What's the alternative to "laugh track" for particular phrases?

For example:

He repeatedly played "I choose you Pikachu" track on his laptop, which annoyed me.

It doesn't sound right, but I am not sure if there's a better way to say it.

  • "Laugh track" usually means a recording of laughter used in movies or TV to simulate a live audience. I don't see how it fits in your sentence. – Jack O'Flaherty May 13 at 18:51
  • Looking for a more correct way to say it. – remote May 13 at 19:09
  • "Track" seems to fit, or "audio track", or maybe "snippet" - see the Merriam-Webster definition: "a brief quotable passage". – Jack O'Flaherty May 13 at 19:23

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