This isn't the first time Rednex have attempted to push the sellout envelope significantly past its logical boundaries. A few years back, they made headlines by trying to foist the whole shebang on some wealthy rube:

"In 2007 the owners of Rednex put the whole band and trademark up for sale on eBay for $1,500,000, although no sale was finalized. In January 2012 Rednex dissolved the concept of a permanent band and thereby allowed room for a more flexible band structure and paved the way for future franchising opportunities."

I can't imagine why they didn't attract a buyer. Who in their right mind wouldn't choose owning the band Rednex over having a million and a half dollars?


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