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BAND NAMES
List of bands... . named after other
performers' songs
(and a few thier own earlier songs)

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10 SECONDS OF FOREVERS

named after Hawkwind's "10 Seconds of Forever"


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801 / THE 801

Taken from the Eno song "The True Wheel", which appears on his 1974 solo album Taking Tiger Mountain. The line of the song - "We are the 801, we are the central shaft"



A

A DAY IN THE LIFE

named after the Beatles song "A Day in the Life". They are now known as Hawthorne Heights.


ABC
named after the 1970 number-one hit song by The Jackson 5, "ABC"

AFTER FOREVER
named after Black Sabbath's "After Forever", a track from their third album Master of Reality recorded in 1972

AQUALUNG
named after Jethro Tull's "Aqualung"
the title track from their Aqualung album recorded in March 1971.

at17
named after Janis Ian's song "At Seventeen" released in 1975 from her 7th studio album, Between the Lines

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A CERTAIN RATIO
named after a line from Brian Eno's "The True Wheel".. line 'Looking For a Certain Ratio'

ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS [The]

The names "All-Americans" and "the Rejects" (after the Green Day song Reject), were both suggested to the band as names, so they were merged.


ALL TIME LOW
was taken from the lyrics 'and it feels like I'm at an all-time low' from New Found Glory song, "Head on Collision"


B

BIG COUNTRY

named after Talking Heads'
"The Big Country"; a track from their second album,
More Songs About Buildings and Food released in 1978's

BLIMP [THE]
Took their name from a Captain Beefheart song "The Blimp" from his 1969 album, Trout Mask Replica.


BLONDE REDHEAD
Named themselves "Blonde Redhead" after a song by the New York no wave band DNA.

BLOOD ON THE FLOOR
originally called 'Love the Fashion', but while creating their first album vocalist Dahvie Mongillo came up with the name Blood On The Dance Floor. It is possible he was inspired Michael Jackson's song, "Blood On The Dance Floor".

BONDED BY BLOOD
took thier name from Exodus' "Bonded by Blood" a track on Exodus' debut album Bonded by Blood released in 1984.


BOOM BOOM SATELLITES
took their name from Sigue Sigue Sputnik's "Boom Boom Satellite" a track on their album Dress for Excess


BOREDOMS
named themselves after Buzzcocks' "Boredom" from the
Buzzcocks' 1976/77 "Spiral Scratch" EP.

BORIS
this Japanese experimental rock named themselves after Melvins' "Boris" a track on their 1991 album Bullhead.

BURY YOUR DEAD
took their name from The Haunted's "Bury Your Dead"


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not found any yet

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BARLOWGIRL
is not named after Superchick's "Barlow Girls"; Quite the opposite, the song was recorded as a tribute to the band.


C

CHROME WAVES

named after Ride's "Chrome Waves"


COCTEAU TWINS
The band was named after the song "The Cocteau Twins" penned by fellow Scotsmen 'Johnny and the Self-Abusers', who later renamed themselves Simple Minds; the song "The Cocteau Twins" was also re-penned as "No Cure".


CON FUNK SHUN
named after New Birth's "Con-Funk-Shun"


CROSS-EYED MARY
taken from track 2, "Cross-Eyed Mary" on Jethro Tull's 1971 album Aqualung.


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CANDLEBOX
named after a line from Midnight Oil's "Tin Legs and Tin Mines"... the line 'boxed in like candles'

CANNED HEAT
Alan Wilson and Bob Hite took the name from Tommy Johnson's 1928 "Canned Heat Blues", a song about an alcoholic who had desperately turned to drinking Sterno, often called "canned heat".
from 1928.

CHEMICAL BROTHERS

This name was derived from a song of theirs, while going under the name The Dust Brothers, called "Chemical Beat", which was allegedly inspired by all the drugs in the clubs they played. They had to change names as there was already a "The Dust Brothers" in USA.


CRASS

A reference to the David Bowie song "Ziggy Stardust"... the line 'The kids was just crass'.


