What is your Band Name, Rapper Name, Album Name


#442

Oh yeah… the Title track had that chorus…

Bowling Green massacre
Alt Facts to hassle you
Bowling Green massacre
ISIS gonna mess with you
Bowling Green massacre
Post truth Bullshi Yeah
Now it’s time
Get in line
We’re so busted
Done and dusted

Duran² Red Carpet Massacre if it’s too obscure


#443

80s thrash punk crossover is, indeed, well due for a comeback.


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#445

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Clippy and the low-rent talk show hosts of the uncanny valley
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#446

Grape Fruit Yo Yo with her debut single Never Takes Flak


#447

French Robot Toilets!


#448

Towering Anglo Rage Buttnamis sounds like an emo/screamo band made of high school lacrosse players with no real problems, but hey, if they shoe fits…


#449

Dead Cat Boogie.


#450

My daughter and I were playing ‘Band Name’ today with endangered species. There are sooo many. Two standouts: Jamaican Rock Iguana and Geometric Tortoise.


#451

Is Jackson Pollock’s Nintendo Hard Vengeance Quest just plain too long; or would it be OK for a suitably experimental and/or unlistenable album?


#452

Well, there is the band And They Will Know Us by the Trail of the Dead, so no. Definitely experimental.


#453

The Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra and Tra-La-La Band with Choir


#454

I would certainly give that a listen.


#455

Rockin’ album name too:


#456

Peistaltic Howitzer Seven things you didn’t know about vultures


#457

Speaking as the token bluegrass fan: yes, please. There’s some quality music there, but it could use some support.


#458

Found in the Chiptune Spirituals section.


#459

Oh, you’re not alone! I’m also a bluegrass fan - I particularly like bluegrass covers of other musical styles.

This group reminds me of the Austin Lounge Lizards, if only in topic covered.


#460

I like this one:

Plus many many others


#461