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you ve got the right one baby

Quote by Kurt Vonnegut: “Hello babies. Welcome to Earth. Its hot in the...”

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The tag-phrase of the song included the words "Uh Huh! Another songwriter penned a composition with the same tag-line, and unsuccessfully attempted to receive credit for the commercial. Prince's recording of his track 'Uh Huh' has often led to the mistaken belief that Prince wrote the jingle used in the commercials. But the song was written by Diet Pepsi creative director Alfred Merrin and jingle writer Peter Cofield, who tried to tailor the catchphrase "the right one" to Ray Charles' delivery and consequently added "baby". Charles' backing singers The Raelettes then added "Uh huh" after playing around with other two-syllable alternatives, such as "doo-woo".

The tag-phrase of the song included the words "Uh Huh! Another songwriter penned a composition with the same tag-line, and unsuccessfully attempted to receive credit for the commercial. Prince's recording of his track 'Uh Huh' has often led to the mistaken belief that Prince wrote the jingle used in the commercials. But the song was written by Diet Pepsi creative director Alfred Merrin and jingle writer Peter Cofield, who tried to tailor the catchphrase "the right one" to Ray Charles' delivery and consequently added "baby". Charles' backing singers The Raelettes then added "Uh huh" after playing around with other two-syllable alternatives, such as "doo-woo". The commercials themselves played on the parodies. One series of commercials showed people who opened cans of Diet Pepsi being thanked by Ray Charles and his backup singers with an "uh huh" or the occasion "uh uh" for people who drank diet sodas from rival companies.

The collection, designed by licensee Ripple Junction features imagery of the late music legend, Ray Charles and is representative of the award winning advertising campaign. Launched in the early 's, the "You Got The Right One Baby" campaign, featuring 11 commercials over 3 years, put Pepsi on the leading edge of pop culture. Current designs are authentic to the merchandise that originally launched in conjunction with the campaign in the early '90s and incorporates the Diet Pepsi logo, Ray Charles images, the "Uh-huh" girls and the iconic tagline. The nostalgic appeal also aligns with the current Pepsi Throwback beverage line, which offers vintage Pepsi packaging from the '70s and '80s and a real sugar blast from the past taste. Select t-shirt styles are currently available at Urban Outfitters retail locations and online, Kitson retail locations and online, and on Pepsi's ecommerce shop shop. Kitson's Robertson and Melrose locations in Los Angeles will feature an exclusive Pepsi Throwback window promotion for two weeks starting July 16th and for an additional two weeks at the Santa Monica location starting August 1st.

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5 thoughts on “Quote by Kurt Vonnegut: “Hello babies. Welcome to Earth. Its hot in the...”

  1. "You Got the Right One, Baby, Uh Huh" was a popular slogan for Pepsico's Diet Pepsi brand in the United States and Canada from to A series of.

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