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- I'm just sayin' ... I have the CD Buster Goes Berserk and it sounds exactly like in the Musicians episode (minus the additional ambience in the episode). --MuppetVJ 06:17, 11 September 2006 (UTC)
- In that case, the only distinction is that the song is lip-synched to a pre-existing record, which is why Danny asked. Of Muppets and Men makes it clear that no full singing performances were done "live." Both the Muppet tracks *and* guest star vocals were laid down in a sound studio. The same goes for the Muppet movies (with exceptions usually noted, like Tim Curry in Muppet Treasure Island, and even then, only Curry's vocals were live). The only potential exception might be Sesame Street, at least in early years. So I'd say either take it out, or explain the difference; otherwise it implies that lip-synching in general is out of the norm for Muppet productions. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 06:24, 11 September 2006 (UTC)