Not bad work, I have to admit, but it could have used more synthesizer.
In any case, I decided to follow the rules (detailed below) that Annie mentioned in her blog, and I started out on my own solo career under the name “Iffeldorf.” As you can see from the cover of my debut album above, it’s just about guaranteed to go multi-platinum in any country that has cassette players readily available.
In any case, here are the rules if you want to start your own band (cribbed from Annie’s page, where it was cribbed from Facebook):
1 – Go to Wikipedia. Hit “random”. The first random Wikipedia article you get is the name of your band.
2 – Go to Quotations Page: the last four or five words of the very last quote on the page will be the title of your first album.
3 – Grab the first photo randomly generated from Creative Commons licensed photos on Flickr here.
So, that’s how I started on my own musical adventure. Evidently, “Iffeldorf” is the name of a town in southern Bavaria. Looks nice. The picture is from a random guy on flickr. And finally, the quote is the last part of a quote from Mignon McLaughlin that’s good in it’s own right. The quote goes: “I’m glad I don’t have to explain to a man from Mars why each day I set fire to dozens of little pieces of paper, and then put them in my mouth.”
Anyhow, it’s all pretty good stuff. Try it out for yourself and tell me what you come up with!