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Cover Bands: best names or potential new one.

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Well I'll start with current band: Clone Roses.

Potential new ones:

A very poor Swedish covers band: B-abba

or how's about an asian 80's cover band: Frankie goes to Bollywood

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Apparently there is a Geordie reggae toaster ###### dj who goes by the name of Why Aye & Aye Man.

 

I've always rather liked the idea of the English cover band of that Noo Joisey Poodle Metal Band, By Jovey.

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Potential new ones (but may well already exist):

 

Nearvana

Stealy Dan

Fake That

 

Potential names for poor covers bands:

 

Din Lizzy

ZZ Flop

Slack Sabbath

Stink Floyd

Wishbone Trash

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Apparently there is a Geordie reggae toaster ###### dj who goes by the name of Why Aye & Aye Man.

 

I've always rather liked the idea of the English cover band of that Noo Joisey Poodle Metal Band, By Jovey.

That one raised a chuckle the first time I saw it.

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The Fondue fighters - playing incredibly cheesy versions of the Foo Fighters biggest hits.

I feel not including the word "set" in there was a missed opportunity...

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Radiodead

 

9 Below Hero

 

Judas Creased

 

Derek and the Pizzas

 

Keep Mumford & Sons

 

Florence and the Sewing Machine

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The Misfats, Red Hot Chili Pipers, Lez Zeppelin, Gabba, No Way Sis, Chicks with Dixies, AC/DShe, Rage Against the Coffee Machine, Mentallica, Nearvana, Jah Division, Bjorn Again, Stillbjorn, aRe wE theM, Peter Andrex, Maybe Winehouse, Buddha Priest, Hayseed Dixie, The Fillers, Oizone, Faux Fighters.

 

All real.

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manic street bleachers: average white band crossover combo

 

 

the whom: tribute band made up of english graduates

 

the strolling ones: laid back stones tribute band

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manic street bleachers: average white band crossover combo

 

 

the whom: tribute band made up of english graduates

 

the strolling ones: laid back stones tribute band

No Lambrettas for those boys.

 

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