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United States

Most Consecutive #1 Billboard Hit Songs On One CD

Larry Colucci

Larry Colucci put 86 consecutive #1 Billboard songs on a single CD. Beginning with “House Of The Rising Sun” by The Animals, he selected the #1 hits from September 5, 1964 to June 1, 1968. The last song on the CD is Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson”.

United States

Most Consecutive Listens To "Hocus Pocus" By Focus

Jesse Brightman

Jesse Brightman listened to the song Hocus Pocus by Focus nine times in a row.

04:59 United States

Most Consecutive Table Tennis Volleys While Listening To 'Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)'

Joe Schuman

Joe Schuman and Ned Wilson volleyed a table tennis ball back and forth 352 consecutive times while listening to Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song) by Enrique Iglesias. They completed a total of 403 but the last 51 attempts were completed after the song ended.

05:31

Most Costume Changes While Listening To Lady Gaga's 'Bad Romance'

Brandy Crawford

Brandy Crawford changed into 15 different costumes while listening to ’Bad Romance’by Lady Gaga. Crawford set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. [#WRAS18][] tag:RecordSetterBook01

South Korea

Most Coughs While Listening To "Let It Go"

Frederic Raahauge

Frederic R. coughed 81 times while listening to Let It Go.

00:51 England

Most Current Heads Of State Named To The Tune Of 'Mamma Mia' In 30 Seconds

Andrew Bailey

Andrew Bailey sang 16 current heads of state to the tune of ABBA’s Mamma Mia in 30 seconds. Bailey set the record on theThe Christian O’Connell Breakfast Show[].

13:14 United States

Most Disney Music Videos Watched On YouTube

Dylan Moloney

Dylan Moloney watched five Disney music videos on YouTube.

01:04 England

Most Eminem Songs Named In 15 Seconds While Eating M&M's

Paul (Pabs) Melia

Paul's friend, Leah, named 11 Eminem songs in 15 seconds while eating M&M's. She set the record at Redi X, a youth project for teenagers in Bootle, UK.

03:23 United States

Most Family Members Singing The "Penguin" Campfire Song

Clare Brooks

Clare Brooks and 28 of her family members sang the Penguin campfire song. They set the record for her older sister's 30th birthday at their summer family vacation in Door County, Wisconsin.

00:31 Canada

Most Fish Named In A 30-Second Rap

Twisted Enemy

Twisted Enemy named 69 fishes in a 30-second rap song.

02:28 United States

Most Fortune Cookie Sayings Recited In Two Minutes Over A Live, Self-Generated Soundtrack

Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts said 12 fortune cookie sayings in two minutes over a live, self-generated soundtrack. Watts created a live, looping multi-track vocal beat using only his mouth before he began the sayings. The record was set at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. [#WRAS12][]#celebpick

02:39 United States

Most Gaither Vocal Band Songs Named In 30 Seconds

Paul Van Sickle

Radio host Paul Van Sickle named 35 Gaither Vocal Band songs in 30 seconds, a world record. Van Sickle noted the songs were all written by Bill and/or Gloria Gaither. The feat was performed on July 13, 2009 on the Great Getting Up In The Morning Show[] on KCWJ in Kansas City, Missouri. Mark Van Sickle was present as a witness.

03:08 United States

Most Games Of Tic-Tac-Toe Played Against Self While Listening To 'The Greatest American Hero' Theme Song

Mick Cullen

This record was one of seven records Cullen set while setting the record for Most URDB World Records Broken In 10 Minutes.

00:30 United States

Most Grateful Dead Songs Named In 30 Seconds

Tai Star

Tai Star named 26 songs written and/or performed by the Grateful Dead in 30 seconds.

01:01 United States

Most Grateful Dead Songs Named In One Minute

Tai Star

Tai Star named 39 songs the Grateful Dead have written and/or performed in one minute.

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