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700 Bands: 541 – 550

700 Bands

The madness continues. For more information, go here.

541. Uncle Warren and the Udders of Science.
Inspired by the man himself.

542. Hot Dongle Action.
From the @Miss Destructo. Imagine the song “Lapdance” but put through a nerdcore filter. Yes.

543. The House of Teeth.
Taken from an episode of The Goon Show.

544. Spoonboy and Mama Jane.

545. Godzilla vs. The Kittens.
All I can think of “Kaiju Shirt Tales.” Run with that. Taken from the mind of @ncguk.

546. Unicorns & Chainsaws.
From @Ben Templesmith. I’m thinking all of your favorite theme music and commercial music from toys for girls of the 80s as covered by GWAR.

547. Pop Rocks and Mead.

548. A Stack of Keytars.
The Most Awesome 80stastic Cover Band Ever.

549. The Ostrich Hates Me.

550. My Heart, the Abandoned Refrigerator.
Combine the sprawl of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and the style of P.D.Q. Bach.

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.

But this time I was reminded of a band by the site: Les Claypool’s Frog Brigade. Claypool has like sixteen bands. It’s quite disgusting. Here’s them covering Floyd.

Direct link for the feedreaders.

Here’s Les’ official site. And you can buy Les stuff here. Enjoy.

If you know of a good band with a great name, let me know by sending it to @needcoffeefeed on Twitter. Just point me to something I can embed. If we like it, we’ll use it.

1 comment

  • Whenever I see a P.D.Q. Bach reference, I feel a certain kind of strange combination of pride and shame in musical geekery.

    “Woo! …Ugh.”

    It’s not too far removed from the pride and shame felt when one wins a Porn Star Name-Off.