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While all the ladies of the world watch this with surges electricity exploding in their bodies, wishing they were "Emily," it's kind of hard to overlook the fact that the vocals need a little..."work."

However, the touching monologue in the end shows that this kid certainly wears his heart on his sleeve. -- A sleeve that all the ladies of the world want to see crumpled on their bedroom floor after a night of Tantric nirvana.

Tonight On AOTS: Ziggy Marley Talks Marley Documentary, The Expendables 2 Cast Interviews & More

Tonight on Attack of the Show with Michael Kosta and Candace Bailey, Ziggy Marley visits the studio for the documentary, Marley about the life and music of his father, Bob Marley. Speaking of movies, Tiffany Smith talks to Jason Statham, Terry Crews and Dolph Lundgren about The Expendables 2. Weston Scott also checks out the premiere Beer Fest in Portland and Matt Mira reviews the Motorola ATRX HD smartphone on Gadget Pr0n. Tune in tonight 7/6c!

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Off the back of accomplishing landing friggin' robots on friggin' Mars, the folks at Satire decided to commemorate NASA's latest accomplishment...with sexiness and the self-awareness to sing about it.

Now, LMFAO's ubiquitous hit, "Sexy and I Know It" becomes the platform for these randy rocket scientists to show the world that they don't just spend their days pushing buttons near complex blinking lights and counting stuff down.

Rock those pocket calculators (that you still have for some reason in a smartphone world) and gyrate at your thankless jobs, nerds!

Creed Green Screen Test

Posted August 13, 2012 - By Moye Ishimoto

There's only one way to test out your new green screen. Make a Creed music video!

For more viral videos, watch Around the Net on Attack of the Show every weeknight at 7/6c!

We have not quite made our way through the storm of parodies for Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" just yet.

However, after the version in which the Star Wars films were edited to sing the song, you just knew that a Star Trek version was as inevitable as the sunrise.

Thus, we have this Star Trek: The Next Generation-centric, mashup, which is everything that you would expect...and is still so damn funny, you'll swear you saw "five lights" instead of four.

The Sound Of Bane

Posted August 9, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

The Sound Of Bane

Notable numbers like "How Do You Solve A Problem Like Batman?," "These Are A Few Of My Favorite Reckonings," and "Climb Every Prison Wall" helped Bane's new musical relax Gotham's ears as they faced annihilation at his hands.

You all have his permission to die...trying to get to the nearest limited-engagement performance as quick as possible.


Warning: Some spoilerish stuff.

At this point, one's first reaction to a parody of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" is something along the lines of "really? again?!"

However, this one focusing on the show-stealing character of The Dark Knight Rises, Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Blake deserves its place among the best of the ever-growing "Call Me Maybe" genre.

The nosy, idealistic cop leads you on a Gotham-tastic musical number as he tries (as he does in the film) to get Bruce Wayne off his lazy, creepy shut-in ass and fight some bad guys, already.

Autoplay Music On Blogs

Posted August 3, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Autoplay Music On Blogs

...Pretty much this.

Having playlists with recommendations is cool, but setting autoplay music (and at full blast, no less) is never a pleasant experience.

One should not have to be thrust into a damn Maxell cassette tape commercial after accidentally wandering into your blog.


This butt-hurt ball-bag-wearing umpire presiding over a minor league baseball game with the Daytona Cubs got a little steamed when "Three Blind Mice" played over the PA, so he used his authority (that he apparently has as umpire) to actually eject the stadium's music man from the game.

What ever happened to the days of good-tempered umpires like Enrico Palazzo who just wanted to dance and molest the players?

It takes a lot to create a viral music video in this day and age. Not only do you need a good song, but you also have to find the perfect choreography and the best WTF ;details to incorporate. KPOP's PSY does this all in the video for his "Gangnam Style" song. So what does it all mean? I have no idea.

For more viral videos, watch Around the Net on Attack of the Show every weeknight at 7/6c!

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