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Postby steve on Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:31 pm

Trying to stem the tide of shit bands getting unfathomably favorable responses in C/NC, I thought of something equally amusing and less embarrassing for a public forum.

You think of some bullshit band, find a fan page for that band and post some over-wrought trivia (must contain actual information about band or members).

As an example, this is from the Wiki for the nightmarish '70s glam band Angel:
In 2006 Lilith released two singles albums which has singles released through the band’s career (1975-1981), and even though it has most singles released at that time it does not include “Better Days” which was taken off the White Hot album and replaced with “The Winter Song.” This song remain unreleased on CD or cassette format. It is however available as a 7" single but is very hard to find. Angel is now working on a new album, which so far has no name, but there has been a total of three written songs and they are: “Worship the Sun,” “Hold On To Your Dreams,” and the third song does not currently have a title. The fourth song is “Even Now,” but it is not certain whether this is the third untitled song, a new fourth song, or just an unreleased track.
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Postby night_tools on Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:41 pm

Shit, that one's going to be hard to beat. Talk about setting the bar high!
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Postby Pasta on Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:45 pm

In 2003 the band changed its name to Grails, just before the release of their first full-length album. They adopted a louder, more aggressive style, often switching instruments with each member writing songs that saw them branching out to increasingly disparate styles. By the time the 'Black Tar Prophecies' series was released Timothy Horner had literally disappeared and the band carried on with only 4 players. For the duration of 2006 the group utilized Portland percussionist Ben Nugent, allowing Amos to switch between guitar and drums for tours and the recording of a still unreleased EP. They returned to a 4-piece in '07.

Grails formerly only toured Europe but have focused on the East Coast of the United States for the last couple years. They live in Portland but rarely play live in their hometown.


And yet I HAVE to sit through there crap opening for the Sunn O))) anniversary show.

EDIT: I dunno, maybe I'm not playing right?
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Re: Shit band trivia in this thread

Postby Dr. O' Nothing on Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:46 pm

steve wrote:You think of some bullshit band, find a fan page for that band and post some over-wrought trivia (must contain actual information about band or members).



What, and compete with VH1?!
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Postby hench on Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:56 pm

wikipedia wrote:"Life is a Highway" is a song written by Tom Cochrane, from his 1991 album Mad Mad World. The song was Cochrane's most famous song, as it was a number one hit in his native Canada, and was ubiquitous on Canadian radio in 1991. The song also peaked at number six on the Billboard charts in the United States in 1992. The song has been covered and released by Chris LeDoux, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Rascal Flatts.

In the 1990s Cochrane took his family to West Africa where he helped to raise awareness and money for the World Vision famine relief organization. That experience shaped his next album Mad Mad World which contained "Life Is a Highway".

The song was Cochrane's only Top 40 hit in the United States, although he continued to have significant hits in Canada. Prominent Cincinnati disc jockey Brian Douglas was the first American DJ to play this song on air.

In 1998, Chris LeDoux released a cover of "Life Is a Highway" on the album One Road Man. Changes include the timing of vocal entrances on the chorus, and location names between the first and second chorus. This version also appears on LeDoux's 20 Greatest Hits, released June, 1999.

The song was featured in the movie Cheaper by the Dozen (2003).

The song was featured in the movie Cars (2006), covered by the band Rascal Flatts.

The song was brought back into prominence when it was the first song performed at Live 8 Barrie July 2, 2005. In the same year, it was named the 13th greatest Canadian song of all time in the CBC Radio One series 50 Tracks: The Canadian Version.

