Yeah, no, that's not lawful. Whether you infringe a copyright to make money or infringe a copyright just for the fun of it is irrelevant. Infringement is infringement. For which you can be sued.
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Yes, it's still infringement. The exception under 17 USC 107 ("fair use") is for non-profit EDUCATIONAL use, like in a classroom. So you need to get the licenses and for that you really need to see a copyright attorney, specifically a music lawyer.
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