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Which band do you think has the best name?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on January 19, 2007

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“They had a few names before it, but I think the Beatles is pretty creative.”

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“Dog Fashion Disco. Between the name and their musical content, I think they have the best.”

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“Cradle of Filth. They have such a funny name, but they take themselves so seriously.”

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“I like the Doors, because there’s a really interesting William Blake poem behind it that comes from Aldous Huxley’s “The Doors of Perception.”


geekin_topekan 10 years ago

Buck Naked and the Bare Bottom Boys was one of my favorites. Fat Chicks on Mopeds. The Negro Problem.

thomgreen 10 years ago

Guttermouth The Buzzcocks Dirty Rotten Imbeciles Gym Class Heroes Me First & The Gimme Gimmies Modest Mouse Public Enemy Rage Against The Machine Swingin' Utters

Why do punk bands seem to come up with the most outrageous band names?

just_another_bozo_on_this_bus 10 years ago

Hot Tuna originally wanted to call themselves Hot Sh*t, but Bill Graham (sp?) informed them that he couldn't promote their shows effectively with that name.

sgtwolverine 10 years ago

R_I, I think it's about hair bands. You know, the objects that long-haired people put in their hair. (Not 1980s haircut-defying bands. Though they were fun...)

Once, a friend of mine said, "I think I have a hair band in my purse." It took her a moment to realize why I burst out laughing.

Anyway, I like this question -- there's really nothing absolute about it. I mean, I think Five for Fighting is a wonderful band name, but I also like hockey. As someone noted, the Beatles really isn't special on its own; it's just notable because the band was influential. On its own merits, Beatles isn't much different from the Oneders from That Thing You Do. Just a misspelled word, more or less.

Three of my favorite bands: Over the Rhine (named after a Cincinnati neighborhood where they used to live), Sixpence None The Richer (taken from a C.S. Lewis book), and Vigilantes of Love (I can't even remember where he got that).

Also, I hate the number band names. Like Sum 41 and Blink 182. They sound like random screen names or something. Like Yahoo! said no, I'm sorry, Blink was taken, but how about Blink 182?

trinity 10 years ago

lmaoooo these are HILARIOUS! :) i love it!

chuck wagon&the wheels...absolute favorite band name! :)

bubba hyde. i need say no more. ;)

hottruckinmama 10 years ago

my daughter used to listen to limp bisquit. i always had to snicker to myself when i heard the name. she was only about 14 or 15 at the time-i don't think she ever got why mom thought that was funny (hopefully)

kugal 10 years ago

These answers date me but from the 70s/80s: Butthole Surfers, Sex Pistols, Echo and the Bunnymen, Psychedelic Furs ... there were a bunch back then with great names.

ohjayhawk 10 years ago

Oh, and who could forget the ever popular Right Said Fred...

Everybody now!

"I'm too sexy for my shirt, too sexy for my shirt, so sexy it hurts..."

jonas 10 years ago

Honest Bob and the Factory to Dealer Incentives

I had never heard of them, but they had one of the bonus songs on Guitar Hero II.

Ken Miller 10 years ago

Psychotic Pineapples.


trinity 10 years ago

LOL ohjayhawk!!!

i think instead of the traditional friday conga line with the chant being "friday friday friDAY friday friday friDAY" we should adopt your "right said fred" line;

"i'm too sexy for my shirt, too sexy for my shirt, so sexy it hurts..."!!!! sort of a slithering catwalky sort of sashay line, doncha think???

what say you's all? :)

ohjayhawk 10 years ago

trinity - I don't know that I've ever sashayed (sp?) before, but I'd be willing to give it a try.

beatrice 10 years ago

Fun topic for all to enjoy. Here are a few off the top of the head:

Meat Puppets Led Zeppelin (after being told that they would go over like a lead balloon, or something like that) Roomful of Metaphysicians Billy Clone and the Same Dead Kennedys Suicidal Tendencies Talking Heads

Worst name: 10,000 Maniacs -- not that it is a bad name, but it didn't fit their pop style.

Name that should be: Bucket of Foot

rubix 10 years ago

"my daughter used to listen to limp bisquit." I'm not here to nit-pick, but it is spelled Limp Bizkit. Their first album, "3 Dollar Bill$", was great; they went downhill fast after that.

