List of bands that perform a song with the same name as their band
|S Club 7
|S Club Party
|rok iz kool
|Theme From S Express
|From the group's album "Original Soundtrack," released in 1988. It samples several well-known songs. Despite the song's title, it is actually not a theme from any TV show or movie. I guess the group wanted to have its own "theme" song...
|Salt 'n Pepa
|A minute into the song, they say 6 times: "Salt 'n Pepa is here"
|Maria Maria (feat. The Product G&B)
|Lyric: "She fell in love with East L.A. to the sound of a guitar played by Carlos Santana"
|Scatman (Ski Ba Bop Ba Dop Bop)
|"I'm the Scatman!" "If the Scatman can do it, so can you"
|Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
|Hips Don't Lie
|Right at the start: "Shakira, Shakira"
|"This heart is broken in two, tell her it's a case of emergency, there's a patient by the name of Mickey." Mick Hucknall is the lead singer of Simply Red. From the album titled "Blue."
|Youth Gone Wild
|"I said 'Hey man, there's something that you oughta know. I tell ya Park Avenue leads to Skid Row.'" was contained in the lyrics to the song.
|My Name Is Skrillex
|The first EP by electronic music producer Skrillex. The EP was self-released for free on Skrillex's Myspace page on June 7, 2010.
|From their 1996 demo "Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat."
|Please use a sensible name.
|What's My Name?
|Chorus is "Snoop Doggy Dogg" repeated over and over again.
|Contains the lyrics: "And you can really go to hell if you give me the soft cell; it's not me, this feeling insecure"
|Soulja Boy Tell 'Em
|Crank Dat Soulja Boy
|Oh, c'mon, don't we all know rappers have overly vain songs? I mean, this guy even has a dance for his alias name!
|Spice Up Your Life
|Well, it contains half of the band's name
|Stars on 45
|Stars on 45
|Issued in early 1981. The song is also credited as "Stars on 45 Medley."
|From their 1992 Album "Tangled in Reins"
|Show Biz Kids
|"They got the shapely bods They got the Steely Dan T-shirt". - from Countdown to Ecstasy (1973)
|Steve Miller Band
|Gangster of Love
|Toward the end of the song, the question "Are you Guitar Stevie Miller?" is asked. This song is mentioned in "Space Cowboy" and "The Joker."
|Quater To Four Stomp
|Obscure hit from 1962
|Stray Cat Strut
|One of their most popular songs.
|Eye of The Tiger
|In the chorus: "And the last known survivor stalks his prey in the night."
|"Sweet F.A." is the main line of the chorus.
|At the beginning of the song, Brian Connolly calls out the other members of the band (Andy, Steve and Mick) by name.
|The Sweet Inspirations
|R&B-Gospel group led by Cissy Houston (mother of the late Whitney Houston); song was popular in 1968 and the only big hit for this group.
|It's not the title, but one of the lyrics is: "Remember that the Members don't clown around." So technicaly, they are talking about themselves.
|Joey Lawrence (no, not the actor)
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