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Robin Thicke & Blurred Lines Under Oath – Bonus Episode

Bonus episode — Robin Thicke’s deposition about Blurred Lines shows he had no role in writing the song. Is this music news or is it just new to those outside the music business?

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Usher & Rihanna: GarageBand’s Greatest Hits

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This week we are talking about something very close to our hearts — GarageBand — coming to you directly from the Studiage. Apple’s GarageBand has made some huge pop hits! In this episode we talk about (and make fun of) all the legal stealing going on from GarageBand’s loops including hits by Usher and Rihanna. Take a listen!

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Shields Brothers Come Standard on ALL New Cars

Listen while you’re driving — from your dashboard — and never miss a Who Stole What? podcast.

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Butt Songs: Nicky Minaj and All About That Bass

Nicki_Minaj_AnacondaNo body part sits on the throne of music more than the butt. Currently there are two songs in the top 10 about butts, Anaconda and All About That Bass.* This week we highlight the biggest butt songs in recent memory and show you the steals behind them (pun intended :).

The history of butts in music … to list just a few …

Nicky Minaj’s Anaconda

Sir Mix-A-Lot’s Baby Got Back

Queen’s Fat Bottom Girls

Destiny Child’s Bootylicious

Trace Adkins’ Honky Tonk Badonkadonk

Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass

Black Eyed Peas’ My Humps

As James Brown said … Get Up Offa That Thing and dance ’til you feel better!

*Thanks to @davidmatheson for his tweet about All About That Bass.

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Like A Virgin, Madonna Steals For The Very First Time

Like a virgin, Madonna steals for the very first time. And then she does it again and again.

In the mid-1980s, a new model for making pop stars started emerging. The person who pioneered that was the fabulous Madonna! She’s a sneaky stealer. What we mean is she copied just enough to make a pop hit but it’s different enough that she doesn’t get sued. Although, she has been sued a lot. We start by talking about her hit song, Vogue.
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Ghostbusters Song Still Stolen 30 Years Later

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Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary is today. Celebrate and watch it this weekend!

Did you know the backstory on the Ghostbuster song? Stolen! We talk about it in our Who Stole What podcast, Stolen Movie Themes. If you to want listen just to the part in the podcast on Ghostbusters, it starts at 8:06.

In 1983, Huey Lewis was asked the theme song for the Ghostbusters movie. The producers wanted something jumpy, modern, pop-py and fun that was represented the spirit of the 80s and the spirit of Ghostbusters. It was right up his alley. The only problem was Lewis was really busy working on another project so he said he couldn’t do it. Listen to the podcast to find out what happened!

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Prince vs Rick James – Stealing Superfreaks

Lots of people have stolen and/or borrowed from Rick James, the Little Richard of the 1980s. Most prominent: Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams, MC Hammer and Prince. Be prepared to get your freak on.

Check out our Who Stole What playlist on Spotify for all the tunes played in this episode. You can also listen to our parody songs on Spotify or get All the Embarassing Hits from iTunes.

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