CURVED AIR
named after Terry Riley's "A Rainbow in Curved Air"


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DEACON BLUE

named after Steely Dan's "Deacon Blues" on their album Aja


DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE
Took its name from a satirical song of the same name, performed by the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band on their 1967 album Gorilla and in The Beatles experimental movie, Magical Mystery Tour.


DEEP PURPLE
Taken from the Bing Crosby song "Deep Purple", a favourite song of Ritchie Blackmore's grandmother.
(most notably performed by Nino Tempo & April Stevens)

DUMDUM BOYS
named themselves after Iggy Pop's "Dum Dum Boys"


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DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL

Derived from the line in the band's song "The Sharp Hint of New Tears" which is "on the way home, this car hears my confessions/I think tonight I'll take the long way home...".

DIAMOND HEAD
The name "Diamond Head" came from a Phil Manzanera album, that Brian Tatler had a poster of in his room.


DIZZY MIZZ LIZZY
named after Larry Williams' "Dizzy Miss Lizzy"

DOVETAIL JOINT

named after a line in The Beatles' "Glass Onion"... the line 'Trying to make a dovetail joint, yeah'

DUM DUM GIRLS
named themselves after Iggy Pop's "Dum Dum Boys", as well as The Vaselines album "Dum Dum"


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EASY CURE

taken from the name of one of the group's early songs. The name was later shortened to The Cure because frontman Robert Smith felt the name was too American and "too hippyish".


ELLA GURU

named after Captain Beefheart's "Ella Guru"
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ERIC'S TRIP
named after Sonic Youth's "Eric's Trip"


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F

FIREHOUSE

named after Kiss's "Firehouse"


FUCK THE FACTS
named after Naked City's "Fuck the Facts" track on their 1999 'Naked City' album


FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND
named after Planes Mistaken for Stars's "Funeral for a Friend", although some believe they took their name from Elton John's "Love Lies Bleeding (Funeral for a Friend)".


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G

GODSMACK
With Alice in Chains being a primary influence upon Godsmack, it is speculated that the band got their name from Alice in Chains 1992 song of the same name. Lead singer Sully Erna, stated "Where we picked the name from, I was making fun of somebody who had a cold sore on his lip, the next day I had one myself and somebody said, 'It's a godsmack.' and the name stuck". However, bassist Robbie Merril, in the home video DVD 'Smack This' stated "we stole it from Alice in Chains".


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GET UP KIDS [The]
name came from the lyric "Suburban Get Up Kids" by The Cure.
Singer Matt Pryor's previous bands all had names that began with S, so they dropped the 'Suburban.' More important, they thought they'd sell more albums in the "G" section of the record store than the overcrowded "S"'s.

GIGOLO AUNTS

named after Syd Barrett's "Gigolo Aunt"
from his 1970 album, Barrett.


GIRL IN A COMA
named after The Smiths' "Girlfriend in a Coma" released as a single in August 1987

GO KART MOZART
Took their name from a line in Bruce Springsteen's 'Blinded by the Light'


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HEAD LIKE A HOLE

named after Nine Inch Nails' "Head Like A Hole", from the group's debut 1989 album Pretty Hate Machine.

HELLO GOODBYE
named after The Beatles' 1967's ' "Hello, Goodbye"


HIT THE LIGHTS
named after Metallica's "Hit the Lights" from their 1983 the debut studio album Kill 'Em All.


HUNTERS & COLLECTORS
named after German band Can's "Hunters and Collectors" from their 1975 Landed album


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I AGAINST I
comes from the American hardcore punk band, Bad Brains' album, I Against I, released in November 1986


IN FEAR AND FAITH
named after Circa Survive's "In Fear And Faith" released in 2006.


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not found any yet

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I SET MY FRIENDS ON FIRE
was not named after Aiden's "I Set My Friends On Fire". They stated on the Myspace blog that... "[They] didn't know that it was an Aiden song until it was too late".


