Video: The much-loved song the Cantina Band performs in A New Hope is undoubtedly a catchy earworm, but Eclectic Method's latest toe-tapper turns all of the Star Wars movies into a thumping house remix we'd love to dance along to at the club - or, more likely, in our cars on the way to work.
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In a rare instance of a record company doing the right thing, Sony became the first major label to legalise unofficial remixes and DJ mixes. It isn't like DJs were ever going to stop borrowing copyrighted samples for remixes. Remixes can't be stopped! But now, finally, you're going to start seeing more remixes on Spotify and Apple Music.
The Star Wars franchise has some of the most iconic and recognisable sound effects, from the whoosh of a lightsaber to the bleeps and bloops of R2-D2. So it's no surprise that musician Eclectic Method has returned to this wonderful pool of sonic samples to create yet another catchy track you'll be playing on repeat for the rest of the day.
Video: Luc Besson's The Fifth Element is second only to Caddyshack as the most quotable film of all time. And after listening to Eclectic Method's latest remix where he re-assembles the sci-fi classic into another catchy earworm, you'll be unwittingly singing "multi-pass" for hours.
Video: It's only May, but there's a good chance we've already found our song of the winter. Eclectic Method is back with another pop culture mashup, but this time he's created an incredibly catchy drum and bass earworm by painstakingly assembling the sounds of video game weapons being fired and reloaded.
Video: Have you ever found yourself listening to some classic '70s funk, rock or disco and suddenly recognised a portion of the song you swear you've heard elsewhere? As YouTube's Daftworld reveals, it was probably in a Daft Punk track, given the duo's almost bizarrely impressive ability to turn classic samples into electro hits.