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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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By Serrena
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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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Bubba Sparxxx's "Ms. New Booty," the Ying Yang Twins, and the Little Mermaid never sounded so good together.

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From now on, both these songs will be tainted for you. You won't be able to listen to one without thinking of the other. You're welcome.

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If you squee'd a little looking at this, then check If Style Could Kill to find where you can order your own (not that yours truly is going to be doing anything like that... oh no. Me? Never...)

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If they're moving the show to Friday night, there might as well be a dance-worthy remix for the folks who stay at home to watch it.

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A mashup featuring our favorite go-to remixable song/artist and our favorite hedgehog.

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A dubstep mashup of the best "O-Faces" in Hollywood. No nudity, but be sure you're in an environment that's safe for sexy grunting.

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A pitch-perfect mashup of Flight of the Conchord's "The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room)" and Jay-Z's "Hola Hovito." I haven't been this excited about a Jay-Z mashup since The Grey Album.

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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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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.