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Monday, December 6, 2010

The Week In Event Names: Google Images Edition

Posted By on Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 1:15 PM

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A lot of bands playing this week whose names stoke the fires of imagination (except Flesh the Racist Crayon, which is a crappy name no matter how you look at it -- I once had a set of markers called "Skin Colors of the World" and it included "black," but you don't see me naming a band after it). Instead of slavishly bringing you these bands' own carefully chosen publicity photos, we've decided to let the Internet interpret their names for us. Take it away, Google Images.

Not pictured: Animal Prufrock, Conspiracy of Beards, Royal Monsters, The Gay Blades, Nihilist Cunt.


Deathjazz:

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Little Hurricane:
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Quiet Coyote:
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Tiger Honeypot:
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Moneybrother:
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Public Jones:
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She Beards:
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Mermaid Bones:
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