Why listen to one song when you can listen to 68 of them mashed together?
The alt-pop hooks of Sky Ferreira meets the…donkey sauce of Guy Fieri. At last.
It’s cable news’ No. 1 jam.
James Brown vs Gorillaz vs The Doors vs Queen vs Aerosmith vs Led Zeppelin vs Pink Panther Theme vs Stevie Wonder vs AC/DC vs Torpedo Boyz. Basically, it’s awesome.
Tumblr user spookyandthetheif took a classic recipe video from everyone’s favorite chef, Weber Cooks, and put it to super sad music. The result is hauntingly hilarious and better than anything you’ve seen before.
One dude with an acoustic guitar plays two songs that sound the same at once, and totally proves that Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” is Madonna’s “Express Yourself.” Also, Nickelback totally ripped off Nickelback.
“Nothing Compares to Wrecking Ball” is the (fantasy) collaboration you never knew you needed.
The Bard was obviously inspired by the Double Double when he penned Sonnet 18, right? Well, maybe not, but you probably want some Animal Fries now.
It’s everything you’ve always wanted but never had until today.
From now on, all Jay Z music videos should be Taylor Swift songs.
They’re up all night to get lucky. What? No. Get your mind out of the gutter.
If Anderson Cooper loves breaking news so much, why doesn’t he marry it?
German DJ YUM YUM has created a mashup for your GNO pre-game.
This mash-up is an excellent and exciting homage to Superman and to the amazing animated series.
Takes me back to puberty.
This is the perkiest version of “Head Like a Hole” you will ever hear.
Star Wars taught you about the Force, incestuous princesses, and thermal exhaust ports, and now, on National Grammar Day, it’s teaching interjections in this mashup with Schoolhouse Rock.
That’s right: GUMMY YOU. Only in Japan, kids, only in Japan.
Just going down this road that we call life.
Pretty great version of Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River” mashed up with BlackStreet’s “No Diggity.”
“Never Want You Back” combines the best of “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “I Want You Back.” This is going to make your day.
Incidental Comics re-imagines Hitchcock’s most famous films as holiday classics.
All the year’s biggest hits in one track. As it turns out, Ke$ha’s “Die Young” is the song that ties it all together.
Two of the best dramas ever, mashed up into one incredibly miserable show about drug dealers.
As it turns out, it sounds pretty good mashed up with Wham’s “Last Christmas.”
A video mashup for people who like to stay home on Friday nights and also enjoy their Saved By The Bell.
2012’s most popular pop songs in one great mash-up. It’s pretty darn impressive.
Cool Material imagines what celebs would look like with Hollywood’s most famous mustaches.
Try not to dance. Go on, try it. I dare you.
He would be a flawless human being. Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to present the ultimate life-ruiner.