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Our favorite rock vocals instructor is back, teaching his apprentice Christopher how to sing the word "may." We think these two should have their own sitcom. See more of Christopher on the FFF Vol 4 DVD.
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Found at a thrift store in Sacramento, this DVD is an instructional video put out by an Elvis impersonator to train other Elvis impersonators, who take it very seriously. Here, he offers pointers on how to keep your f...
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A bonus clip from this DVD on how to sing rock & roll, featured in FFF Vol. 4. We love the gentle host with the wisp of cotton candy hair. Found at Second Best Thrift Store in Queens, NY.
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Billed as "The World's First Nude Pop Video," this 1983 music video took the bold step of combining New Wave music with blurry pictures of half-naked ladies. Found on an obscure British softcore tape called "Vision X....
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A heavy metal guitar instructional video starring an Owen Wilson-looking rocker named Doug Marks, as featured in FFF: Vol. 4. Is there anything more rockin' than over-explaining your shipping policies?
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This is a trailer we cut for a forgotten 1980s sex comedy we turned up on VHS. "Computer Beach Party" features poorly-dubbed dialogue, a naive understanding of how computers work and two musical performances by heavy ...
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From Kathie Lee's Rockin' Tots Cafe, a short-lived rip-off of Pee-Wee's Playhouse (what parent would buy this for their kid?!). Warning: This physically hurts to watch.
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The Musign Theatre Group, a troupe of deaf actors and dancers, released this 1983 video in which they attempted to interpret modern music for hearing and non-hearing folks alike. We're guessing both demographics were ...
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In this 1993 video, "Greatest Hits of the Bible," singer Tom Nance belts out a catchy tune about Adam and Eve while mugging to the camera. We could have done without the flesh-colored leotard.
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A shoddily animated rapping Santa Claus tells us how Santa travels when he's not in his sleigh. Namely, in a jet ski, a Corvette and a backhoe.
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Meet Larry Pierce: a small-town factory worker and family man who happens to be the raunchiest country music singer in America. "Dirty Country," the feature-length documentary, is now available on DVD and digital down...
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After the success of the "Superbowl Shuffle" by the 1986 Chicago Bears, every sports team tried to cash in with its own music video. Joe Montana, Jerry Rice and the rest of the 1989 49ers tried their best to recapture...
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Hip-hop was born on the streets of the Bronx but was quickly co-opted by white kids in the suburbs, corporations, sitcom stars, pregnant ladies, Jewish mothers and Christian pirates. Featuring Blazin Hazen, Alyssa Mil...
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This mysterious video from the mid-80s features a man who looks like a professional heavy metal singer but sings like a street performer you'd give a quarter to out of pity. Here, Nicki Rose sings what we're calling h...
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We found this instructional video, "Superchops 4 Bass with Beaver Felton," in Toronto and have been enamored with bass guitar guru Beaver Felton ever since. Here, he explains his finger exercise techniques in a car th...
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In this New York Mets video, baseball great Mookie Wilson sings a song about believing in yourself. Inexplicably, it features football, cigarettes, and scientists.
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From the people who brought you the ultra-catchy "I Gotta Go!" comes this Caribbean-influenced potty training ditty, complete with crude animation.
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From "Stairway to Stardom," the greatest public access show in the history of television, this dance routine by Lola Perazzo is nothing short of stunning. The leotard could have left more to the imagination, but every...
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This clip is from a tape made in a "Video Portrait Studio" kiosk (typically found in malls and theme parks in the 90s) where participants lip sync and dance to a song of their choice. This guy brought his rabbit puppet.
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The irrepressibly plucky Werner Zotter, a.k.a. "The Cowboy From Vienna," broadcasts on cable access TV in Austin, Texas. The man can play a mean accordion.
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Today we honor the memory of America's brave men and women who fight in the Marines, Air Force, and Navy. Sorry Army. If Frank Woehrle had recorded a song for the Army, we would've honored you too.
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Happy Mother's Day! One of the earliest videos in the FFF collection (circa 1992), Mr. T's "Be Somebody...Or Be Somebody's Fool" remains an all-time classic. Here, T intervenes in a diss battle by breaking into a rap ...
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If you thought there was no dumber idea than the Pet Rock then buckle up for the Pet Rock music video. We love this video but could have done without the racially insensitive portrayal of the "black" rocks.
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Nothing quite says "Easter" like a lip synching cowboy superimposed over small town parade footage. Keep your eyes peeled for the editor's clever barb at our greedy government and a bear driving a bulldozer.