How about the BottleRockets? They hit the Lawrence scene several years ago with their single, "Radar Gun" that was very catchy and caught a lot of Lazer playtime. Of course, that was back when the Lazer played good music; aka, the mid '90s.

krissypoetry 10 years ago

Jesus H Christ and The Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse---- they are a really amusing band from Connecticut

ohjayhawk 10 years ago

T_O_B - That's too funny. I've actually heard of them, but I am unfamiliar with their music, though. I was unaware of the name change.

Nate Poell 10 years ago

The Aquabats, Rocket from the Crypt, The Minibosses.

beatrice 10 years ago

TOB, I don't fight all the time. I just correct people when they are wrong. : )

Drop Kick Murphy Dresden Dolls Camper van Beethoven Greatful Dead Black Sabbath

Jaminrawk 10 years ago

The Dead Milkmen, awesome name and the song "Punk Rock Girl" is a classic!

sgtwolverine 10 years ago

Yeah, TOB, I haven't yet heard their music, but from what I've read, they're very cool -- they're passionate enough about football and about the rivalry that they took the name out of respect for Bo. That was demonstrated after his death, when, as you noted, they changed their name. I don't care which team they back; guys who have that attitude about a rival coach are good in my book.

Anyway, Poor Old Lu is another band I like. The name came from one of the Chronicles of Narnia books.

ronwell_dobbs 10 years ago

There was a regional Midwest band called "Pork Tornado" that I thought took the cake for a great name.

There was also a band called "Fisted by God" that I doubt anyone heard of, nor probably should they.

parbuddy38 10 years ago

STEVE, BOB, and RICH - they were the best

Alfred_W 10 years ago

Peter and the Test Tube Babies had a catchy little ditty in the 80's titled Elvis is Dead...

"Elvis had a heart attack, coz he got too bleeding fat"


acg 10 years ago

TOB took mine, the Butthole Surfers. I also like Speed Dog Champion and the Meat Purveyors. Death Cab for Cutie is another good one, as is The Unbelievable Horror of Karen Black.

classclown 10 years ago

Presidents of The United States of America

The Dead Kennedys

Ugly Kid Joe

Frankie Goes To Hollywood

acg 10 years ago

Someone mentioned Rage Against the Machine, one of my fav bands EVER!! Have you guys heard Lounge Against the Machine? It's hysterical!

classclown 10 years ago

Forgot ...

Big Head Todd and the Monsters

Twisted Sister

Might think of some more later.

acg 10 years ago

oh yes, classclown, POTUSA is a great band.

"She's lump, she's lump, she's lump, she's in my head...."

audvisartist 10 years ago

Back in my record label days I worked with many bands with great names...

The Reely Rotnz Dreamfast The Ramblin' Hellbillies Oddioblender Dogma Final Notice

Good stuff... man I miss those days!

sgtwolverine 10 years ago

Heh. TOB, the Ohio punk band's song titles grew funnier as I scrolled down. Some of them are a bit cliche, but for the most part I enjoy their creativity.

Overall, I think they help show that in general, OSU is far more serious about the rivalry than is Michigan. Not to say Michigan isn't serious about it, but OSU is pretty much over the top about it.

sgtwolverine 10 years ago

The POTUSA! How could I forget them?! Millions of peaches.

jasonthesane 10 years ago

They Might be Giants Los Enanitos Verdes Let's Go Bowling

budwhysir 10 years ago

I believe the rubber band is the best

Tony Kisner 10 years ago

Is the Artist Formally Known as Prince a band or just an single artist?

ranger73 10 years ago

Bananarama-they weren't bad to look at either-

Depeche Mode-

and my friend had a band in high school called Funny Tasting Punch- which was in reference to a great movie Hollywood Knights..."That punch has got some wang to it..."

Janet Lowther 10 years ago

"Gid Tanner and the Skillet Lickers" has to be the greatest name for an old-time band ever, and that was a good 75 years ago.

In more recent times, "The Volo Bogtrotters" has been a great name, again for an old-time band.

In roots country/honkeytonk "The Wilders" says it all.