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JET
named after the Paul McCartney & Wings number "Jet" from their 1974 album Band on the Run.


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JUDAS PRIEST

named after Bob Dylan's "The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest", also this was originally a mild curse said to avoid saying "Jesus Christ"!

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KASHMIR
named after Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" a track on their 6th album Physical Graffiti, released in 1975.


KOOKS [The]

named after David Bowie's "Kooks" from his album Hunky Dory


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KILLERS [The]
Brandon Flowers and Dave Keuning took the name which was on the bass drum of a fictional band in a New Order video for New Order's song "Crystal".


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LADYTRON
The band takes their name from the song "Ladytron" by Roxy Music, from their debut album of 1972.


LITTLE BIRDY
named after Ween's "Little Birdy" from the 1992 album Pure Guava


LIVING END [The]
Chris Cheney was a big fan of rockabilly group Stray Cats and this prompted Scott Owen, who originally played piano, to switch to double bass. The pair formed Runaway Boys, named after a song from the Stray Cats' debut album. The band went on to become The Living End, a reference to the film Rock Around the Clock.


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LADY GAGA
she named herself after Queen's mega hit "Radio Ga Ga"


LOCKGROOVE
named after Stereolab's "Lock-Groove Lullaby"


LOVIN' SPOONFUL
It's slang for sperm, but the band name is inspired by the lyrics of John Hurt's "Coffee Blues" .. Well, please, ma'am, just a lovin' spoon, just a lovin' spoonful, I declare, I got to have my lovin' spoonful



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MADNESS
Originally The North London Invaders in 1976, often shortened to The Invaders. After briefly changing their name to Morris and the Minors and securing a record deal,
guitarist Chrissy Boy, suggested the band renamed itself as Madness; paying homage to one of their favourite songs by ska/reggae artist Prince Buster.

MIDNIGHT RAMLERS
Inspired by the Rolling Stones title, Jon Huang christened his creation “Midnight Ramblers”, a track from The Rolling Stones 1969 album, Let It Bleed.


MR. BIG
named after UK rock band Free's, "Mr. Big", a track on their third studio album Fire and Water, released June 1970.


MUSICAL BOX (THE)
named after the Genesis song "The Musical Box" on their 1971 album Nursery Cryme, their 3rd studio album.


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MAINE [The]
their name was inspired by the song
'The Coast of Maine' by Ivory, the band shortened it to The Maine.


MAYHEM
inspired by English heavy metal band Venom's instrumental track "Mayhem with Mercy" from their 1981 debut studio album Welcome to Hell


MOB RULES
named after UK rock band Black Sabbath's "The Mob Rules"
from their 1981 album, Mob Rules.

MOTORHEAD
When forming his new band, Lemmy concurred and decided to call the band 'Motörhead', inspired by the final song he had written for Hawkwind. The name of the song "Motorhead" is an American slang term for a speed freak.. A Motorhead in American slang is more commonly someone who loves to work on cars or motorcycles.


MOUNTAIN GOATS [The]
The name is taken from the Screamin' Jay Hawkins song "Yellow Coat", which contains the line "50 million bulldogs, 20 mountain goats, all gathered 'round at sundown to see my yellow coat"


MR. MISTER
The name came from an inside joke about a Weather Report song "Mr. Gone" on the '78 album of the same name, where they referred to each other as "Mister This" or "Mister That", eventually they selected "Mr. Mister".


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MERCILESS DEATH
Some have guessed that the name "Merciless Death" comes from the song Merciless Death by Dark Angel. However, in an interview with Andy Torres in 2007, Andy said the band's name originated from a conversation with Dan Holder in which Dan came up with a possible name for the band “Merciless Onslaught” and Andy asked him about replacing the word 'Onslaught' with 'Death'. From that point on they called themselves “Merciless Death”.


MR. MISTER
was not taken from the T.Rex song "Mister Mister" on their 1972 Tanx album (see above)

N

NANCY WHISKY

Anne Alexandra Young Wilson took her stage name from a Scottish folk song, "Nancy Whisky".


