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Stingtones Will Be A Billion-Dollar Industry

Unless we all just torrent them.

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    Sting appeared on The Tonight Show last week and Jimmy Fallon played some common ringtones for the legendary singer-songwriter. He gave his own Stingy (with a hard "g") renditions of these ringtones, which I guarantee people would actually pay 99 cents for if given the chance.

    During his appearance, Sting also recorded the outgoing voicemail message for a Hungarian guy, who seemed confused by Sting's appearance. (I'm guessing it's because, in Hungary, when this guy grew up, "The Police" was something much more threatening.)

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