The song was featured in a 2007 Volvo commercial. It was also covered by Blake Shelton and his choir on a live edition of NBC's Clash of the Choirs.
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Postby hopelesshomo on Sat Oct 04, 2008 12:05 am

i win:

Creative in every aspect of their lives, various members have also initiated other projects. Frontman Mat Devine co-founded the Chicago Suicide Club, a lifestyle brand dedicated to art, fashion and events. As part of the underground music scene, the CSC has produced DJ events / aftershow parties with members of Shiny Toy Guns, Peaches, Ladytron, Ministry, Marilyn Manson, NIN, Tweaker, Gnarls Barkley, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, Assassins, Bauhaus/Love & Rockets, The Ramones, The Sounds, Superstars of Love, VNV Nation and Jared Leto. Bass player Greg Corner is a DJ and co-founder of Dark Wave Disco, a monthly Chicago dance party that has featured Tommie Sunshine, Classixx formerly Young Americans, The Teenagers, Steve Aoki, Carlos D. of Interpol, Uffie, Lady Sovereign, The Sounds and Junior Sanchez, as well as The Faint, The MisShapes, Go!Motion, Blake Miller of Moving Units and Adam 12 of She Wants Revenge. It has received national press in SPIN Magazine and URB Magazine as one of the hottest parties in America.
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Postby Brett Eugene Ralph on Sat Oct 04, 2008 12:36 am

From Wikipedia:

In 1993, Michael Balzary (better known by the stage name – Flea) of the rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers met Jewel after he saw her perform at a local cafe. They went back to her van, in which she was living, and she gave a few songs to him. He described her singing voice as being "beautiful" and "breathtaking."
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Postby Nina on Sat Oct 04, 2008 1:16 am

Rumors often circulate about the original Pretty Boy Floyd line-up reforming and in early 2006 it was announced that Kristy "Krash" Majors and Kari Kane would be returning to record an album of brand new songs and tour Japan. In February 2006 they toured the States together.

However, by January 2007 Majors and Summers became involved in a public feud with each other, which was played out over the internet. Majors challenged Summers to a kickboxing match. Summers replied demeaning Majors previous role in the band and insulted the guitarist. Majors replied refuting Summers claims and deeming him a"liar".
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Postby Arson Smith on Sat Oct 04, 2008 1:21 am

Diggin' deep, y'all:

Iam Siam was the brainchild of Brian Rothschild, who, after spending most of his youth listening to and playing classic music, discovered rock ‘n roll. He began working with Japanese synchronized swimmers and developed a piece of music that would eventually morph into the track “I Am Siam”. He then met his main collaborator and main songwriter David Sonenberg who convinced Brain to come back to America and expounded about their mutual ideas. These ideas turned into the studio project entitled She Went Pop.

The title track was the first single and only got a small amount of attention. The song tells the story of Rena Devere, a Hollywood starlet tempted into the dark, hedonistic side of the celebrity industry who is found dead from an overdose. The song typifies the overindulgence of the 80’s both in lyric and in the video.
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Postby johnnyemphysema on Sat Oct 04, 2008 1:29 am

Charles Thompson IV discovered Larry Norman's music at age 13 after moving to California and seeing him in concert. Thompson said of Norman during this period: "I don't think Larry Norman was necessarily respected by religious people...he had more of a rebellious rock'n'roll kind of an image." "I dressed like him, I looked like him, he was my total idol."[19] While at college in Massachusetts, Thompson adopted the stage name Black Francis, and formed The Pixies along with Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, and David Lovering. According to Kim Deal, the title of the Pixies' 1987 EP Come On Pilgrim, as well as a similar line from the song "Levitate Me," derive from a Norman catchphrase used during live performances. In the 1987 recording and subsequent performances of the Pixies song "Levitate Me," lead singer Black Francis shouts "Come on Pilgrim, you know He loves you!" while imitating Larry Norman's accent. [20]

While recording the Pixies' album Surfer Rosa, producer Steve Albini recognized the Pixies' references and realized that he and Black Francis both "had an affection" for Norman's music. They discussed Larry Norman at length during the recording process of the album.[21]
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Postby lemur68 on Sat Oct 04, 2008 3:45 am

steve wrote:the tide of shit bands getting unfathomably favorable responses in C/NC


THANK YOU. The Carpenters? Seriously?

one of the buttclowns from Starland Vocal Band wrote:Starland Vocal Band
The group won the Grammy for "Best New Artist of 1976"

Their song "Afternoon Delight" won the Grammy for "Best Arrangement for Voices" and is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Starland Vocal Band dominated American airwaves during the Bicentennial summer of 1976 with their quintessential soft rock chart-topper "Afternoon Delight." The group emerged from the Washington, D.C. folk scene of the late '60s, its roots dating back to the formation of the acoustic duo Fat City, which comprised future husband and wife Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert. Together the couple wrote a song titled "I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado" which was recorded by John Denver and Mary Travers; with Denver, they also penned the smash "Take Me Home, Country Roads." In 1969 Fat City recorded their debut LP, Reincarnation; after 1971's Welcome to Fat City the duo began working as simply Bill and Taffy, regularly opening for Denver on tour.

