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Category Archives: Mashups

Slayer meets Wham! in amazing mashup

Posted by on June 13, 2018

Bill McClintock is the same dude that mashed up Bill Withers’ “Use Me” and Pantera’s “Mouth for War,” as well as the best Ratt/Marvin Gaye mashup ever (and probably the only one ever). How could he top himself? How about with one of the most iconic sax refrains of the ’80s mashed up with the […]

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This Ratt/Marvin Gaye mashup is the best thing you’ll hear this week

Posted by on February 27, 2018

Ah, the mashup. Kinda played out, right? Not yet. Two classic songs, one from the ’60s and one from the ’80s, have been combined to make something that, while not as iconic as either original song, still sounds amazing. And there are many reasons why this is so good. First of all,, one wouldn’t expect […]

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Queens of the Stone Age throw some Foo Fighters in “Feel Good Hit of the Summer”

Posted by on October 11, 2017

Queens of the Stone Age are in the midst of their headlining tour with Royal Blood, with it wrapping up at Madison Square Garden in a little less than two weeks. And as one of the best rock bands currently touring, they’re able to tweak some of their songs, like Rated R‘s “Feel Good Hit of […]

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Here’s the Drake/Danzig mashup you didn’t know you needed

Posted by on October 7, 2015

Drake is one of the most popular artists in music right now. That Canadian rapper had last week’s #1 album, and if you turn on any radio station that plays hip-hop and R&B, you’ll most likely hear him inside of half an hour. At any rate, that doesn’t matter because someone has decided to mash […]

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Iron Priest or Judas Maiden?

Posted by on May 20, 2015

To explain the confusing title, we are not talking about a new band who stole the name from the iconic heavy metal legends Judas Priest and Iron Maiden, but we’re talking about the mashup song youtuber The Taskmaster created. combining Maiden’s “The Wicker Man” and Priest’s “The Hellion/Electric Eye”. The video, cleverly titled “The Wicker […]

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