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Spence's Best Parody Songs of 2018: IKEA

Every Friday at 8:05, througout the year, Spence debuted a new "Song of the Week." Sometimes it would be an original song but some of the most viewed songs of the week were parodies of some of 98.5 KLUC's biggest artists. Yes, we all have, somehow, gotten lost in an IKEA. It's only been a couple of...
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2018 in Two Minutes

From Thai kids stuck in a cave to Justin Bieber getting married to the Philadelphia Eagles winning Super Bowl 52 to a billion dollar Mega Millions jackpot, Spence covers it all in around two minutes. Using R.E.M's classic, "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)," here's "It's...
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Spence's Best Parody Songs of 2018: Youngblood

Every Friday at 8:05, througout the year, Spence debuted a new "Song of the Week." Sometimes it would be an original song but some of the most viewed songs of the week were parodies of some of 98.5 KLUC's biggest artists. For Halloween, he mixed a little "vampire musical" with 3SOS' smash "...
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Spence's Best Parody Songs of 2018: Bad at Math

Throughout 2018, every Friday at 8:05, Spence debuted a new "Song of the Week." Sometimes it would be an original song but some of the most viewed songs of the week were parodies of some of 98.5 KLUC's biggest artists. For all we know Halsey is really good at long division. We don't know. In her...
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Spence's Best Parody Songs of 2018: Gotta Pee

Throughout 2018, every Friday at 8:05, Spence debuted a new "Song of the Week." Sometimes it would be an original songs but some of the most viewed songs of the week were parodies of some of 98.5 KLUC's biggest artists. At #4, a tale that we have all told. When you gotta go, you gotta go. With a...
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Spence's Best Parody Songs of 2018: Pervy

Throughout 2018, every Friday at 8:05, Spence debuted a new "Song of the Week." Sometimes it would be an original songs but some of the most viewed songs of the week were parodies from some of 98.5 KLUC's biggest artists. Checking in at #5, a parody of Ed Sheeran's "Perfect." In an era of #metoo,...
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Frosty the Snowperson

The song "Frosty the Snowman" was first released 68 years ago. It was a simpler time. A time before the world knew of global warming. Today the song might be called "Frosty the Puddleman." Ya know, cuz of warming temperatures...anyway. It was okay, back in 1950, to have a snow dude running around...
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He's Santa Ooh Na Na

With Christmas approaching fast, it was time for a new song about jolly old St. Nick. Sure, "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," and "Here Comes Santa Claus" are classics but they were first recorded in 1934 and 1947 respectively. Your guy Spence has come to the rescue with a parody of Camila Cabello's...
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Celebrate Spencemas with New Spencemas Music

Every year in honor of my birthday, commonly known as Spencemas, I release a brand new album of Spencemas songs. This year is no different. Hear my latest collections in honor of my birth titled, "Drunkle Spence Comes to Dinner." These autobiographical tracks tell the story of me, Spence, and what...
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Wreck the Malls: The Black Friday Song

Every year, it seems, the highlight reel from Black Friday looks like a UFC fight. Man, you just have to get one of those discounted doorbuster LED TVs right. No one is going to stand in your way. Spence captures that with his Song of the Week, "Wreck the Malls."
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