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    This page is related to the VHS Revolution home system which is an idea by Raichu's Endless Nights. Details about it are likely still being worked on.

    Ready, Steady, Sleep (stylised as Ready Steady Sleep in the logo) is a compilation movie released on VHS Revolution and DVD. It's similar to fitness/workout videos, but instead of encouraging the viewer to exercise, it's intended to be a sleeping and relaxation aid. There's no specific plot - instead the runtime consists of various logos, warning screens, and selected clips, all of which are toned down or tweaked to fit the purpose of relaxing the viewer.

    List of things used (incomplete)

    These are all adjusted to fit the tone of the movie, with the exception of the first as it was made for it in the first place

    • Midnight Wishes Video Classics
    • Vapor Home Video
    • MTC Video (joke variant)
    • Paramount Warning screen (end VHS variant)
    • Paramount DVD logo (uses the song Freezeflame Galaxy from Super Mario Galaxy)
    • Various warning screens, many of the foreign ones seen at the end of Warner Home Video DVDs
    • UGC, Irish Video, Videolab and ABCollection from Denmark
    • Clips of videos where people talk about things. These include speedrunning (of NES games and Mario Kart, and also about people cheating speedrunning) lost media, an iceberg video about Super Mario 64, the less scary anomalies/personalisation of the same game, the downfall of a mean YouTuber, etc.
    • Foreign dub clips of cartoons. SpongeBob is the most used.

    The DVD known as the 'Storm City Demo' was also used as source. This is where the Paramount warning screen and DVD logos are from, as well as something else.

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