4 Str 4 Stam Leather Belt?!?

4 Str 4 Stam Leather Belt?!?

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Origins:
“4 Strength 4 Stam Leather Belt” is a sound clip from a World of Warcraft player named Joe. Joe was on a ventrillo server with his guild when VideoCompiler (famous ventrillo harassment maker) hacked into their server. Before VideoCompiler started raping their server, he recorded the voices of everyone else in the server. And one of those voice clips happened to say:“Aw dude four stam four strength leather belt?!? AUGHH! Level eighteen? Ughaughhh”. (The belt he was refrencing was in fact a Forest Leather Belt)

So, like any troll with a right mind would do, replayed that sound and embarrased and annoyed Joe in front of his fellow clanmates. VideoCompiler got banned from the server, and nobody knows what happened to Joe since then. Joe is also known as the “World of Warcraft Nerd”. NOTE: The video below is not the original, as VideoCompiler was also subsequently banned from YouTube for reasons unknown.

Original Video:

Remixes:
This piece of audio was subsequently remixed in various ways, including Audio Manipulation, Remixing, and even IRL tries and mentionings. Audio remixing was the biggest form, changing the audiopiece into something new.

Mario “Here We Go!” Remix:

Tetris Remix:

Rap Remix:

Excitebike Remix:

One Audio Remix, Entitled “Belt, Leather Belt”, became so prolific that it spawned it’s own Alternate Music Video fad. Here is the original video:

Mario Video:

Zelda CD-I Video:

Mario 1-UP Video:

Even other ventrillo harassments were made with the audio:

And real life tributes were made:

YTMNDS:
Even YTMNDs were made in tribute to this
ahhhohhh
leatherbeltalarm
mhleatherbelt
leatherbeltrap
awwdudeez

As you can see in this chart, in 2007, the video’s release, searches for “VideoCompiler” shot up.

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