Jul 142012
 

The Call Me Maybe craze that Carly Rae Jepsen unleashed upon the world continues, even thought it prompts groans from most listeners. Thankfully, the spoofs and parodies continue to pour in online for a good laugh. 

 must have spent a good while watching all six Star Wars movies, because he was somehow able to recreate the over-played hit song with everyone’s favorite sci-fi characters singing.

It’s a nerd-alicious pop song experience that is getting a viral kick start after being featured on TastefullyO and MostWatched.

 


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Jul 132012
 

This older video published by  in 2010 has suddenly gone viral again now, and is covered on HyperVocal, Buzzfeed, and 22Words.

Dad playing Metallica’s classic Nothing Else Matters on acoustic guitar softly puts his baby son to sleep who helps by humming along as lead singer. Who knew hard rock could be such a powerful lullaby?

 


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Jul 132012
 

Remember , the one minute mash up master who went viral with his Blink-182 tribute? Well, the punk rocker is back, this time mashing up twenty famous Green Day songs into a sixty second tribute song. 

And he did it all on his first shot. The mash up video is featured on CBSNews and DogAndPonyShow

 


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Jul 122012
 

Like everyone was doing back in 2006 during the birth of YouTube, Alex Dainis recorded a lip sync video. She was 17 and loved Aaron Carter’s Aaron’s Party. She did it again three years later, and again now. 

She put all three of her performances together in a video “six years in the making” that has gone viral, and is featured on LaughingSquid, HuffingtonPost, and BuzzFeed

 


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Jul 122012
 

All pop songs seem to traverse through the same cycle. The song debuts and quickly spreads, cherished by all. But just as quickly as the track reaches the top is it overplayed by every radio station, mall, and county fair, resulting in fan quickly getting sick of it.

It’s a strange paradox. On one hand, we feel like we just heard it, and beg who’s ever in charge of the radio to switch stations. But on the other hand, we just can’t help but singing along at the top of our voices. “But you didn’t have to cuuuut me ooooof!”

Comedy group  made this short film that expresses this phenomenon perfectly. It has gone viral after being featured on Reddit.

 


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