Friday Fun: UG Top 10 Impossible Collaborations

artist: misc date: 07/13/2012 category: ug news
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Thanks to your votes we've made up this list and, damn, that's a promising one!

First off, thanks to all of you guys for the hilarious comments you've provided in our yesterday's article, hope everyone had fun while reading them. Meanwhile, we've built up the one and only Top 10 of The Most Impossible Music Collaborations for your pleasure and entertainment. So, here we go...

10. Creed And Watain

Why not? Maybe they could talk to each other, have a group hug, become friends.

09. The Beatles And MC Hammer

If they were to perform together, it'd be Maxwell's silver hammer time!

08. Zakk Wylde And Fred Durst

Well, if Zakk sings and Fred plays guitar that would be truly wonderful.

07. Rotting Christ And Dave Mustaine

It's still possible. Theoretically...

06. Cannibal Corpse And Jim Carrey

05. Courtney Love And Dave Grohl

04. Jimi Hendrix with Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Dime, Cliff Burton, Freddie Mercury, Amy Winehouse. Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, John Lennon and George Harrison

Ha! You wish.

03. Anal Cunt And Susan Boyle

The most intriguing thing with this duo would be the name.

02. Cannibal Corpse and The Wiggles

Wonder how their fans should be called cannibal kids?

01. Axl Rose And Slash

That's what we've all been waiting for since around 1993. Maybe petition will help?

P.S. Anyways, it's been a good week, next one will be even better. Good luck everyone, and have a good weekend!

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