Once upon a time, there was a video game called "Rock Manager." In it, you made bands and tried to write and record hit songs. This included using 15 second sound loops and trying to make them work together. The songs were fairly catchy, and the different choices available to you meant that each song could go in a very different direction depending on your choice of instruments, singer, and playing styles.
As an experiment back in those heady days of the mid-aughts, I decided to pull all of the different samples out and try to create "full" songs from them. These are the few examples that survived. This included using multiple sample takes and re-producing them, adding new instrumentation at times, and generally turning a 15-second jingle into a perfect slice of pop and beyond.
As a further joke, I gave each song its own band name. I'm like my own Robert Pollard.
But even 15 years later, I still hum almost all of these tracks, so here they are for you.