NICKEL CREEK

named after one of fiddle virtuoso Byron Berline's songs "Nickel Creek". Byron Berline was Nickel Creek band member Sara Watkins' fiddle instructor.


NINE BELOW ZERO
named after the Sonny Boy Williamson II penned song "Nine Below Zero"


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NAKED AND FAMOUS [The]

named after The Presidents of the United States of America's "Naked and Famous" hit single of 1994.

NAZARETH
The group took their name from the first line of The Band's 1968 song "The Weight" .. "I pulled into Nazareth / Was feelin' 'bout half past dead"


NICE [The]
The band name was inspired by the Small Faces' hit song about drugs "Here Comes the Nice"


NIGHTMARE OF YOU
named after The Cure's "Kyoto Song", which starts off "A nightmare of you"

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OCEANSIZE
The band named themselves after Jane's Addiction song, "Ocean Size". According to guitarist Gambler, the band's then-bassist Jon Ellis came up with the name: "I think, at the time, he was thinking what we would sound like. Jane’s Nothing's Shocking album, which has the track "Ocean Size" on it, was definitely a big influence."


ORDINARY BOYS [The]
named themselves after the song "The Ordinary Boys" performed by Morrissey on his 1988 album Viva Hate.


OVERKILL
They named themselves after Motörhead's "Overkill" released in 7" and 12" vinyl pressings in 1979.


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OLD 97's
named themselves after Johnny Cash's rendition of the classic track "The Wreck of the Old 97"



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POWDERFINGER
named after Neil Young's "Powderfinger" first released on Neil's 1979 album Rust Never Sleeps.


PRETTY GIRLS MAKE GRAVES
Named after The Smiths' song from their debut self titled album released on February 20th 1984. The song itself was named after a quote from Jack Kerouac's The Dharma Bums.


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PANIC AT THE DISCO
The band has stated, on their DVD and in interviews, that the name "Panic! at the Disco" comes from the song "Panic" by The Smiths, which includes the line "burn down the disco," although a more popular belief is that the name has its origins in the song "Panic" by Name Taken, which includes the line "Panic at the disco."


PRETENDERS [The]
Named after The Platter's 1956 No.1 hit "The Great Pretender".


PRETTY THINGS [The]
Named after the Bo Diddley hit "Pretty Thing", released in November 1955.



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QUEENSRÿCHE
Were originally called "The Mob". The name is derived from a song on their EP "Queen of the Reich" and is the only known use of the letter Y with an umlaut in English. It was used to soften "Queensreich" and not confuse the band with Nazism.



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RADIOHEAD

Named after a Talking Head song called Radio Head on the album True Stories, claiming it as the "least annoying song" from the album.
They were originally named On A Friday.


RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
when the band formed in 1991, they chose the name of the song
"Rage Against The Machine" whikch Zack de la Rocha had written for his old band, Inside Out.


RAIN (The)
The Rain were the Manchester band that eventually evolved into Oasis. They took their name from The Beatles' B-side, "Rain".


REGULAR JOHN
named after Queens of the Stone Age's "Regular John" from their 1998
self-titled debut album


RIDERS ON THE STORM
The Doors members Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger named one of their many new bands after an earlier hit they had with The Doors, "Riders on the Storm"


RIGHT SAID FRED
named themselves after Bernard Cribbins' very comical hit single "Right Said Fred"


ROXETTE
named themselves after Dr. Feelgood's 1974 track "Roxette"


RUINS
named themselves after the uk 60/70 band, Henry Cow's track "Ruins"


RUNAWAY BOYS
Chris Cheney was a big fan of rockabilly group Stray Cats and this prompted Scott Owen, who originally played piano, to switch to double bass. The pair formed Runaway Boys, named after a song from the Stray Cats' debut album. The band went on to become The Living End, a reference to the film Rock Around the Clock.


