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“If you dont have anything good to say, say it often” Ed the Sock – Fromage 2014

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Once upon a time there was a music station called MuchMusic and it filled the airwaves with music videos good, bad or indifferent. Luckily we had a savior in the form of the foul-mouthed Ed the Sock. His annual highlight reel was called Fromage, an hour long biting commentary on all the videos that made their way to be broadcast on the nation’s music station.

So the year is 2014, and although Ed the Sock no longer permiates the airwaves of our nation’s music staion, neither do music videos. But if you’ve ever wondered what became of Ed the Sock and Fromage, wonder no longer as he has found a home on the interweb. Plug your nose, prepare to laugh as you’re treated to Fromage 2014, where Ed the sock will regail you with, in his own words, true Candian music videos, dirtbag Robin Thicke, lab grown Ariana Grande and much, much more.

It is with great thanks to Metaleater.com, we present to you Ed the Sock’s worst music videos of 2014.

Enjoy, and we totally weren’t kidding about his biting commentary or foul mouth.

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