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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