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July 18

In case you haven't heard, Weird Al has a new album out and is debuting a new video every day for eight days, Even more exciting news? If he sells enough albums this weekend, he might even have his first number one album. Make sure you buy a copy this weekend if you're planning on buying it! (Comments & Parodies)

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Ray Parker Jr. & Raydio Audience
Ray Parker Jr. & Raydio combined with Audience
Submitted By: Candy Welty
3 Man Isle Of Man
3 Man Island combined with Isle Of Man
or: 3 Man Island Of Man
Submitted By: Candy Welty

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Duets That Haven't Been Performed Yet -> Latest Entries

"Slice Of Your American Pie"
"Slice Of Your Pie," Motley Crue
"American Pie," Don McLean
Submitted By: GlamRockNinjaLord
"Slice Of Your Cherry Pie"
"Slice Of Your Pie," Motley Crue
"Cherry Pie," Warrant
Submitted By: GlamRockNinjaLord

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Cool Band Names (we invented) -> Latest Entries

Rescue Gloria From Eggshells
As a child I learned the Christmas song "Angels We Have Heard On High". Back then "they" had me pronouncing the Line "Gloria in excelsis Deo" more or less as "Gloria in ex chell cease day oh". Later I became more or less acquainted with the differences in pronunciation between classical Latin and "church Latin", and tried singing it both ways, with "excelsis" being variously pronounced as something like I learned as a child, or more like "ex kell cease", the latter seeming more or less to fit classical Latin pronunciation. Then, during my early college days I sang in a church choir. The director of that choir insisted that we pronounce "excelsis" pretty much as "egg shell cease", fitting neither classical Latin nor "church Latin" as I'd thought I had some idea of those pronunciation patterns. In any event, that sort of spoiled the song for me, as it seemed so crass to sing something that sounded like "Gloria in eggshell". Since then I've seen that that is a commonly taught pronunciation (for that song at least), but it never ceases to bug me. I'd rather sing that line (or hear it sung) most any other way than what sounds like it includes the super crass "Gloria in eggshell"! So, hence my suggested band name, "Rescue Gloria From Eggshells".
Submitted By: D. Melody Dole, MD
Texan Lemonade
Submitted By: GlamRockNinjaLord

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Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Mr. Schmidt Uses Tea originally Crash Test Dummies - Submitted By: Joe
Visual Slice originally Lucie Silvas - Submitted By: Alexis

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Band Name Aliteration -> Latest Entries

Beta Band - - Submitted By: Fiscal Cliff Richard
Teenage Treats - "Our Place" - 2003 - Submitted By: Candy Welty

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How to Pronounce a Band Name -> Latest Entries

Samhain pronounced as Sahm-highn - Submitted By: GlamRockNinjaLord
Peter Criss pronounced as Peter Chris - Submitted By: GlamRockNinjaLord

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Names as a Word Bank -> Latest Entries

Dove formed from Devo - Submitted By: G
I kill a pink pig in a park formed from linkin park - Submitted By: nurul

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Band Name Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

Clip Art Fridge originally Flip Cartridge - Submitted By: Kimberly Townsend
Sick originally Kiss - Submitted By: GlamRockNinjaLord

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Products Bands Should Endorse Based on Their Name -> Latest Entries

The Ames Brothers should endorse "Ames Department Stores" - Submitted By: Brian Kelly
Rolling Stones should endorse "Jewelry And Stone Polishing Sets" - Submitted By: Start Me Up

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New Band Names -> Latest Entries

Urban Dunce Squad a better name for Urban Dance Squad
Submitted By: Melanie Bianca Green
Pinchers Of Loaf a better name for Archers Of Loaf
Submitted By: Candace Troy Powers

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Music Performer Nicknames -> Latest Entries

The Ramones is also called: Neuveaux Bubblegum Band with Guts
Joey Ramone referred to the band as this. He was referring to the fact that while pundits labeled the Ramones as a punk band, the Ramones were inspired by 60s "bubblegum" and added a modern, tougher, ballsier element to the mix.
Submitted By: I Saw the Ramones Live 4X!
Midnight Oil is also called: The Oils
A convenient shortening often used by critics.
Submitted By: Blue Sky Miner

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Origins -> Latest

The lead singer's birthday is on Bastille Day.
Submitted By: Insertnamehere

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Pseudonyms -> Latest

Daisy Aertbelien
used to be: Sarah Bettens
There is a Belgian band called Clement Peerens Explosition and everyone has a character with an accompanying name. Sarah did a song with them, "Beats of Love", back in 1995. Her character's back story was that she was the member of another member. And her character's name was Daisy Aertbelien. As far as I know, she has not made another appearance. But Sarah and another member of CPeX, Bart Peeters, are judges together on the Belgian show, The Best Singer-Songwriter of Flanders (DBSSVV).
Submitted By: Rad

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Offspring -> Latest

Junia Rosa Ruth Hanson
born to: Zack Hanson
Wow! There's no other word that I can put above that.
Submitted By: Celeste

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