Brent Cagle 10 years ago

Coheed and Cambria Dashboard Confessional Secret Machines She Wants Revenge Smashing Pumpkins The Arcade Fire The Postal Service

Jack Hope III 10 years ago

The Mothers of Invention

A great name for a great band.

acg 10 years ago

Camper Van Beethoven The Violent Femmes G Love and Special Sauce George Clinton and the P Funk Allstars

beatrice 10 years ago

Before Das U shows up, I want to add The Zombies.

sgtwolverine 10 years ago

Ah, G Love. When my brother was in college, for a talent show some guys put together a spoof on G Love. They called themselves S Luv and the Ebonyx.

just_another_bozo_on_this_bus 10 years ago

Here's a name I came up with that should go to a loud guitar band

The Axes of Evil

ms_canada 10 years ago

Pywacket mentioned barenaked ladies. Py, did you know that they are Canadian? Here are another couple of totally stupid names from north of the 49th. Bif Naked and Oh Susanah. These goofy names really get my ire up. Hypothetical scenario: Joe meets new girl, takes her home to meet the folks. (he's serious) "Mom, Dad, I'd like you to meet my new girl friend, Bif Naked" You can also sub in Oh Susanah there. I mean, who the h#(( is going to take someone with the name Bif seriously. Mom says (at dinner) "Oh, would you like another piece of Chicken, dear?" lmdo, really

Confrontation 10 years ago

Hmmm...I wonder what's wrong with our educational system. We have a college sophomore who thinks "The Beatles" is a creative name. I suppose he'd like "The Flies" or "The Dogs," as well.

BrianR 10 years ago

I love these names. I have to go with Albuquerque, NM band Rage Against Martin Sheen.

Emily Hadley 10 years ago

I like 'Los Craptaculares' a lot.

ms_canada 10 years ago

The question does not really ask anything about the music of these various bands but, of course, the topic does beg comment on the music. I think of all those mentioned above, I would have to say the mention of Depeche Mode twicked a nerve with me. I do like their music and their name is really not weird, just French. Although the guys are out of northern England, are they not?

mick 10 years ago

The Progressive Blues Experiment. Pretty much invented hard rock music.

Brent Cagle 10 years ago

Best current band from Canada: The Arcade Fire

Best band from Canada ever: Rush

bevy 10 years ago

My favorite Candadian Band (comedy) Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie. They ROCK and COUNTRY, and make me laugh my a** off.

If I had a punk band, I would call it "Fiberglass Rash".

conservativepunker 10 years ago

Probably X. Or my other favorite, Zeitgeist from Austin TX. (Later known as The Reivers).

thomgreen 10 years ago

The Real McKenzies have to go down as my favorite Canadian band. I mean, come on, a Scottish-Canadian punk band with bagpipes, what can beat that?

thomgreen 10 years ago

Did Kinky win the race for Governor?

ms_canada 10 years ago

Py - yeh Bare naked ladies do produce some really good music. They have been to our Folk Music Festival several times and Edmonton fans love them. So that said, I guess I should not really jump on the stupid name thing as I really don't know the music of some mentioned above. The names just turn me off. Another band that I positively love that has a sort of strange name is Oyster Band from England. They also have appeared at our festival, last time in 2005. Anyone else love Oyster Band?

ms_canada 10 years ago

thomgreen - I agree, bagpipes in a band has to be cool.

SeaFox 10 years ago

Add N to (x) Cat Power The Band That Saved the World Iron and Wine Garbage !!! (pronounced Chk Chk Chk) µ-Ziq (pronounced mu-sic) The Dead Milkmen The Evolution Control Committee Neutral Milk Hotel Primitive Radio Gods Twilight Circus Dub Sound System

sunflower_sue 10 years ago

to agree w/ others: Steely Dan Three Dog Night Also like bands w/ such long names you have to use the initials: BNL BOC ELO BTO

thare 10 years ago

I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness,

The Smiths

Dead Kennedys

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

God Speed You Black Emperor

TV On The Radio

porkchop 10 years ago

Dan Bern and the International Jewish Banking Conspiracy The The Truck Stop Love Moby Grape Linoleum Blownapart The '85 Chicago Bears

budwhysir 10 years ago

Anyone ever heard of the band SING THAT SONG??

Very popular band that it seems no one has ever heard of. They are my favorite band of all times. They had a big hit, called PLAY THE DRUMS and another called GUITAR SOLO.

rock on dudes

Bone777 10 years ago

The Villiage People The Captain and Tennille Manheim Steamroller Hooty and the Blowfish Billy Beans and the Butt-rumblers

I only made up one.....

ohjayhawk 10 years ago

Weezer is another good one.

