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soundalike

(ˈsaʊndəˌlaɪk)
n
a. a person or thing that sounds like another, often well-known, person or thing
b. (as modifier): a soundalike band.

sound•a•like

(ˈsaʊnd əˌlaɪk)

n.
one that sounds like another.
[1965–70]
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Expect all the hits from the Baby, Ginger, Posh, Scary and Sporty soundalikes.
The Fake Festival stopped off in the borough on Saturday with soundalikes wowing the crowds for just a fraction of the price you'd pay for a ticket to see the real deal.
A quartet of Beatle-ish vulture soundalikes place the picture squarely in the Swinging 60s, as does the free-form animation.
There's never a dull moment - and plenty of crazy ones - as Harry (left) introduces more bizarre sketches and ordinary people with extraordinary talents who become celebrity soundalikes.
The Greatest are also the only Take That tribute to feature the leading soundalikes to Gary Barlow and Mark Owen, in addition to incorporating UK's number one Robbie Williams tribute artist Millennium into the group.
The first half of the concert was almost a Rat Pack tribute, with a trio of Frank Sinatra (David Alacey, the show producer), Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr soundalikes delivering a few of the old favourites.
SREE is the 2-1 favourite to be the next BB housemate to be evicted after soundalikes Saffia and Sophia departed within 24 hours, writes Phil Agius.
Battalions Of Steel, Demon Sweeney Todd and Valley Of The Kings are shameless Iron Maiden soundalikes, Live To Rock sounds like a dodgy AC/DC tribute band, and Premonition In D Minor (how can you take anything with a title like that seriously?
THEATRE: The Show They Never Gave features the best soundalikes of rock 'n' roll legends including Roy Orbison and Gene Pitney up against the real thing - Philadelphia guitarist Charlie Gracie, who returns to the Liverpool stage after more than 50 years.
The CPL team roped in XFM Breakfast outfit The AMs, Kraftwerk soundalikes The Microsluts and electro-housers Salon Boris for the job.
Voxworks Technologies' system creates voice soundalikes, in a process right out of the recent techno-satire "Simone," where Al Pacino's character uses sophisticated computer tools to create a digital actress.
Stewart Duff, who plays Presley, will compete against soundalikes of Robbie Williams, "played" by Gary Bayley from Caernarfon, Noel Gallagher and Tina Turner in the 14th final of the hit show on ITV1.