June 25, 2012

Summerfest Giveaway Update #1: The album was almost called....

It's time to share a few of the early returns in our Summerfest giveaway contest (full contest details here). To win a prize package that includes two Summerfest tickets and The Mike Benign Compulsion's first two albums, entrants were asked to submit their answers to the following question:

The Mike Benign Compulsion's latest album is called "Martha." What did the band almost name the album, and why did they decide to change it at the last minute? 

The following are a few sample entries. Keep 'em coming...and feel free to submit multiple entires!

Almost Album Name: "Mike"
Why the change: It was decided that "Mike" couldn't be the name of the album as there are two Mikes in the band and you wouldn't know which of you the song was named after. So after much back and forth arguing, you brought in close friends to help make the decision and everyone, to keep the band from breaking up, decided on Martha, which fits the song much better anyway.

Almost Album Name: "Singing along with Taint Sweatington and the McNuggets"
Why the change: Although you were in favor of keeping the original album name, you decided to pay homage to America's Modern Domestic Diva after reading her successful magazine series, "Good Cellkeeping."

Almost Album Name: "Jet"
Why the change: Changed so consumers would not think they would have to have revealing x-rays taken of themselves before purchasing.

Almost Album Name: "Rock of Ages: The Benign Musical"
Why the change: It's a little known fact that the original title for the new TMBC disc was "Rock of Ages: The Benign Musical." Unfortunately, the project, which was hailed as "Combining Full Metal with Soaring Melody" and "Finally Benign Delivers the Glam We All Knew Was in Him" was scrapped due to legal issues. According to court-filed briefs, the leather cod-piece that lead singer Benign insisted on wearing throughout the recording sessions had a legal claim by one Thomas Cruise.





1 comment:

  1. Angel Snack
    Death of a Scam Artist
    Department of Homeland Obscurity
    Everything Rhymes with Orange
    Fiveskin
    Flames For Flames
    God Hates Figs
    Hand Grill Suicide
    Jet Black Pope
    Just The Tip
    Punch Face Champions
    Rad Wagon
    Teddy Bear Suicide
    Two Doors Down
    Scarecrow Boat

    or any of Andy Dwyer's rejected band names would make GREAT album names.

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