Bone - Billy Beans and the Butt-rumblers? I'm just glad I wasn't taking a drink of something when I read that one!

c_doc77 10 years ago

Dead Girls Ruin Everything from Lawrence, Kansas.

yme 10 years ago

I can't believe someone else remembers Moby Grape. Their song "Omaha" is classic.

ms_canada 10 years ago

porkchop - is that for real, Dan Bern and the Jewish Banking Conspiracy? LMDOff. bone - you brought up another very good one Mannheim Steamroller. One of my favs also, weird name great music. And Sue, I do believe BTO is another Canadian export.

porkchop 10 years ago


Dan Bern and the IJBC is for real. He did about 4-5 solo, largely acoustic albums, but for his last few he decided he needed a backup band. I'm assuming he named it himself.

Really talented songwriter, but I think he appeals to a certain sense of humor.

c_doc77 10 years ago

Yeah, I know a couple of the Dead Girls guys pretty well.

c_doc77 10 years ago

I haven't heard anyone say "Circle Jerks" yet.

thare 10 years ago

I almost forgot...SPARKLEHORSE!

beatrice 10 years ago

Velvet Underground Cherry Poppin' Daddies Buster Hymen (I kid you not) The Aquanettas XTC Pink Floyd (taken from the names of two Georgia bluesmen Pink Anderson and Floyd Council - from the early days when the band saw itself as a blues band.) Procul Harum The Righteous Brothers UB40 (Code number of a form people in Britain have to fill out to receive public assistance or welfare.) Lynyrd Skynyrd (Named after Leonard Skinner, an annoying gym teacher/coach some of the members had in high school.) KISS (has nothing to do with Knights in Satan's Service)

For some reason, I've always hated the band name Everything But the Girl.

drewdun 10 years ago

I cannot believe I see a Cradle of Filth reference on the pages of the LJW. Check out their song "Gilded C***"

BunE 10 years ago

Strategic Dance Initiative REO Speed Dealer Godspeed ye Black Oak Arkansas Mot the hoople Onward Crispin Glover

porkchop 10 years ago

Jesse Jackson 5 always got me too. Great shows, by the way.

ms_canada 10 years ago

Hey - how about The Moodie Blues and their great rendition of Knights in White Satin. That gives me goose bumps of delight. Sue might not have a reason for being in the 70's but I sure do and I think they just don't make songs like that anymore. Or how about The Animals and House of the Rising Sun. Woo hoo!!! Think I'll just move my mouse, execute a few clicks and listen to that right now.

John Spencer 10 years ago

Trip Shakespeare rules this world and all others like it.

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

The Vapors (Turning Japanese) The Buggles (video Killed the Radio Star) The Tubes (She's a Beauty, White punks on dope) The DeVinyls (I Touch Myself) The Go Go's ( They touch EVERYBODY) Velvet Underground Tesla RATT Autograph Quiet Riot Def Leppard oh and


ASBESTOS 10 years ago



Simply the best, followed by:

Brownville Station Motley Crue Steppenwolf

and for the dedicated tripsters

Quicksilver Messenger Service (Have another hit ... of fresh aire)

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Uriah Heep!! ANother Good one!

A band with one album which was very dark in 1975:

Black Mass Lucifer

much better than:

Black Sabbath

and then with "black and BLue":

Blue Oyster Cult

SWEET (Fox on the Run, Ballroom Blitz)

ASBESTOS 10 years ago


How the hell are we suppose to pick just one?????

Centrist 10 years ago

WORST name ever would be ... "The Presidents Of The United States Of America".

So boring ... and they were short-lived, too!

Centrist 10 years ago

Midnight Oil ... a truly great band!

Seen em play on two continents.

Centrist 10 years ago


Powderfinger (great band!)

ohjayhawk 10 years ago

Thanks ASBESTOS, now I have that Turning Japanese song stuck in my head.

ms_canada 10 years ago

Too right, ASBESTOS, what about all the bands that are just named for their leader. Mike Oldfield, Van Morrison, Oliver Mtukudzi, Stan Rodgers, James Keelaghan. Billy Joel, to name a few. How can you pick one.

ohjayhawk 10 years ago

Here's a couple I just stumbled upon...

The Vindictives Screeching Weasel

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

EVERYBODY missed 2:

DEVO (Are we not men)

Wang Chung

Men without hats

Or you could say favorite bands by city or town:

Boston Berlin Chicago Manhattan Transfer Chilliwack


'Til Tuesday

Tony Kisner 10 years ago

Ms Canada

The Guess Who - I like to listen while sipping a Molsen.

ronwell_dobbs 10 years ago

I always thought that "The Crumpletons" was a really cool and memorable name.