RUSSIAN CIRCLES
Originally this was the title of their first composed piece in 2004, which they later called "Carpe", although their
name is taken from a drill exercise 'russian circles' used in the game of ice hockey.

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RADIO BIRDMAN
inspired by a line in The Stooges' "1970" .. Radio burnin' up above

RAVONETTES

named after Buddy Holly's "Rave On" song


ROLLING STONES [The]
The name was suggested by Brian Jones taken from the Muddy Waters song "Rolling Stone".



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SCARY KIDS SCARING KIDS
named themselves after Cap'n Jazz's "Scary Kids Scaring Kids" released on 1998 Analphabetapolothology album

SEETHER
Originally Saron Gas. The band was asked to change their name due to Saron Gas being a homophone of sarin gas, a deadly nerve agent. The band changed its name to Seether in honor of Veruca Salt's song titled, "Seether".


SHAKESPEARS SISTER
named themselves after The Smiths's "Shakespeare's Sister" released in March 1985.


SHOOK ONES
named after Mobb Deep's 1994 promotional single "Shook Ones"


SISTERS OF MERCY
A tribute to the Leonard Cohen song "Sisters Of Mercy" from his 1967 debut album 'Songs of Leonard Cohen'

SLIPKNOT
Drummer Joey Jordison suggested renaming the band from "Meld" to "Slipknot" after their song of the same name that appeared on the band's '95 demo album and 1st album Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat. released in 1996


SPIRAL ARCHITECT
named after UK rock band Black Sabbath's "Spiral Architect", a track on the '73 album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.


SPOON
named themselves after the German experimental rock band Can's song, "Spoon" released in 1972


STARS OF TRACK AND FIELD
named themselves after Scottish pop group, Belle and Sebastian's "Stars of Track and Field", a track on their 1996 album 'If You're Feeling Sinister'


STARSAILOR
named themselves after Tim Buckley's "Starsailor" a track from his 1970 album of the same name.


STIFF LITTLE FINGERS
named themselves after UK punk band The Vibrators's number, "Stiff Little Fingers" which appeared on the Vibrators' debut album, Pure Mania in 1977.


STRUNG SHORT
named after rock band Shabütie's "Strung Short", a track on their 1999 EP, Plan to Take Over the World
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SWEET THING
named after Van Morrison's "Sweet Thing", a track from his 1968 acclaimed second album Astral Weeks.


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SEPULTURA
Their name means "Grave" in Portuguese. The name was chosen after co-founder Max Cavalera translated the lyrics to the Motörhead song "Dancing on Your Grave".


SILVERCHAIR
'Innocent Criminals' wanted to change thier name to "Sliverchair" ~ "Sliver" by Nirvana, and "The Berlin Chair" by the Australian band, but Chris Joannou mis-spelled it, some say on the copyright form, others say when he wrote it down as not to forget the name. Another story is they changed their name from to Silverchair, supposedly after visiting a psychic!


SIMPLE MINDS
inspired by a line in the David Bowie song "Jean Genie".
.. He's so simple minded he can't drive his module, he bites on the neon and sleeps in the capsule.


SISTER MACHINE GUN

named after a line from Skinny Puppy's "Tin Omen" ...they'll be coming down /altogether sister machine gun / automatic high what a ride...

SMALL FACES
Inspired by The Who song "I'm the Face". Face is Mod talk for a "stylish guy" and the band were all short lads.


SPIDER MURPHY GANG
A combination of Barny Murphy's last name, and the reference of Elvis Presley's song, "Jailhouse Rock" to a 'Spider Murphy' that played the tenor saxophone.


STUKAS OVER BEDROCK
name inspired by punk band's The Dickies song "Stukas Over Disneyland" from the 1983 album of the same name.


SUBURBAN KIDS WITH BIBLICAL NAMES
after a line from The Silver Jews' "People", a track from their third full-length studio album American Water .. I love the city and the city rain, suburban kids with biblical names.


SWEET THING
named after Van Morrison's "Sweet Thing", a track from his 1968 acclaimed second album Astral Weeks.


