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* HeAlsoDid: Jay and James produced and co-wrote Fefe Dobson's entire first album.

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* HeAlsoDid: Jay and James produced and co-wrote Fefe Dobson's entire first album.debut SelfTitledAlbum, as well as "Get Down" for the BoyBand [=b4-4=].


* {{Defictionalization}}: For a time, searching for www.nevergetoveryou.com would redirect one to a page on the band's official website. Both are now defunct. The concert setup for the "www.nevergetoveryou" video eventually became the band's real-life tour setup, with Jay and James performing in-character as Simon & Milo atop giant busts of the characters.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: {{Defictionalization}}
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For a time, searching for www.nevergetoveryou.com would redirect one to a page on the band's official website. Both are now defunct. defunct.
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The concert setup for the "www.nevergetoveryou" video eventually became the band's real-life tour setup, with Jay and James performing in-character as Simon & Milo atop giant busts of the characters.


** While the topic of "www.nevergetoveryou" remains topical in an age of social networking, the title grows more and more dated as the internet becomes less of a spectacle and websites are succeeded by apps.

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** While the topic lyrics of "www.nevergetoveryou" remains remain topical in an age of social networking, networking and online dating, the title grows more and more dated as the internet becomes less of a spectacle and websites are succeeded by apps.


* HeAlsoDid: Jay and James helped pen "Everything" and "Bye Bye Boyfriend" for Fefe Dobson.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted with the albums, which are all on iTunes, but played straight with the music video compilation "Simon & Milo present Prozzäk's Hot Show" and the b-side "DJ-J-Vox," which was only ever released on the band's Website/MySpace page.

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* HeAlsoDid: Jay and James helped pen "Everything" produced and "Bye Bye Boyfriend" for co-wrote Fefe Dobson.
Dobson's entire first album.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted with the albums, which are all on iTunes, but played straight with the KeepCirculatingTheTapes
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music video compilation "Simon & Milo present Prozzäk's Hot Show" has never been released on DVD. Bits of it are often found floating around Website/YouTube.
** "DJ-J-Vox"
and the b-side "DJ-J-Vox," which was it's remix were only ever released on the band's Website/MySpace page.



* TechnologyMarchesOn: The lyrics of "Sleep With Myself" describe intimacy being lost in the digital age with "fax machines" and "computer screens." Email made fax machines obsolete within a couple years of the song's release and while we still use personal computers, a more appropriate lyric now might be "cell phone screens."
* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Zig-zagged with "www.nevergetoveryou." It's title was a ''painfully'' blatant attempt to cash on the then-recent mainstream acceptance of the internet and these days, nobody types "www" into their browser anymore," but that's it. The lyrical content, however, has aged surprisingly well in the age of social networking.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: "Get A Clue" and ''Ready Ready Set Go'' were a prototype for a Simon & Milo cartoon on Creator/DisneyChannel. It got scrapped when Jason Levine and Disney clashed over [[AnimationAgeGhetto what they considered "age appropriate" for Disney's core audience]].

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: TechnologyMarchesOn
**
The lyrics of "Sleep With Myself" describe intimacy being lost in the digital age with "fax machines" and "computer screens." Email made fax machines obsolete within a couple years of being mentioned in the song's release and while we still use personal computers, a more appropriate lyric now might be "cell phone screens."
* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Zig-zagged with
same breath as computers.
** While the topic of
"www.nevergetoveryou." It's title was a ''painfully'' blatant attempt to cash on the then-recent mainstream acceptance of the internet and these days, nobody types "www" into their browser anymore," but that's it. The lyrical content, however, has aged surprisingly well nevergetoveryou" remains topical in the an age of social networking.
networking, the title grows more and more dated as the internet becomes less of a spectacle and websites are succeeded by apps.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: "Get A Clue" and Simon & Milo cartoon was planned for Creator/DisneyChannel in the early 2000s, with ''Ready Ready Set Go'' were a prototype and the band's title song for a Simon & Milo cartoon on Creator/DisneyChannel. It got scrapped when the channel's MadeForTVMovie ''Film/GetAClue'' testing the waters with their audience. However, Jason Levine and Disney clashed wound up clashing with executives over [[AnimationAgeGhetto what they considered "age appropriate" for Disney's core audience]].audience]] and the project fell through.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted with the albums, which are all on iTunes, but played straight with the music video compilation "Simon & Milo present Prozzäk's Hot Show" and the b-side "DJ-J-Vox," which was only ever released on the band's MySpace page.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted with the albums, which are all on iTunes, but played straight with the music video compilation "Simon & Milo present Prozzäk's Hot Show" and the b-side "DJ-J-Vox," which was only ever released on the band's MySpace Website/MySpace page.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: The lyrics of "Sleep With Myself" describe intimacy being lost in the digital age with "fax machines" and "computer screens." Email made fax machines obsolete within a couple years of the song's release and while we still use personal computers, a more appropriate lyric now might be "cell phone screens."

