I’ve said this before and it’s worth noting again: I’ve hated — f*cking HATED — “Blurred Lines” from the first time I heard it. Further, Robin Thicke has always struck me as a bit of a douche — ever before his “performance” with Miley Cyrus at the VMAs — so that hasn’t helped the song’s chances of growing on me.
Conversely, I LOVE Sanford & Son, and its theme song will never not make me happy upon hearing it. For that reason David Scott has created probably the only version of “Blurred Lines” I’ll ever enjoy.
I can’t hear “Blurred Lines” without thinking of the “Sanford and Son” theme. And now, neither can you. :) Most of the work in this one was speed altering and looping the Sanford theme. The Thicke audio was so sparse to begin with, all I was to do was add my new layer of Sanford audio over the released version.
Also, Fred Sanford’s dancing in this is quite great. Enjoy!
(Via Laughing Squid)
I want more like this!
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