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List of bands that perform a song with the same name as their band

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Song Name
Submittor Name
B-52's 52 Girls It's on the band's self-titled debut. "B-52" is Georgia slang for a beehive hairdo. A live favorite. Smelma Pitz
B. Bumble and the Stingers Bumble Boogie From 1961. A take on Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's "Flight of the Bumblebee." Joe
Backstreet Boys Everybody (Backstreet's Back) From their 1997 album Backstreet's Back. I really like the Backstreet Boys, but boy howdy, it's hard not to know that's they're back with this song. Celeste
Bad Company Bad Company From the album, you guessed it, Bad Company. JD
Bad Religion Bad Religion Another self-titled song. From their 1983 album "How Could Hell Be Any Worse?". Kenny
Bang Camaro Bang Camaro Off the album also called Bang Camaro Evan
Beastie Boys Beastie Groove An early song of theirs, released in 1984. Evan
Beastie Boys (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party) Line from the song: "Oh, mom, you're just jealous/It's the Beastie Boys!" crazydon
Belle and Sebastian Belle and Sebastian Yep...another exact self-titled song. Appears on their 2005 album "Push Barman to Open Old Wounds." nally
Berlin Dancing In Berlin I wouldn't exactly call it a "vanity song". But it obviously mentions the city of Berlin Germany from which the band took its name (even though the band itself is not actually from there). Edward
Big Country In A Big Country Their best known song. Ethan Mawyer
Billy Joel The Ballad of Billy the Kid From his debut album, Piano Man. Obviously not about Joel himself, but Joel's fictionalized story of 19th-century outlaw Billy The Kid. Cassandra
Black Grape Reverend Black Grape Band name isn't mentioned in the actual song, though. KingTT
Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Appears on the album of the same name. Themorus
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath from the album 'Black Sabbath' Anonymous Bob
Blue Oyster Cult Let Go This track was on their 1983 album "The Revolution By Night", and the the chanted letters "B, O, C" is an acronym for the band's name. Ironically, the lyrics were not written by the group, but by Ian Hunter. neptunevsmars
Blue Oyster Cult Blue Oyster Cult From the album "Imaginos" (released in 1988) SteveYCS
Blue Tears Blue Tears From the band's eponymous 1990 debut album. Rest in peace, Gregg Fulkerson! Joey F.
Blur Dan Abnormal "Dan Abnormal" is an anagram of Blur's lead singer's name Damon Albarn. B1982
Bo Diddley Bo Diddley Also had another hit with "Hey, Bo Diddley". oldtimer
Boston Rock And Roll Band The opening line: "Just another band out of Boston." nally
Boyz II Men Motownphilly Boyz II Men, ABC, BBD (also mentioning ABC, which is Another Bad Creation; and BBD, which is Bell Biv DeVoe) crazydon
Breaking Wheel The Breaking Wheel At the time of the song's release, the band was known as Artillery, but they changed their name to Breaking Wheel so as not to be confused with the thrash metal band, Artillery Evan
Britney Spears Gimme More At the very beginning, she says, "It's Britney, b1tch!" It's the first track off her Blackout album. Flipside
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos Buckaroo Instrumental country hit from 1965. Susan
Butthole Surfers Butthole Surfer From "Psychic...Powerless...Another Man's Sac". Agrimorfee

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