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THE BLIMP

Took their name from a Captain Beefheart song "The Blimp" from his 1969 album, Trout Mask Replica.

THE KOOKS
named after David Bowie's "Kooks" from his album Hunky Dory


THE LIVING END
Chris Cheney was a big fan of rockabilly group Stray Cats and this prompted Scott Owen, who originally played piano, to switch to double bass. The pair formed Runaway Boys, named after a song from the Stray Cats' debut album. The band went on to become The Living End, a reference to the film Rock Around the Clock.

THE ORDINARY BOYS

named themselves after the song "The Ordinary Boys" performed by Morrissey on his 1988 album Viva Hate.


THE MUSICAL BOX

named after the Genesis song "The Musical Box" on their 1971 album Nursery Cryme, their 3rd studio album.


THE
SUNSHINE UNDERGROUND
named after a song "The Sunshine Underground" from the 1999 album Surrender by The Chemical Brothers.


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TEXAS IS THE REASON
named after a line from The Misfits' "Bullet" 1978 single
.. Texas is the reason that the president's dead

THE BOY LEAST LIKEY TO
named after Morrissey's "The Girl Least Likely To"


THE GET UP KIDS
name came from the lyric "Suburban Get Up Kids" by The Cure.
Singer Matt Pryor's previous bands all had names that began with S, so they dropped the 'Suburban.' More important, they thought they'd sell more albums in the "G" section of the record store than the overcrowded "S"'s.

THE KILLERS
Brandon Flowers and Dave Keuning took the name which was on the bass drum of a fictional band in a New Order video for New Order's song "Crystal".

THE MAINE
their name was inspired by the song
'The Coast of Maine' by Ivory, the band shortened it to The Maine.


THE MOUNTAIN GOATS
The name is taken from the Screamin' Jay Hawkins song "Yellow Coat", which contains the line "50 million bulldogs, 20 mountain goats, all gathered 'round at sundown to see my yellow coat"


THE NAKED AND FAMOUS
named after The Presidents of the United States of America's "Naked and Famous" hit single of 1994.


THE NICE
The band name was inspired by the Small Faces' hit song about drugs "Here Comes the Nice"


THE PRETENDERS
Named after the Platter's 1956 No.1 hit "The Great Pretender".


THE PRETTY THINGS
Named after the Bo Diddley hit "Pretty Thing", released in November 1955.


THE RAIN
The Rain were the Manchester band that eventually evolved into Oasis. They took their name from The Beatles' B-side, "Rain".


THE ROLLING STONES
The name was suggested by Brian Jones taken from the Muddy Waters song "Rolling Stone".


THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD
they named themselves after Cannibal Corpse's "Staring Through The Eyes of The Dead"


U

UH HUH HER

named after PJ Harvey's unreleased song "Uh Huh Her" that was cut from the 2004 album Uh Huh Her


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V

VEIL OF MAYA
named after Cynic's "Veil of Maya" a song from their album Focus.

VELOCITY GIRL
named after Primal Scream's 1986 track "Velocity Girl"


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W
WET WET WET

They took their name from a Scritti Politti song.


WINDS OF PLAGUE
named after a song on Unearth's "Endless" album

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WALK THE MOON
named named after The Police song "Walking on the Moon"


WARSAW

named after David Bowie's "Warszawa". Warsaw later became Joy Division


X
XSM aka EX-SIMPLE MINDS
After a successful career as two of the original members of the Scottish band, Simple Minds, ex-members Derek Forbes and Brian McGee formed the partnership they shared in the 1980s, this time under the name XSM (Ex-Simple Minds)

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MISCELLANEOUS eg: named after albums

BLACK METAL
took its name from Venom's second album "Black Metal" released in 1982.


