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Thursday, December 30, 2010

DJ Earworm Slams 2010's Pop Hits Into One Frankenstein of a Song

Posted By on Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 9:56 AM

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If you really hate yourself, have the world's worst music taste, or are just morbidly curious how it's possible to mix together Billboard's top 25 songs into one coherent track, you'll probably wanna give DJ Earworm's "United State of Pop 2010 (Don't Stop The Pop)" a listen.

This San Francisco DJ has deconstructed tracks from the likes of Rihanna, Usher, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Enrique Iglesias, B.O.B., and Lady Gaga, reforming them into the Voltron of pop tracks (or maybe Frankenstein is a more apt reference here). Despite the wide range of artists, It mostly sounds like Ke$ha and Katy Perry, which was enough for me to consider hitting the bottle first thing this morning. That said, it's all shockingly well done, on a technical level.

If you happen to be a terrorist or other misanthrope specializing in audio-based attacks on innocent bystanders, you can download the track here.

[via SFist]

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