700 Bands: 491 – 500

700 Bands

The madness continues. For more information, go here.

491. Karmic Panic Room.
Via Jason Sweeney.

492. Kittens Inspired By Lobsters.
Via Bill Corbett.

493. The Extreme Wombs.
Via Tim Minchin.

494. Fortean Fiddlesticks.

495. Arse and Glitter.

496. Deviant Vanilla.

497. Rotten Atreyu.

498. The Bloated Western Nobodies.

499. 4Carat..
According to Siege: “It’s a barbershop quartet consisting of Neil Diamond, Dustin Diamond, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Diamond Dallas Page.” Sheer genius.

500. Ben Stein’s Monster.

New band names up for grabs each Tuesday and Thursday. When we’re not…doing something else. Until we hit 700.

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 the recently disbanded Be Your Own Pet. Here’s an excellent song of theirs, “Becky.” Sorry for the edited version. This is obviously the song laid on top of the Sesame Street pinball bit, because the actual video for the song is just head-scratchingly bad. So this is an improvement. You can snag their stuff from Amazon here.

Direct link for the feedreaders.

Here’s their site. Here’s their MySpace. Enjoy.

By | 2017-09-24T23:05:50+00:00 February 17th, 2009|700 Bands|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Margaret Ruble February 23, 2009 at 4:36 am

    So can we readers suggest names? Because I’ve got two-one of which is fake, the other of which is the name of my son’s band.

    In any event here they are:

    Fake Band Name: Kittens in a Toaster. I actually wanted to start a band named this when I was younger.

    Actual Band Name: Pants Are Overrated

    If you want, you can visit their Myspace page. The skinny guy in his boxer shorts is my son.

  2. Widge February 23, 2009 at 4:17 pm

    Pants are Overrated is I’m sure going to be Ken’s new favorite band. Thank you, we’ll check them out.

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