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Friday, July 22, 2011

The 10 Most Unforgettably Ridiculous Products Shilled by Musicians

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The KISS Kasket

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  • Die like a rocker!

Introduced in 2010 and already on its second-generation model, the Kiss Kasket, at just $3,299, featuring "iconic KISS images," represents the ultimate in KISS-inspired luxury. But don't just take the band's word for it: Pantera's Dimebag Darrell was buried in one in 2004. (He had requested a Kasket in his will.)

Pimp Juice, by Nelly

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  • Props if you succeeded in taking this seriously.

With 100 percent of your recommended daily Vitamin C, this energy drink from the Nellyville days seems downright wholesome by today's celebrity beverage standards. Besides, in the helpful song "Pimp Juice," Nelly explains that the drink/magical potion is equal-opportunity, as "Pimp juice is color blind/You find it work on all color, creeds, and kinds/From ages 50 right down to 9." Look out, Dairy Farmers of America.

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