Centrist 10 years ago

Never tried a Canadian beer - any good?

swamp_rat 10 years ago

Like alot of the above mentioned. Don't forget:

Cheap Trick Van Halen Green Day Buck Cherry Puddle of Mud Violent Femmes Everclear Veruca Salt (sp?)

Centrist 10 years ago

Here'a new band name - The Boog Highbergers

Centrist 10 years ago

Buck Cherry SUCKS!!!

More like Butt Cherry .... lol

ksmoderate 10 years ago

Tripmaster Monkey. Sweatlodge. Spin Spin Coupling. Honeyfarm. Free Beer.

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Aerosmith MEATLOAF Damn Yankees Amboy Dukes



The Dogs The CLocks

Queen and Queenryche

Bad Company


Guns and Roses

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Great White Vixxen Slaughter Metallica Megadeath

OH OH uh, a cali 80's hair band:

Hanoi Rocks

and the Japanese loud metal band


Tychoman 10 years ago

Cap'n Geech and the Shrimp Shack Shooters! The New Foes.

ms_canada 10 years ago

Easy does it - hey sounds good, I hear Molson's biere is very good. Let's invite centrist and have him try Nova Scotia's own Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale. But as for me I'll sip on a Riesling. We can listen to all those great Canadian bands. Woo hoo!

swamp_rat 10 years ago

Evanescence The Offspring Eve 6 AC/DC Styx Damn Yankee's

There are too many!

To each their own about what they like Centrist. That's the great thing about music, if you don't like it, you don't have to listen to it!

Staci Dark Simpson 10 years ago

What about Skankin Pickle?

Slackjaw Bastard Squad Billy Goat

Some good ol locals from the 90's.

Here are some names that would be good for bands:

Toejams Trailer Park Twisters Fart KNockers Armpit Dreadlocks

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

GOOD ones there Conceptual. I believe it was "Big Richard" out of KC, they were "THe Artists" out of Maason City, Iowa.

YEs there was The fetus from the wheel.

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Vandel and Kooss from Minneapolis, MN

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Good one Valkrie! Robbie would be happy!

Kathy Theis-Getto 10 years ago

Anyone remember the Red Dogs? Spider and the Crabs?

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Vitimen C (I know what boys want)

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Weather Girls (It's Raining Men)

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Oh my God, no and I mean NO ONE had these guys:

The Rolling Stones

SweetChaos 10 years ago


Cute Is What We Aim For Dance Club Massacre Fear Before the March of Flames I AM GHOST The Kidneystealers Kill Hannah Orgy Reggie And The Full Effect Scary kids scaring kids Test Icicles Under the Influence of Giants We Are Scientists

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Ambrosia Little River Band 10 cc Climaxx Three Dog Night Lixx (out of Salina) Submytion (Out of Hays and KC) Satin Rage (out of hays and KC)

Magallen (Old prog rockers) Dream Theater (Pull me Under)

Crosswind (out of Manhattan, KS) Fair Warning (also out of Manhattan, KS) Blade Runner (Out of Wamego, KS) Five Easy Pieces (Manhattan and Topeka) Anthym (Out of Abilene, JC, and Chapman, KS) Stinger (Manhattan, KS)

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Jefferson Airpland or starship Fire, INc.

The Blasters The Fixx Ah HA

yourworstnightmare 10 years ago

The Revolting Cocks Boiled in Lead Balloon Guy Gnomes of Zurich Throbbing Gristle Skankin' Pickle fIREhOSE The Minutemen Circle Jerks

olmsted78 10 years ago

couch flambeau. tar babies. naked raygun. caustic resin.

way, way too many, i'm done. more fun to make them up anyway. time for dinner.

yourworstnightmare 10 years ago

oh, and: Butthole Surfers Sonic Youth Ciccione Youth Soundgarden The Vulcaneers

yourworstnightmare 10 years ago

Oh, Couch Flambeau! Great one. "The Zoo is Cool" and "Santa Skips Cudahy".

pahoehoeflow 10 years ago

for your consideration... The Flaming Lips The Beta Band Cheap Trick Ultimate Fakebook Nada Surf Radiohead The Pixies The Afghan Whigs

beatrice 10 years ago

rt scored with Kansas, but I'm surprised no patriotic soul said America.