DEMONS AND WIZARDS
The original goal of the band was to forge the different musical styles of both Iced Earth's dark melodies and Blind Guardian's powerful vocals into one sound. In fact, according to the musicians, the band name is meant to describe the two styles: the self-proclaimed demon-like themes and sounds of Iced Earth and wizard-like themes and sounds of Blind Guardian. The moniker "Demons & Wizards" was inspired by Schaffer's wife always referring to him and Hansi as "Demons and Angels". Hansi always corrected her, since he claims to "not be at all angelic" and that it is more properly stated "Demons and Wizards", in reference to Uriah Heep's album of the same name.


HIGH INERGY
Fashioned after Martha and the Vandellas and The Supremes, Berry Gordy named them after the 1976 Supremes High Energy album with just the 'e' changed to an 'i' in "energy".


THE CURE
The band's original name was Easy Cure, taken from the name of one of the group's early songs. The name was later shortened to The Cure because frontman Robert Smith felt the name was too American and "too hippyish".


ULTRA
Named after the 1997 Depeche Mode album

VIVA HATE
named after Morrissey's debut solo album, Viva Hate, released 14 March 1988.

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WORDS IN A BAND NAME

BAND NAMES : NUMBERS ... . .. BAND NAMES : BODY PARTS ..

BAND NAMES : PLANETS . . .. BAND NAMES : BIRTH SIGNS

BAND NAMES : RELATIVES . . ..BAND NAMES : RELIGION

BAND NAMES : ANIMALS ..... BAND NAMES : COLOUR

MUSICIAN NAMES

MUSICIAN NAMES: Female Drummers

Musician Names: STAGE~BIRTH .... Musician Names : BIRTH~STAGE


WORDS IN A SONG TITLE
A to Z
PEOPLE AND PLACE NAMES

A to Z
NUMBER & ABBREVIATIONS

A to Z
ALL OTHER WORDS

A . B . C . D . E . F . G . H . I . J . K . L . M .
N . O . P . Q . R . S . T . U . V . W . X . Y . Z .

or in group lists

LAND & SEA ANIMALS ~ MYTH & MONSTERS ~ NATURE

SEX, DRUGS & ROCK 'N' ROLL ~ EAT, DRINK & BE MERRY

LOVE, KISSES & DREAMS ~ COLOURS ~ LOOKS, MOODS & FEELINGS

WHO ARE THEY ~ PEOPLE & PLACES ~ MONEY-MONEY-MONEY

ALL IN A YEAR ~ THE HEAVENS ~ ENERGY-WEATHER-WEAPONS

ALL IN A JOURNEY ~ DIRECTIONS & COMMUNICATION

TIME & NUMBERS ~ IN, ON & OFF THE BODY

. ODDMENTS & MISCELLANEOUS

WORD INDEX /COMPLETE LIST OF WORDS
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SONGS

TRIBUTE SONGS
Songs written in tribute to a person or band

SONGS THAT REFERANCE OTHER ARTISTS
Songs that mention an artist or band in the lyrics

SONGS THAT REFERENCE OTHER SONGS
Song Titles that are mentioned in a different song

SONGS STARTING WITH THE TITLE
Songs that only mention the title ONCE at the beginning of the song.

SONGS ENDING WITH THE TITLE
Songs that only mention the title ONCE at the end of the song.

SONGS WHICH NEVER MENTION THE TITLE
Songs that do not mention the title in the entire song

SONG TITLE ANSWERING ANOTHER TITLE
Fun with Song Titles ~ Statements/Questions & Responses

SONG TITLES ~ FUN WITH OLDIE HITS
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ld hits with new titles to accommodate their aging audience

ONE HIT WONDERS (UK)
Band or artist who topped the charts but not managed another Top 20 hit

SAD SONGS
? ? what do you think is the saddest song ? ?
e-mail your sad song choice

HAPPY SONGS
? ? what song cheers you up & makes you feel happy ? ?
e-mail your happy song choice

FUNNY & WITTY SONGS
? ? what song makes you ROFL? ?
e-mail your funny song choice

ELVIS PRESLEY INSPIRED SONGS
songs about or referencing to Elvis Presley ~ Wikipedia list


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