On Bill and Taffy's second album, 1974's Aces, the duo enlisted 18-year-old singer and pianist Jon Carroll; the couple was so impressed by Carroll's performance they decided to form a new group, adding the youngster as well as vocalist Margot Chapman to become the Starland Vocal Band. They soon signed to Denver's Windsong label and in 1976 issued their self-titled debut LP, with the lead single "Afternoon Delight" quickly reaching the top of the charts on its way to helping earn the group five Grammy nominations. (They won two, including Best New Artist.) "Afternoon Delight" was so enormously popular that the group even landed their own short-lived CBS variety series The Starland Vocal Band Show, which featured a then-unknown David Letterman.

The second Starland Vocal Band album, Rear View Mirror, followed in 1977, but failed to match the success of its predecessor; Late Nite Radio, issued a year later, also fared poorly by comparison, and after scoring one last minor chart entry with the single "Loving You with My Eyes" the group disbanded in the wake of their fourth and final LP, 1980's 4 x 4. In the wake of Starland Vocal Band's demise the Danoffs divorced; Carroll and Chapman, who had also married at the peak of the group's success, later split up as well. All four members of the group later went on to mount solo careers, though never again recapturing the success of "Afternoon Delight."
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Postby lemur68 on Sat Oct 04, 2008 3:49 am

Arson Smith wrote:Diggin' deep, y'all:

Iam Siam was the brainchild of Brian Rothschild, who, after spending most of his youth listening to and playing classic music, discovered rock ‘n roll. He began working with Japanese synchronized swimmers and developed a piece of music that would eventually morph into the track “I Am Siam”. He then met his main collaborator and main songwriter David Sonenberg who convinced Brain to come back to America and expounded about their mutual ideas. These ideas turned into the studio project entitled She Went Pop.

The title track was the first single and only got a small amount of attention. The song tells the story of Rena Devere, a Hollywood starlet tempted into the dark, hedonistic side of the celebrity industry who is found dead from an overdose. The song typifies the overindulgence of the 80’s both in lyric and in the video.


Fucking Rothschilds.
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Postby steve on Sat Oct 04, 2008 4:07 am

Brett Eugene Ralph wrote:In 1993, Michael Balzary (better known by the stage name – Flea) of the rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers met Jewel after he saw her perform at a local cafe. They went back to her van, in which she was living, and she gave a few songs to him. He described her singing voice as being "beautiful" and "breathtaking," her vagina as "snapping" and her tits as "pillowy."


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Postby Nina on Sat Oct 04, 2008 4:24 am

wiki wrote:SWA (pronounced swǒ) the band originally started as a concept defined by Chuck Dukowski, former bassist of Black Flag while he was still a member of that band. The name was created by assigning an alphabetical value to numbers on a gaming die, then rolling the die three times. Dukowski would later claim that the name was offered up by Joe Carducci and was accepted by the rest of the band, despite Chuck's own discomfort with it [1]. SWA has had the dubious distinction of being considered the "worst" band to ever record for SST Records by many label aficionados[2] and, in one infamous fanzine article, Steve Albini claimed that among the worst things a person could do was "listen to SWA" and "be SWA"[3]. However, others have come to the band's defense.
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Postby Gramsci on Sat Oct 04, 2008 5:09 am

steve wrote:
Brett Eugene Ralph wrote:In 1993, Michael Balzary (better known by the stage name – Flea) of the rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers met Jewel after he saw her perform at a local cafe. They went back to her van, in which she was living, and she gave a few songs to him. He described her singing voice as being "beautiful" and "breathtaking," her vagina as "snapping" and her tits as "pillowy."