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* NoBudget: It's clear from the designs of the album, the LimitedAnimation in the "Love Me Tinder" video and the minimal production that ''Forever 1999'' was more a passion project by the band than an investment by a major label.


* FakeBrit: The Cockney-accented Simon is voiced by the Canadian Jason Levine.

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* FakeBrit: The Cockney-accented Simon is voiced FakeNationality: A pop duo consisting of a Brit and a [[WhatTheHellIsThatAccent vaguely Eastern-Europian guy]], as portrayed by the Canadian Jason Levine.two Canadians.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: "Get A Clue" and ''Ready Ready Set Go'' were a prototype for a Simon & Milo cartoon on DisneyChannel. It got scrapped when Jason Levine and Disney clashed over [[AnimationAgeGhetto what they considered "age appropriate" for Disney's core audience]].

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: "Get A Clue" and ''Ready Ready Set Go'' were a prototype for a Simon & Milo cartoon on DisneyChannel.Creator/DisneyChannel. It got scrapped when Jason Levine and Disney clashed over [[AnimationAgeGhetto what they considered "age appropriate" for Disney's core audience]].


* {{Defictionalization}}: For a time, searching for www.nevergetoveryou.com would redirect one to a page on the band's official website. Both are now defunct.
** The concert setup for the "www.nevergetoveryou" video eventually became the band's real-life tour setup, with Jay and James performing in-character as Simon & Milo atop giant busts of the characters.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: For a time, searching for www.nevergetoveryou.com would redirect one to a page on the band's official website. Both are now defunct.
**
defunct. The concert setup for the "www.nevergetoveryou" video eventually became the band's real-life tour setup, with Jay and James performing in-character as Simon & Milo atop giant busts of the characters.



* OfficialFanSubmittedContent: The verses for "Infatuation" were written by a contest winner.
** The single cover for "Baby I Need Your Love (Pussy Cat)" and the animations counting down the days to it's release on Facebook were created by a different contest winner.

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* OfficialFanSubmittedContent: OfficialFanSubmittedContent:
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The verses for "Infatuation" were written by a contest winner.
** The single cover for "Baby I Need Your Love (Pussy Cat)" and the animations counting down the days to it's its release on Facebook were created by a different contest winner.



* WriteWhatYouKnow: Jason Levine. "Everything that happened to Simon happened to me."

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* WriteWhatYouKnow: WriteWhatYouKnow:
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Jason Levine. "Everything that happened to Simon happened to me."

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** The single cover for "Baby I Need Your Love (Pussy Cat)" and the animations counting down the days to it's release on Facebook were created by a different contest winner.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: "Get A Clue" and ''Ready Ready Set Go'' were intended to be a pilot for a Simon & Milo television show on DisneyChannel. It got scrapped when Jason Levine and Disney clashed over [[AnimationAgeGhetto what they considered "age appropriate" for Disney's core audience]].

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: "Get A Clue" and ''Ready Ready Set Go'' were intended to be a pilot prototype for a Simon & Milo television show cartoon on DisneyChannel. It got scrapped when Jason Levine and Disney clashed over [[AnimationAgeGhetto what they considered "age appropriate" for Disney's core audience]].


* HeAlsoDid: Jay and James helped pen "Everything" and "Bye Bye Boyfriend" for Fefe Dobson. The chorus for the latter sounds like Simon should be singing it.

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* HeAlsoDid: Jay and James helped pen "Everything" and "Bye Bye Boyfriend" for Fefe Dobson. The chorus for the latter sounds like Simon should be singing it.

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* WordOfGod: Jason Levine claims that Simon lacks a neck so that there can be [[ShootTheShaggyDog one more thing burdening him]].


* MythologyGag: The band's independent label, Left Hook Music, was named for an incident during Jay & James's stint in The Philosopher Kings in which Jay made an off-colored remark and James gave him a much-deserved left hook to the chin.

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