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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
Damn Yankees Damn Yankees Title track from their self-titled album, released in 1990. nally
Das EFX They Want EFX From their 1993 debut album, "Dead Serious." nally
David Bowie Ziggy Stardust Ziggy was Bowie's onstage alter ego for about a year in 1972-73. GlamRockNinjaLord
Deepest Blue Deepest Blue One of two hits had by this UK duo in the early 2000s, the other being "Give It Away". (NOTE: The word "It" is a pronoun, not a preposition, therefore it gets capitalized in titles.) Nat
Dethklok Deththeme The song name checks all the band members and ends with the lyrics, "Dethklok, Dethklok, Dethklok, Dethklok!" GlamRockNinjaLord
Devo Jocko Homo They say in the refrain "Are We Not Men, We Are Devo". Then they spell out their name. Paul Warren
Devo Devo Corporate Anthem Appears on their 1979 album "Duty Now for the Future" Mike
The Dismemberment Plan The Dismemberment Plan Gets Rich Released on their 2001 EP, "Juno & The Dismemberment Plan" Alana
DJ Alligator Turn Up The Music Lyrics: "This is the sound...of DJ Alligator" Whatever You Want To Call Me
DNCE DNCE DNCE is also the name of Joe Jonas's band, first debut album, and the first track from the title album/artist of the same name. LOL Mickey D.
Donovan Invincible Donovan University Donovan rewrote the song "Universe Am I" for his new university of meditation and arts in Scotland. He never recorded it but the song can be found on YouTube in a live performance. KL Fan
Doop Doop Dutch techno band; their self-titled song topped the UK charts in March 1994. Peggy Dishwasher
Doris Day It's A Lovely Day Today Yeah, her last name appears in the title, so I figured it might count. Song was actually written by Irving Berlin circa 1950, for the musical "Call Me Madam." The first two recorded versions were performed by Perry Como and Doris Day, who each had single versions of it on the charts. Other artists have also performed it since then. Quyjibo

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