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Go cop Insane Ian's new VG / pop music parody medley

Apr 23 // Tony Ponce
   @megaStryke

Mess up the mix, mix up the mess!

In case you've forgotten that Destructoid is staffed by beautiful, talented people, let me remind you that we've got artists, singer-songwriters, scientists, and former reality show stars amongst our ranks. We are some gifted motherf*ckers.

One such talent is regular reviewer Ian Bonds, known elsewhere on the Intarwebs as Insane Ian, purveyor of pop parodies with a videogame twist. Ian knows that many of us have short attention spans (look at the kitty!) and can't sit through an entire album's worth of material in one shot, thus he likes to take some of his best songs each year and produce an all-encompassing super medley. He's done four such medleys so far, available as a bundle on Bandcamp for $4.

Ian's latest mix just released today, "The Ultra Epic Video Game Medley IV: Guns of the Last Nightmare New Patriot Revelations," riffs on Motley Crüe's "Shout at the Devil," Hall and Oates' "Maneater," Fallout Boy's "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark," Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe," and others. He's like the Weird Al of videogame nerds! Speaking of Weird Al...

The Epic Video Game Medley Collection [Bandcamp]


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