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31st Mar '18 2:26:44 PM nombretomado
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* One of the more infamous examples of WWE's dubbed-over music was seen in a DVD release of WrestleMania VI where Wrestling/DustyRhodes' entrance theme, "Common Man Boogie", was replaced with the second theme song from the British version of ''Series/WheelOfFortune''. Needless to say, some British WWE fans found amusement by the idea of Dusty and Saphire dancing down to the ring to a game show theme.

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* One of the more infamous examples of WWE's dubbed-over music was seen in a DVD release of WrestleMania Wrestling/WrestleMania VI where Wrestling/DustyRhodes' entrance theme, "Common Man Boogie", was replaced with the second theme song from the British version of ''Series/WheelOfFortune''. Needless to say, some British WWE fans found amusement by the idea of Dusty and Saphire dancing down to the ring to a game show theme.
23rd Jan '18 5:02:40 AM Cryoclaste
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* Any time insert songs were used in ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', about half of them were replaced for the show's DVD releases with generic music. These edits went into the reruns on {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}, The N[=/=]Creator/TeenNick, Creator/ABCFamily, and TheHub.

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* Any time insert songs were used in ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', about half of them were replaced for the show's DVD releases with generic music. These edits went into the reruns on {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}, The N[=/=]Creator/TeenNick, Creator/ABCFamily, and TheHub.Creator/TheHub.
30th Dec '17 10:12:44 AM JudasZala
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* In the HD Remaster of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny'', Music/TMRevolution's song, "Vestige", was replaced in episode 39 by "Kira, Sono Kokoro no Mama ni" ("Kira, Just as He Pleases"/"Kira, True to His Feelings") during Strike Freedom's first sortie.
9th Dec '17 11:46:10 AM nombretomado
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* The ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' episode "Dirty Pranking No. 2", does a ''DirtyDancing'' parody and uses "(I've Had) the Time of My Life" as part of that parody. Reportedly, the songwriter was infuriated at seeing his song used in this fashion and refused to negotiate video rights to it. The DVD version of the episode replaces it with an original song making fun of the situation.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' episode "Dirty Pranking No. 2", does a ''DirtyDancing'' ''Film/DirtyDancing'' parody and uses "(I've Had) the Time of My Life" as part of that parody. Reportedly, the songwriter was infuriated at seeing his song used in this fashion and refused to negotiate video rights to it. The DVD version of the episode replaces it with an original song making fun of the situation.
22nd Nov '17 5:02:57 PM nombretomado
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** "VideoGame/{{Super Mario Bros|1}} BGM Medley" from ''VideoGame/PopNMusic 14 FEVER!'' was not included in the [=PS2=] port of ''FEVER!'', for [[Creator/{{Nintendo}} obvious]] [[ConsoleWars reasons]].

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** "VideoGame/{{Super Mario Bros|1}} BGM Medley" from ''VideoGame/PopNMusic 14 FEVER!'' was not included in the [=PS2=] port of ''FEVER!'', for [[Creator/{{Nintendo}} obvious]] [[ConsoleWars [[UsefulNotes/ConsoleWars reasons]].
7th Oct '17 3:59:24 PM nombretomado
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* On the VHS release of ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreetPart2FreddysRevenge'', tracked-in music from Christopher Young's score replaces BingCrosby's version of "Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?" over the end credits.

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* On the VHS release of ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreetPart2FreddysRevenge'', tracked-in music from Christopher Young's score replaces BingCrosby's Music/BingCrosby's version of "Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?" over the end credits.
23rd Sep '17 12:55:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/CrazyTaxi'''s PC, PSN and XBLA adaptations lack the tracks from BadReligion and TheOffspring that the arcade[=/GameCube/=]Dreamcast editions had; the PC edition has tracks from other punk bands while the PSN and XBLA versions use original scoring. The 2012 iOS/2013 Android releases resecured the rights to these songs, though (But plays the full versions of the songs).

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* ''VideoGame/CrazyTaxi'''s PC, PSN and XBLA adaptations lack the tracks from BadReligion Music/BadReligion and TheOffspring Music/TheOffspring that the arcade[=/GameCube/=]Dreamcast editions had; the PC edition has tracks from other punk bands while the PSN and XBLA versions use original scoring. The 2012 iOS/2013 Android releases resecured the rights to these songs, though (But plays the full versions of the songs).
27th Aug '17 6:04:49 AM ChivalrousFamily
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* The DVD versions of a few ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episodes have some tracks replaced, most notably in the episode "Employee of the Month", when Spongebob is spying on Squidward, "Agent Woodrow" by The Woodies is replaced with "Hercule Poirot" by Gerhard Trede. Oddly, they are not edited on the iTunes version.
23rd Aug '17 12:59:34 PM SkaroManiac
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* One of the more infamous examples of WWE's dubbed-over music was seen in a DVD release of WrestleMania VI where Wrestling/DustyRhodes' entrance theme, "Common Man Boogie", was replaced with the second theme song from the British version of ''WheelOfFortune''. Needless to say, some British WWE fans found amusement by the idea of Dusty and Saphire dancing down to the ring to a game show theme.

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* One of the more infamous examples of WWE's dubbed-over music was seen in a DVD release of WrestleMania VI where Wrestling/DustyRhodes' entrance theme, "Common Man Boogie", was replaced with the second theme song from the British version of ''WheelOfFortune''.''Series/WheelOfFortune''. Needless to say, some British WWE fans found amusement by the idea of Dusty and Saphire dancing down to the ring to a game show theme.
23rd Aug '17 12:47:38 PM SkaroManiac
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* One of the more infamous examples of WWE's dubbed-over music was seen in a DVD release of WrestleMania VI where Wrestling/DustyRhodes' entrance theme, "Common Man Boogie", was replaced with the second theme song from the British version of ''WheelOfFortune''. Needless to say, some British WWE fans found amusement by the idea of Dusty and Saphire dancing down to the ring to a game show theme.
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