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Postby alandeus on Sat Oct 04, 2008 7:47 am

The Parachute Club.

Steve Webster left to perform with Billy Idol and Keir Brownstone replaced Webster on their second album At the Feet of the Moon in 1985, produced by Michael Beinhorn. They received a Juno Award for Group of the Year the same year.

In 1986, they released their third album, Small Victories. The album included the song "Love is Fire" featuring Segato singing a duet with John Oates of Hall & Oates. Oates produced the single, as well as several other Small Victories tracks; The Parachute Club and Mike Jones were credited as producers on the remainder of the album.

In 1987, they composed and performed four songs for the Canadian and U.S. versions of the anime series, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
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Postby eliya on Sat Oct 04, 2008 8:05 am

Their second album, Colour by Numbers, was released in 1983. The first single "Church of the Poison Mind", featuring backing vocalist Helen Terry, reached the UK and U.S. Top 10, continuing the group's success. The second single "Karma Chameleon" gave the band its second #1 hit in the UK, where it sold 1.4 million copies and became the best-selling single of 1983 in that country. It also hit #1 in the US for three weeks, selling 1.3 million copies; and would eventually hit #1 in sixteen countries, and sold seven million copies worldwide. Colour by Numbers would have more hits, such as "Miss Me Blind" (#5 US), "It's a Miracle" (#4 UK, #13 US), and "Victims" (#3 UK), (these three singles featuring R&B singer Jermaine Stewart on background vocals), and sold four million copies in the U.S. and another five million worldwide at its time of release. With that album, Culture Club was the first group in history to have a diamond album (10 times platinum) in Canada, for more than a million copies sold. The band also won the 1984 Grammy Award for Best New Artist, where George gave a speech via satellite stating, "Thanks America, you've got taste, style, and you know a good drag queen when you see one."
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Postby ozzy lee harvwald on Sat Oct 04, 2008 8:31 am

Emerson, Lake & Powell, sometimes abbreviated as ELPowell, were an English rock band, an offshoot or variant lineup of Emerson, Lake & Palmer, that released one official studio album in 1986.

Keith Emerson and Greg Lake had planned to re-form the original ELP in 1985 but drummer Carl Palmer was unavailable because of contractual obligations to Asia. After auditioning a series of drummers unwilling to commit to the band, they approached Cozy Powell, a longtime friend of Emerson's, to replace him. The band have always insisted that it was a coincidence that his surname also happened to start with a P, thus allowing the band to retain its original initials, although they also joked about looking for a "Gene Prupa" and having approached "Phil Pollins" and "Ringo Parr" before Powell agreed to join. Shortly before Emerson formed the band, his barn studio was destroyed by a runaway tractor, leading him to joke, "Perhaps we should have called it 'Emerson, Lake & Plow!'"[1]

The band's self-titled studio album was a return to the familiar ELP style, with long progressive rock suites, mellow ballads and a classical theme (Mars, the Bringer of War by Gustav Holst). One song, "The Score", even references the lyric "Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends" from ELP's "Karn Evil 9: First Impression" (on the album Brain Salad Surgery). Initially, when the record company suggested that the group perform "Mars," Emerson refused, saying it would be like ELP Plays the Classics or Richard Clayderman Plays 'Clair de Lune'[2]. After Powell showed him a video of one of his former bands playing the number, however, Emerson agreed to try it.

In live performance the band of course also performed classic ELP and Nice material.

The band's live tour was marred by a dispute which led to the band firing its management, and "ELPowell" disbanded without recording a second album. Emerson rejoined Palmer and with Robert Berry formed the band 3 in 1988, before the original ELP lineup reformed for 1992's album Black Moon, which bears some stylistic similarities to the Emerson, Lake & Powell album.

Some ELPowell studio rehearsals and live recordings found their way onto bootlegs in the 1990s. The material was subsequently remastered and given an official release on two 2003 CDs, available via the ELP website.