Smarmy_Schoolmarm 10 years ago

Truckstop Honeymoon (local)

Disco Dick and the Mirrored Balls (out of KC)

Corky and the Juice Pigs (hilariously irreverent Canadians)

ASBESTOS, you made me dig out my Quicksilver LPs and have a listen.....I'd forgotten how good they were.

budwhysir 10 years ago

Politicaly speaking, many bands deserve to be mentioned including no name bands like the one who plays music or song of songs. Politicaly speaking of course. Even music is gone political

yourworstnightmare 10 years ago

Everyone likes Steely Dan, from punks to hippies. Don't know why, but it's true.

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Yes Schmarmy, Joh Chiplina was one of the BEST guitarists EVER. He had sounds back then, that NO ONE touched for decades. Too bad he died so early. I liked them better than the Dead.

I was a Hair Band member Rock Pig on Pizza that Loved Psycodelic music, HARD ROCK, blues, and prog rock. I never understood grunge, alt. rock, nor hip hop. SO I do not know the artists.


Laura Watkins 10 years ago

definitely definitely steely dan. as far as local bands are concerned, i like the name "log lady"...I LOVE TWIN PEAKS.

jayhawkalum 10 years ago

Insane Clown Posse Dokken Transiberian Orchestra The String Cheese Incident Grandmaster Flash Banshee Dads Porno Mag Oingo Boingo

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

What was the first band and first video on MTV?

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

MTV was Kick a$$ when it first came on. IT certianly went down hil with the "real life" that has NOTHING to do with "MTV".

OH, got another one nobody listed here:


ASBESTOS 10 years ago

"People t-t-try to put us d-d-down"

"Talkin' 'bout my gen-er-artion"

"Out here in the fields"

I walked for miles"

hottruckinmama 10 years ago

kiss elo white snake journey boston ac/dc cheap trick meatloaf

hottruckinmama 10 years ago

and how could i forget pink floyd and missouri

Kookamooka 10 years ago

Beaver Cleavage. (an all girl band!)

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

living colour (Cult of Personality)

mick 10 years ago

Remember The Heard? An old Lawrence band. What about Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen.

mick 10 years ago

"Steely Dan" was made of plastic and advertised in a Japanese sex magazine. I had to throw "Naked Lunch" away it was so disgusting. No redeeming value whatsoever.

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

I cannot believe in Lawrence, the herb consuming city in the State of Kansas, with Mr. Boog, and nobody thought of:


ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Pott COunty Pork and Bean Band

Black Frost (from Manhattan, KS)

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Some of the Pott County Pork and Beaners went on to back Garth Brooks

classclown 10 years ago

Some more...

Tears for Fears

Lovin' Spoonfull


Lesbian Ninjas

Band That Shot Liberty Valance

Stiff Nipples

Led Zeppelin

Talking Heads

Grand Funk Railroad

Fifth Dimension


My apologies for any duplicates if any of these have already been brought up.

Will see if I can think of some more.

sunflower_sue 10 years ago

bea, funny you said that nobody mentioned "America" because they have actually been playing in my head today.

Ms_C, met a fellow from Canada today and the hubby mentioned that I knew someone from Edmonton. In good humor, he said: "Really, what's her name?" We all had a good chuckle. And 1976 just happens to be an excellent year in music history! (Even if you're "almost" too young to remember it!)

sunflower_sue 10 years ago

The hubby puts another vote in for "Kansas!"

darthvedder 10 years ago

Rod Torfulson's Armada featuring Herman Menderchuk

Kyle Neuer 10 years ago

Damn, Butt Trumpet's taken?!?

Barrence Whitfield and the Savages and the immortal

Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.

Gotta second Buck Naked and the Bare Bottom Boys.

And, for semi-old Lawrencians, Cole Tuckey On Rye and Tofu Teddy and the Brown Rice Cowpeople(or was it Cowpersons?) and Pat's Blue Riddim Band and The Embarassment.

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

Sniffin' the Tears (Drivers Seat)

Kathy Theis-Getto 10 years ago

Plastic Ono Band Mothers of Invention

davisnin 10 years ago

Onward Crispan Glover Basin Hall & Oats Electric Turtle A$$holes

ASBESTOS 10 years ago

I forgot about thos Valkyrie. I was think of Frank Zappa, but forgot about the mothers

Kathy Theis-Getto 9 years, 12 months ago

Posted by Agnostick (anonymous) on January 23, 2007 at 8:31 a.m. (Suggest removal)

If there's not yet a band named "Flying Spaghetti Monster"... there should be!!


Best idea so far! I play a little piano.

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