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"Record Rip-Offs" is the twenty-eighth episode of the Oddity Archive.

SummaryEdit

Ben delves into the history of soundalike compilation albums.

Running GagsEdit

  • Opening Theme: "Flashdance (What a Feeling)" by the Countdown Singers
  • Closing Theme: "Dream On" by Unknown
  • Company Name: Pure Pop For Then People Productions
  • Very End Clip: The end of a record rip-off commercial, listing the stores at where the album was available.
  • The Show That: None.
  • Cardboard Box: The cover to T.E.J. Records' Muskrat Love album.
  • Join Us Next Time: "When I force a homeless man - at gunpoint - to belt out a nice, rousing rendition of Aerosmith's 'Dream On'. Oh, hell, let's just do it right now!"

TriviaEdit

  • When the episode premiered on YouTube, edits were made. Later, the original Blip version was uploaded.

VideoEdit

Oddity Archive Episode 28 - Record Ripoffs22:38

Oddity Archive Episode 28 - Record Ripoffs

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