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Whenever I hear a cool phrase somewhere, I like to exclaim "That would make a cool band name". This page is a list of such names.

I can not verify whether these names have been taken yet or not. If your band happens to already use one of these names sorry. If you want to use a name you see here, you'll need to verify it's not already in use.

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Entries Beginning with T, Page 6

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Twistleflex I remeber in the 70's when stretchy metal watchbands came out a company (I want to say Timex) came up with this wierd term to promote their new type of band. I'm not positive it was Tistleflex but I like I said it was the 70's and that's what I remember it as being called. Pat
Twits of Fate Like "twist of fate" but with twisted letters in the first word. RevengeFromMars YouTube
Twizzle There was a foreign student in one of my classes last year, and my teacher was giving out Twizzlers for people who answered her questions right. The foreign student answered something right, but the teacher forgot to give her a reward, so she said "I want a twizzle". Yeah, I dunno, it sounded really cool so it just kind of stuck in my head. Chelsie
Two Ampules of Anything When I told someone of my band name idea "Two Ampules of Whoopass", they responded by saying "Two Ampules of anything would be a good band name" (meaning "anything" as more of a blank to fill), to which I responded by saying "Actually, Two Ampules of Anything would be a good name". JeReMy
Two Ampules of Whoopass It came from an episode of World's Dumbest JeReMy
Two and Half Minute Double Entedre It's a reference to the AC/DC song "Big Balls", which is basically a 2 1/2 minute double entendre, as the song can be referring to two different kinds of balls. JeReMy
Two Bags of Hefty Inscrutable, but with commercial appeal. Product tie-ins unlimited. Jim
The Two Bit Band Thats what you feel like the day after the show: 2 bits (25 cents)  Barry
Two Broken Picks And A Stick Through The Head Well, it sounds like the name of a psycho band. Got the inspiration from my own band's rehearsal. God, our equipment sucks. No Hero
Two Chickens To Paralyze Why not name a band after a mondegreen? This popular misquote from Eddie Money's "Two Tickets To Paradise" would be a perfect name for an alt-country-rock band. Gene Splicer
Two Day Nation In my ninth grade history class, our final project was to do a report on China, Japan, or some country in southeast Asia. Two days before the project was due, a new country called East Timor was officially declared a country. I did a report on it. Cessi
Two Dollar Buckets Across the bridge from where I live in El Paso, Texas, there's Ciudad Juarez, home of two dollar buckets of beer. Chuck Fensch
Two Dollar Horse A few years ago there was a saying that sounded like this. It of course refers to a not so wonderful profession. This name does not however it is just a cool band name and a play on words at the same time. Dippy D
Two Dollar Pistol The old saying is "hotter than a two dollar pistol", suggesting stolen goods, but a hot band name just the same Eddddd
Two Dollar Ransom It was the name of a band that was, once apon a time, apunk band. I just always thought the name was cool. The symbol was "2$R". Dremaura
Two Dollar Whore It's a old joke. A really cheep John needs some. Or Maybe "Two Finger Hand Job" would be a great one also. Derick J, Hend
Two Dudes One Blunt It shows that if your lead guitarist and rythm guitarist/singer are stoners; this band name'd be perfect Jared
Two Fifths Canadian OK, so there are only four people in our band. But 2/5s sounds better than 1/2. Two of us are Canadian, two aren't. You do the math. Greg G.
Two Hour Shower A great name for a really good punk band. It has a double standard meaning to it too. For the clean minded, it could represent that long lasting bliss one gets from taking a hot shower. You're cleaning up your act. Or the perverts can take it as one taking the extra needed time to j*** off in the shower. Igotyagood
Two Inch Torpedo Sounds kinda like Nine Inch Nails; a friend used this once to refer to a certain part of his anatomy, and it just stuck in my head! Carla Bisagni
Two Minute Hate From George Orwell's 1984 Dave
Two Pump Chump This girl I know hates guys like this, and as you know if one girl doesn't like you the rest want to find out for themselves Jonny
Two Second Orgasm A few of my friends at school and I were at lunch. My friend Blake hiccuped(is that right, o well). It sounded like an orgasm that an old person would make. It was beautiful. Will Owens AKA 'Sk8'
Two Seconds Away My friend Rob and I were driving back from the mall when this idiot in a truck pulled out in front of us and forced to hit our brakes. I then lost it and started screaming "that f***er took two seconds away from us!!" Rob responded with, "dude, that's a cool band name ... Two Seconds Away!" And so the legend that never will be began. Roger
Two Sides Taken by my band. Really, when one of you is villainous and the other is a hero, and you become friends...what else are you going to call it? Douglas Bucksworth aka D.B.
Two Steves On A Honda at a party, two of our friends(both named steve, obviously)took off for the store on a friend's motorcycle. it just sounded obscure and kinda quirky! jboxgirl
TwoPlusTwo This would make a great name for a rock band. I came up with this name in my math class. I was pressing random numbers on my calculator and I ended up with 2+2. Paul
TwoStepMary Yeah, it's really TwoStepMary. I was in the line for our flag ceremony. Then my teacher asked me to move two steps from Mary (which is my bandmate). There you have it. facemelter
Typhoid Mary I thought the nickname of the famous typhoid fever carrier would make a great band name. It's also a play on the Jethro Tull song title "Crosseyed Mary."  Renard
Typhoon Avalance CAME UP WITH IT BY MY HOCKEY STICK BEING CALLED A TYPHOON (NAME ON STICK) AND MY FAV TEAM IS COLORADO AVALANCHE JAKE HOSLEY
The Typical Strip I was sitting in a Calculus lecture one day, and this phrase is used in deriving the Theorem of Integration. When situated alongside a graph on squared paper with some nice Maths symbols, the whole page would make an excellent cover for the first album. John

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