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Re: Start a rock band... with Wikipedia
« Reply #45 on: May 21, 2008, 01:51:41 AM »
Band Name: Torsional Vibration
Album name: Champagne unit

1: Lord Henry Cavendish
2: Little Armalite
3: Kevin Dooley
4: Brooke Gunning
5: Tamil script
6: Victor Frankenstein
7: From the Soul
8: Frieze
9: System Planning Corporation
10: List of indie game developers
11: Surplus store
12: Realms of Arda

Bonus Track: Temporary Labour Working Group

Now with the Band Bio Generator BBQ Platypus linked to elsewhere:


And a few more random Wikipedia entries, we have:

Forged in the wasteland better known as Lakuntza, Torsional Vibration climbed to the top of the techno scene in 2000 with their debut album, Campbell Rose. The band's latest album, Torsional Vibration, joins Planetfesto's deafening howls with crushing drums to produce an effort bursting at the seams with spine-tingling classics. With standout tracks like "Realms of Arda," look for Torsional Vibration to be a major factor in the techno landscape for years to come.

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Re: Start a rock band... with Wikipedia
« Reply #46 on: May 21, 2008, 06:07:43 AM »
Band: Bohemian Literature
Album: Sophia Williams-De Bruyn

Segmental Blood Pressure
Kufayrat Abu Khinan
Jeffree Cell
Robert T. Bennett
Alphabet (computer science)
Francis Edo-Osagie
Bucium River

Sophia Williams-De Bruyn
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Rising out of the hills of Gainesville, Georgia, Bohemian Literature rose to the top of the modern global scene in 2003 with their debut album, Axial Multipole Moments. The band's latest album, Sophia Williams-De Bruyn, unites Robert Gadocha's inspiring melodies with a funky 7 piece sitar section to produce indigenous grooves. With standout tracks like Jeffree cell, dominating radio airwaves far and wide, Bohemian Literature is an essential addition to any music lover's library.


Jeffree cell
Jeffree cell PJ Mix
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Exshaw, Alberta