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451. Jessica Fletcher With a Penis.
452. Deviant Vanilla.
453. The Brine Shrimp Fuckers.
Paul says, “They’re from Phoenix. Or…something.”
454. Enchiladas Imminent!
Taken from Andy Diggle.
455. Dehydrated Monkey Whores.
G.G. Allin songs covered by a string quintet. Taken from Trelvix.
456. Your Lying Pants.
Taken from Leigh.
457. The Perfunctory Sexists.
From Bethany P.
458. The Hoedown of Randolph Carter.
A Lovecraft country band whose first album is called “The Stars Fell on Alabama, Along With the Green Mist.”
459. The Ska Meritocracy.
460. The Discarded Christmas Trees.
The band is entirely clad in beat up Santa and elf outfits, maybe a reindeer on keyboards. They play in character as a Christmas band trying to make ends meet the rest of the year, drunk on stage half the time. They either play ska-punk Christmas tunes, or cover songs like they were ska-punk Christmas tunes. I actually really dig this idea.
New band names up for grabs each Tuesday and Thursday. When we’re not…doing something else. Until we hit 700.
Wait, we’re not done. Since discovering “The Canonical List of Weird Band Names,” which consists of actual bands, I’ve decided to feature one each time, just to give some added bonus to actually reading this mess.
This time around, I’m going with Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band. Here’s “Mountains Made of Steam,” from their album Horses in the Sky. Just audio again. Their live stuff is good, but I thought this was the best introductory song I could find.
If you go see them, tell them we said hi.