Friday, December 14, 2007

Instant Band, Instant CD

Responding to a tag, Olivia posted an interesting meme on her blog. Basically it involves generating the name of your band, the title of your CD, and the name of all 15 tracks therein using the "random article" feature of Wikipedia. I thought it sounded like fun, so I decided to give it a try.

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Moody Minstrel's alter ego band:

George Forell

(Kind of like Jethro Tull, only different.)
Our first LP release is called:

Texas State Highway 320


The track list is as follows:
1 - Endurance
2 - Cec Pepper
3 - Teluk Panglima Garang
4 - Leudelange
5 - The Ship
6 - Persian Dialects
7 - Black and Greene
8 - Drill
9 - Oscar Redding
10 - Western Region, Nigeria
11 - Byavatnet
12 - Yeoman
13 - Terminalia Pellucida
14 - Ministry of Defence
15 - Vom Rath

Hmm...you think any of these titles show any promise?
Okay, what sort of random Wiki bands and CDs can you guys come up with?

9 comments:

Don Snabulus said...

I like mine. Kinda funky. Song 10 worries me though.

Band: Puccinia pittieriana (a plant pathogen)

CD: Sree Narayana Public School

1. Francisco Antonio de Monteser
2. Wright Flying School
3. You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown
4. Billingham
5. Some Kind of Zombie (real album name)
6. Patrol Squadron
7. Henry Simpson (Poets' Club founder)
8. Sahtu Dene Council
9. Tony Granato
10. White Defence League
11. Anton Zwerina
12. King of Fools (another real music title)
13. Ryan, Oklahoma
14. Geoff Shreeves
15. 1562 in Ireland

Dave said...

Mody, Vom Rath shows Promise.

Don, Multiculturalism teaches us that all white people are racists. Obvisouly this is not true and their premise false, but perhaps we need a defense league for white people.

Dave said...

Oops, I spelled Moody's name wrong Sorry!

Swinebread said...

Band: Hunald of Aquitaine

CD: N-601

1. Elephantorrhiza rangei
2. 2007 Pan American Mountain Bike Championships
3. Halfbird
4. Sabrina Hafner
5. Gonydactylus
6. James Kelly (Australian explorer)
7. Sana (margarine brand)
8. Gryfino
9. Leeth v Commonwealth
10. It Happened at Lakewood Manor
11. The Evil Experiment
12. Chalice Reggae Band
13. Darius Khondji
14. Youngsville
15. Lineo

“I’m James Kelly and I’m OK. I work all night and explore all day…”

Olivia said...

You're right Moody, I like the title!

Everyone's got such amazingly obscure tracks.

Thanks for all joining in :)

DewKid said...

I think I'm some kind of foreign band. I can't even pronounce half the song names!

I like how song #4 is just kinda there in the middle of all those weird words. My favorite songs is either #9, or #14. My band name is pretty cool though.

Band: Suzuki Hayabusa

CD: Bazooka (instrument)

1. Miłość, muzyka, mordobicie
2. Geographia (Ptolemy)
3. Benzisoxazole
4. 1907 St. Louis Cardinals season
5. Fontevraud-l'Abbaye
6. Jerimoth
7. Senate of Bermuda
8. Villa Magna Condominiums
9. Doug Russell (football player)
10. Italian guerrilla war in Ethiopia
11. Ben Scotti
12. Edward Coletti
13. Ian Collins (Australian)
14. Phosphoglycerate phosphatase
15. Jasus lalandii

Pandabonium said...

We have way to much time on our hands, don't we?

Band: Esko Aho
Album (oh, sorry, "CD" - I'm so RETRO!): Munichi language

No numbers - I don't have THAT much time on my hands...

After Hours
Bryan Deasley (footballer)
Hidden Valleys
Conquest Class
List of causes of death by rate
Coca (disambiguation)
1942 Governor General's Awards
Forbidden (Christine Dolce album)
Napoleon, Arkansas
List of serial killers by number of victims
Daknamstadion
Federal Marketing Order
The Wall (SoHo)
Paris, Yukon
Eleorchis

My band name is the name of the PM of Finland. The CD title is an extinct language of a village in Peru. Pretty cool.

This reminds me of a game we used to play at parties when I was in high school (when dinosaurs still roamed the earth). It was called "between the sheets". We'd pass around a record album (look it up) and take turns reading the names of the songs followed by the words "between the sheets". Always good for a laugh.

The Moody Minstrel said...

Always good for a laugh
...between the sheets.

Pandabonium said...

that's what she said!