"WEREWOLVES OF LONDON" [KIDZ BOP HALLOWEEN PARTY, 2010] | The Kidz Bop production team has improved considerably since the early days, but the music still usually sounds like karaoke backing tracks. They blow it on "Thriller" and "Time Warp," but somehow they nail "Werewolves" — these guys made two smarmy kids dueting on a novelty cover sound like a Dr. Luke track or something (Dr. Luke sucks, but it's still impressive).

"WHIP MY HAIR" [KIDZ BOP 20, 2011] | Kidz Bop culminates in this sinister ouroboros: hiring kids to record a kid-friendly version of a kid-friendly song originally recorded by a kid.

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