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303 Records Found

01:24

Fastest Time To Name 40 CDs By The Cure And Their Release Years While Holding Them

Charlie Todd

Charlie Todd named 40 CDs by The Cure and their release years while holding them in one minute, 1.88 seconds. He set the record with his eyes closed. Todd performed the feat 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][]

00:20 United States

Fastest Two-Octave C-Major Scale Played With Pinky Finger

Darmation Kleinfeltz

Andrew L. played a two-octave C-major scale in 5.08 seconds using only his pinky finger.

United States

Fastest Two-Octave C-Major Scale Played With A Tennis Racquet

Royce Allred

Royce A. played a two-octave C-major scale, ascending and descending, with a tennis racquet in 7.28 seconds.

Bulgaria

Longest Album

DeepZoneProject

The Deep Zone Project recorded a self-titled album with a length of eight hours and 41 minutes. Learn more about the feat here.

00:46 Belgium

Most Deftones Songs Named In 30 Seconds

VTKlustrum

VTKlustrum named 36 Deftones songs in 30 seconds.

30:56 United States

Longest Time Dancing While Holding Green Cups

Brooke Baez

Brooke Baez and Gabby Riendeau danced for 30 minutes and 52 seconds while holding green cups.

02:45 Canada

Longest Time To Balance Australian Flag On Chin While Listening To Australia's National Anthem

Doug McManaman

Doug McManaman balanced anAustralian flag on his chin for 54.65 seconds while listening to Australia’s national anthem, "Advance Australia Fair[]."

00:29 United States

Most Pelvic Thrusts While Listening To Rave Music In 30 Seconds

Jake smith

Jake S. completed 87 pelvic thrusts while listening to rave music in 30 seconds.

00:08 France

Fastest Ascending 88-Key Chromatic Scale On A Piano

Hoornaert Nicolas

Hoornaert Nicolas played a chromatic scale on a piano in 6.95 seconds.

04:05 England

Fastest Vocal Rendition Of "Greensleeves"

Michael Kennedy

Michael Kennedy sang all 18 verses of Greensleevesin four minutes and one second. The singer took 13 breaths.

00:46 Australia

Longest Flute Trill

Jonathan Doig

Jonathan D. completed a flute trill that lasted 44.50 seconds.

00:49 United States

Most Times Asking "Where Are My Glasses?" To Someone Tuning A Guitar In 30 Seconds

Mick Cullen

Mick Cullenasked Carl Cutler “Where are my glasses?” 28 times during a live broadcast of WRLR 98.3 FM’sSubterraneanshow in Round Lake Heights, Illinois. This record was one of 16 URDB records broken during the show’s attempt to set a new record for Most URDB World Records Broken During A Live Radio Show[].

02:14 Spain

Fastest Time To Place 19 CDs Back In Their Cases

OtraMovida Records

Otra Movida host Cristina Pedroche placed 19 CDs back in ther original cases in one minute, 8.12 seconds. She placed back the 19 first volumes of the "Otra Movida" music collection by DjValdi.

00:40 United States

Fastest Time To Play 'Mary Had A Little Lamb' On A Baby Piano While Holding A Pomelo In One Hand

Ezra Kanarick

Ezra Kanarick played Mary Had A Little Lamb in 11.30 seconds on a baby piano while holding a pomelo in his non-playing hand.

United States

Most Images Of Justin Bieber Mustached In 10 Seconds

Jack Miles

Jack M. drew marker mustaches on 24 pictures of Justin Bieber in 10 seconds.

27:01 United States

Most 133 BPM Vinyl Mixes In One Hour

Nathaniel Lemieux

Nathaniel Lemieux mixed 86 different tracks at 133 beats per minute (BPM) in one hour. Equipment used: - Techniques turntables - Rane Serato Scratch Live - Pioneer Mixer - Ortofon needles - Shure headphones Artists featured: 7 Milez of Muzic Bill Clawson Breaks_Inc. BYBB tracks Darxid Debonairerecords.com DJ Overdose DOMINANCE ELECTRICITY Dynamixx Prince Egyptian Lover Exzakt FREEK MACHINE ILLEKTROLAB Illektriss Jason*Phonotronics Illusionist Invisible Rockers Greece!! Kounterakt Kyper lucas Maschinen Musik Mike Devious N-ter Crobot crew On da Mike Productions Spacemen \ Trip Theory Tears of Technology The Funk Lab TommyWhodigital.com Vitamin E

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