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Postby Ace on Sat Oct 04, 2008 9:09 am

Taco was born to a Dutch couple in Jakarta, Indonesia (Indonesia having once been a Dutch colony). Prior to his worldwide hit with "Puttin' on the Ritz", he fronted a Berlin-based band called Taco's Bizz. Their niche was performing Depression-era oldies in a more contemporary style, and soon Taco was courted by record labels to release a solo single. "Puttin' on the Ritz" gained so much attention that an entire album was funded by RCA Records. Both the album and the single were hits in Europe, and thanks to a popular MTV video for "Puttin' on the Ritz", the single and the album became hits in America as well, selling over 500,000 copies of Taco's 1982 debut album After Eight.

Taco has never been able to find substantial success in any country including Germany where only After Eight has been certified Gold. Afterwards he repositioned himself as a swing/soul singer. He has collaborated with Geff Harrison of Kin Ping Meh fame.
He currently resides in Germany, occasionally performing in Berlin and recording. Taco also appears in theater, mainly in the musical genre.
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Postby mr.arrison on Sat Oct 04, 2008 9:43 am

Rusted Root formed in 1990 in Badger, Pennsylvania and made their indie record debut in 1992 with Cruel Sun, which was rereleased in 2002. Their major-label debut album was 1994's When I Woke, a hit on college radio and a platinum record. The album hit the top 40 in early 1995, peaking at #33. Along with their increasingly well-known live shows, Rusted Root began working on contributions to the movies Twister and Home for the Holidays. Their next studio album was Remember (1996), followed by Rusted Root (1998) and Welcome to My Party (2002). Welcome to My Party was much criticised by fans, who are affectionately known as "Rootheads". Many felt the band's departure from tribal grooves to a "poppier" feel was an attempt to "sell out". Remember reached the Top 40 in the US, while Rusted Root found its sale buoyed by the use of the band's cover of The Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want" on an episode of Ally McBeal. A live double album followed in 2004. Their greatest hits album was released in April 2005 by 20th Century Masters Collection. They have released three EPs, Evil Ways, Airplane, and Live, which came packaged with a documentary video cassette.
Rusted Root's "Send Me On My Way", which hit #72 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1995 [1] is their most commercially popular song. It was used on the soundtracks of Matilda, Ice Age, the 1996 film Pie in the Sky, YTV Canada's Are We There Yet?: World Adventure, and the Boy Scouts of America, Order of the Arrow Philmont Trail Crew promotional video that was released in the late '90s. Their music has also appeared on the television shows Party of Five and Homicide.
Although the band continues to tour, their hard-touring days appear to be over as they are devoting more time apart to pursue solo projects. Michael Glabicki has released a solo CD (Uprooted) as have Liz Berlin (AudioBioGraphical), Patrick Norman (Digital World), and Jenn Wertz with her band Isabella (also of Lovechild) and current release Shotgun Sessions. Former percussionist Jim DiSpirito released Big Silence [2] in 2003.
On his own, drummer Jim Donovan has released 5 highly acclaimed solo CDs as well as 4 instructional drumming CDs. His newest releases include "Drum the Ecstatic International", "The Yoga of Drum and Chant" and a hand drumming instructional series called "Rhythmic Foundation Volumes 1 and 2". Fulfilling his desire to share the power of rhythm, Donovan has built a series of educational drumming workshop programs that he teaches across the US and Europe at universities, festivals, schools, corporations and specialty venues. Donovan has recently became a full time instructor of music at Saint Francis University in Loretto, PA and is the current director of the Saint Francis University World Drumming Ensemble. Donovan is also a featured monthly columnist in Drum! Magazine.
Rusted Root performed at the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee on June 16-18, 2006. They also played the Molson Canal Concert Series in North Tonawanda, New York on September 1, 2006, and toured throughout September. For the 2006 tour, Jason Miller, a drummer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, filled the position of drummer Jim Donovan. He is most notably a drum set player; a position he fills when performing with this band. He is currently a percussion instructor and the drum line instructor for the Mt. Lebanon High School's Mount Lebanon Percussion and teaches percussion lessons at the school as well.
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