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A song by an unnamed band from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
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A song by an unnamed band from the "Kimmy Meets a Drunk Lady!" episode (15 Apr. 2016) of the series ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3339966/reference Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt]''.
  
Kimmy Schmidt and her roommate [[Titus Andromedon]] are members of the Columbia House Tape Club and receive their four cassette tape compilation Now That Sounds Like Music. To quote the liner notes from this collection, "Music Inspired By, But Legally Different From, the Music You Love” Four Tape Compilation"
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Kimmy Schmidt and her roommate [[Titus Andromedon]] are members of the Columbia House Tape Club and receive their four cassette tape compilation ''Now That Sounds Like Music''. To quote the liner notes, it's, "Music inspired by, but legally different from, the music you love."
  
Living's A Toll Road was not attributed to any parody artist.  
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"Living's A Toll Road" was not attributed to any artist.  
  
From the "Kimmy Meets a Drunk Lady!" Episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3339966/reference Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt]
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==See also==
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*[[Shanson]]
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*[[Art Smelly]]
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*[[Kartuna and the Wigs]]
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*[[Dusk Mountie]]
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*[[The Error Car Men]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:11, 25 November 2019

A song by an unnamed band from the "Kimmy Meets a Drunk Lady!" episode (15 Apr. 2016) of the series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Kimmy Schmidt and her roommate Titus Andromedon are members of the Columbia House Tape Club and receive their four cassette tape compilation Now That Sounds Like Music. To quote the liner notes, it's, "Music inspired by, but legally different from, the music you love."

"Living's A Toll Road" was not attributed to any artist.

See also