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The 10 weirdest bits of band merch money can buy

This weekend, Britpop legends Blur have unveiled their own range of ice-cream. The Magic Whip - also the title of their recent number one album will be available at Co-Op stores and on the band's upcoming UK tour. 

If you think the idea of a Blur-branded dessert is weird, wait until you take a look at our gallery.

We've collated all the hard stuff - the toilet seat covers, coffins and "special blankets" that bear your favourite band's name.

And you thought they only did t-shirts...

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