just when the Backstreet Boys and 'Nsync were fading from memory, '90s fever catches up again with the Second Coming of the Boy Band. Already ridiculously popular in their native U.K., the preteen quintet One Direction has made enough of a splash in the U.S. for the predictable boy band backlash to occur. This particular parody doubles as a nice introduction to the band if you haven't heard of them yet.

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Nothing's more relaxing for a morning commute than the Morning Prelude from Peer Gynt, but I'm secretly wishing they had done In the Hall of the Mountain King instead.

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Look! It's your childhood! And for Americans who thought they were the only ones who remember this '90s television entertainment touchstone, Will Smith's recent appearance on the Graham Norton Show proves them wrong.

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The same genius - GENIUS - mashup artist who made the POTUS sing LMFAO is back, this time to help him sing THE SONG THAT WON'T DIE. SERIOUSLY. IT'S BEEN FUN, INTERNET, BUT YOU CAN MOVE ON TO A DIFFERENT POP JINGLE NOW.

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Eric Calderone is out with another nerdgasm-inducing metal cover, this time lifting from the Doctor Who soundtrack.

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For some reason I can't stop thinking of "Shadow Stabbing" by Cake.

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Okay, so they're not really played at once. But this mashup of Katy Perry, LMFAO, Rihanna, One Direction, Carly Rae Jepsen, and more will make you question whether we aren't just listening to the same song on repeat whenever we turn on the radio.

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The Walk Off the Earth video of five people playing one guitar spawned approx. five billion parodies. This is one of the better ones, achieving at least some competency in playing 1/5 of a guitar per person while sharply observing the likely economic situation of a band that can only afford one guitar between the five of them.

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Ever wondered what a Dutch a capella choir covering dubstep sounded like? No? Well me neither, but this choir decides to answer that question anyway, covering Skrillex' Bangarang.