The madness continues. For more information, go here.
481. Stewie Defeats Truman.
Provided by Rob.
482. Munching Valhalla.
483. The Kittens Are Burning.
484. Ye Olde Noyse.
Those last three provided by Siege. I think Ye Olde Noyse should be a 70s/80s cover band dressed as Vikings.
485. United Front Baby.
486. Actual Sisyphus.
Via John Hodgman.
487. The Muppet Prophylactics.
488. The Neil Indonesian Coffee Incident.
489. Neil’s Dog is Not a Bushel.
The last two from here.
490. Snellville on $8 a Day.
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. We can report that, in the words of the great Annie Potts: “We got one!” #464—Audiomohel–not only has an official site but is competing in the Masters of Song Fu contest over at Quick Stop. Awesome.
We’re still 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 Dogs Die in Hot Cars. They are listed on the Canonical List, but I actually knew them before I found the list. Here’s my favorite song of theirs, “Godhopping.” 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.
If you go see them, tell them we said hi.