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Warning: strong language and explicit sexual content make this mashup oh so wrong, but also OH SO RIGHT.

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Gotye's hit of the summer spawned so many YouTube parodies that he assembled literally hundreds of them to create a definitive "YouTube Orchestra" mashup. We'll let him speak for himself:

Reluctant as I am to add to the mountain of interpretations of Somebody That I Used To Know seemingly taking over their own area of the internet, I couldn't resist the massive remixability that such a large, varied yet connected bundle of source material offered.



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GENIUS. But please note that we have a zero-tolerance policy for Snorlax jokes in situations like these.

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Cultural archivers and performers CDZA are at it again, this time with a mashup of hit songs for wooing women from every year since 1955. If the song's from the year you were born, there's a good chance you were conceived to it. Which hit were YOUR parents listening to?

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Star Wars! Call Me Maybe! Is there anything more you could possibly want, Internet? I didn't think so.

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We know, we know. You've heard both of these songs a million times before, and not even an adorable mashup of the two by Pomplamoose might keep you from rolling your eyes and saying "UGH, not AGAIN" (did you do that? Be honest!) But this arrangement is executed well enough to be worth your time, and the music video defies the obvious visuals by paying homage to the 2009 thriller "The Box" (or possibly "Button Button" by Richard Matheson, the short story on which the movie was based).

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YouTube performer Chad Neidt revisits the concept for his one-minute Blink-182 mashup by doing the same thing with a different '90s pop-punk band: Green Day.

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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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The Naked Bus exposes the prejudices inherent in the wizarding law enforcement system. And also butterbeer.