Some bands have strange pronunciations of their names, that aren't immediately obvious from their spelling.
Entries Beginning with N
Not "Beed-ingfield" contrary to most words without double consonants.
The first word may sound like it has two syllables, but it's really one. That's because a syllable cannot consist solely of consonants.
The "g" in her last name is silent because the name is of Italian origin. However, she was actually born in Australia. Her dad was originally from Italy.
Necrophagist pronounced as Neck-row-fayj-isst
The last name is of Portuguese origin.
Isn't it obvious? They spelled their name phonetically!
The first syllable in her last name sounds just like the word "sure."
A former member of the boyband 98 Degrees. The last syllable in his name sounds just like the name Shea.
Some say Nit-zer or Neet-zer but it is actually Nightzer as said by the band themselves
Many people pronounce the name of the band as Nir-Van-A but it's really pronounced Nir-Von-A.
pronounced as no-ef-eks
Sounds like "no effects".
Neu does not mean "again" as a user claims, it means "new". Not funny, but true ;)
German for "Again!"--possibly so-named because many of their songs are based on repetitive melodies.
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