Go to the Wikipedia home page and click random article. That is your band's name.
Click random article again; that is your album name.
Click random article 15 more times; those are the tracks on your album.

Liberty Hill - The Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344, Saskatchewan [Nice title.]
  1. Te Whanganui-A-Hei [Is Saskatchewan in New Zealand?]
  2. South Province, Cameroon [Ah, no. Cameroon, right.]
  3. Zhou Lei [And that's a Chinese woman badminton player. Well, we're international.]
  4. Tomb of Valdemar [And just when I thought we had a theme going. Shall we pencil this in as British?]
  5. Ravenhill, Belfast [Ah, there we go! Though our theme might still turn out to be [livejournal.com profile] nhw.]
  6. Joseph Lense [Oh, Joseph Lense, I see you beneath the archway of... Frame-dragging?]
  7. BBC Radio Derby [The first one that should actually be a song title.]
  8. Acqua Felice [My album is geo-geek rock]
  9. ISO 3166-2:SI [It's a Vangelis cover.]
  10. Birkdale, Queensland [Well, it's a shire. Geekery & geography.]
  11. Flue Gas [An instrumental reminiscent of the Velvet Underground.]
  12. GALLEX [Love it. Can I use this as a band name?]
  13. Amphoe Sawang Daen Din [Shamelessly multicultural album.]
  14. Singapore [Love it.]
  15. Rally For Mali [And a protest song, in conclusion.]
Random samples of something are inherently cute to me, and this was pretty amusing. I wish there was a way to generate songs to go with them.


Julianna Lacroix

July 2010

111213 14151617


RSS Atom

Most Popular Tags

Page Summary

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Sep. 22nd, 2017 02:48 am
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios