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23rd Dec '16 10:25:03 AM MikeK
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* The Music/{{Silverchair}} BSide "Punk Song #2". They originally used "Punk Song #1" and "Punk Song #3" as titles for other songs written around the same time, but only "Punk Song #2" ended up keeping its WorkingTitle: "Punk Song #1" became "Lie To Me" and "Punk Song #3" became "Satin Sheets".

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* The Music/{{Silverchair}} BSide "Punk Song #2". They originally used "Punk Song #1" and "Punk Song #3" as titles {{Working Title}}s for other songs written around the same time, but only "Punk Song #2" ended up keeping kept its WorkingTitle: title as a PermanentPlaceholder: "Punk Song #1" became "Lie To Me" and "Punk Song #3" became "Satin Sheets".
7th Dec '16 10:31:37 AM Darkmoonfire
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* Music/ThePianoGuys primarily do piano and cello duets, but they were named after a piano shop. A few songs have just the cello without any piano at all.
23rd Oct '16 10:28:06 AM Shedlessguy
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* When Music/Maroon5's keyboardist James Valentine quit the band in 2012, the band replaced him with P.J. Moore. Valentine returned to the band after two years, but Moore remained, meaning that Maroon 5 is now a six-piece.

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* When Music/Maroon5's keyboardist James Valentine Jesse Carmicheal quit the band in 2012, the band replaced him with P.J. Moore. Valentine Morton. Carmicheal returned to the band after two years, but Moore Morton remained, meaning that Maroon 5 is now a six-piece.
20th Oct '16 8:37:32 AM bwburke94
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* Country Joe & The Fish, best known today for the "Feel Like I'm Fixing to Die Rag" protest song at Woodstock, were originally a duo of Joe McDonald and Barry "The Fish" Melton. They kept the name even as they added others as full members.

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* Country Joe & The Fish, best known today for the "Feel Like I'm Fixing to Die Rag" protest song at Woodstock, were originally a duo of Joe McDonald [=McDonald=] and Barry "The Fish" Melton. They kept the name even as they added others as full members.
13th Oct '16 10:55:08 PM thelivingtoad
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* When Music/Maroon5's keyboardist James Valentine quit the band in 2012, the band replaced him with P.J. Moore. Valentine returned to the band after two years, but Moore remained in the band, meaning that Maroon 5 is now a six-piece.

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* When Music/Maroon5's keyboardist James Valentine quit the band in 2012, the band replaced him with P.J. Moore. Valentine returned to the band after two years, but Moore remained in the band, remained, meaning that Maroon 5 is now a six-piece.
13th Oct '16 10:54:51 PM thelivingtoad
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* When Music/Maroon5's keyboardist James Valentine quit the band in 2012, the band replaced him with P.J. Moore. Valentine returned to the band after two years, but Moore remained in the band, meaning that Maroon 5 is now a six-piece.
21st Jun '16 1:22:25 PM gewunomox
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* Pretty much any band of youngsters identified as "boys", "girls" (maybe less so) or "kids" (i.e. BackstreetBoys, TheBeachBoys, NewKidsOnTheBlock) where the members have grown up automatically becomes this. It happened to Music/SonicYouth long before their hiatus and will apply to Youth Group (whose biggest hit to date is a cover of Alphaville's "Forever Young") if they ever emerge from their own hiatus.

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* Pretty much any band of youngsters identified as "boys", "girls" (maybe less so) or "kids" (i.e. BackstreetBoys, TheBeachBoys, NewKidsOnTheBlock) Music/BackstreetBoys, Music/TheBeachBoys, Music/NewKidsOnTheBlock) where the members have grown up automatically becomes this. It happened to Music/SonicYouth long before their hiatus and will apply to Youth Group (whose biggest hit to date is a cover of Alphaville's "Forever Young") if they ever emerge from their own hiatus.
21st Jun '16 4:13:10 AM gewunomox
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* DuranDuran's 1983 followup to their breakthrough smash album ''Rio'' was called ''Seven and the Ragged Tiger'', after a storyline that Simon [=LeBon=] had originally envisioned going through all the songs about a group of rebels challenging a repressive state. During the album's [[TroubledProduction/{{Music}} difficult production history]], that idea was dropped in favor of just getting the record finished on time. Other than the title, it survives only in the concept for the "New Moon on Monday" video (more evident in the longer version).

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* DuranDuran's Music/DuranDuran's 1983 followup to their breakthrough smash album ''Rio'' was called ''Seven and the Ragged Tiger'', after a storyline that Simon [=LeBon=] had originally envisioned going through all the songs about a group of rebels challenging a repressive state. During the album's [[TroubledProduction/{{Music}} difficult production history]], that idea was dropped in favor of just getting the record finished on time. Other than the title, it survives only in the concept for the "New Moon on Monday" video (more evident in the longer version).
25th May '16 7:13:16 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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* The "TVT" in now-defunct record label TVT Records technically stands for "[=TeeVee=] Toons": The label's first release was ''Television's Greatest Hits'', a compilation of TV {{theme song}}s. Though TVT kept releasing the occasional collection of tv themes or commercial jingles throughout it's run, it became better known for music well outside that niche, signing successful acts such as NineInchNails and LilJon.

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* The "TVT" in now-defunct record label TVT Records technically stands for "[=TeeVee=] Toons": The label's first release was ''Television's Greatest Hits'', a compilation of TV {{theme song}}s. Though TVT kept releasing the occasional collection of tv themes or commercial jingles throughout it's run, it became better known for music well outside that niche, signing successful acts such as NineInchNails Music/NineInchNails and LilJon.
10th May '16 12:03:25 PM Fritzburgh
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* Bossa Nova means "new beat" in Portuguese, but it hasn't been new since the 1960s.
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