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3rd Jan '16 3:24:36 PM StFan
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* Music/{{Gorillaz}}, are a BandToon in the real world, which means that their members are a group of four cartoon characters.
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* Music/{{Gorillaz}}, Music/{{Gorillaz}} are a BandToon in the real world, which means that their members are a group of four cartoon characters.

* Music/{{Gorillaz}}, are a BandToon in the real world, which means that their members are a group of four cartoon characters.

[[AC:ComicBooks]] * In ''{{Pondus}}'', Pondus believes that a certain rock band truly lives the creed of "Drugs, Sex & Rock'n'Roll". In one strip, the band is shown working out and eating healthy food. Suddenly their manager come in and yell at them that the journalists will be there any minute. And thus, they quickly trash themselves down to look as if they have been partying and boozing up all night. Then the scene switches to Pondus and his wife watching the television. A journalist is (or probably rather is pretending to be) surprised that the band members manage to stay healthy with this lifestyle. The singer explains this with "It's rock'n'roll", baby. It becomes a lifestyle." and Pondus tries to get his wife to accept this message as gospel. [[AC:{{Film}}]] * In ''Film/TropicThunder'', Alpa Chino is a rapper [[spoiler: who is overly heterosexual in his music and videos, but is secretly gay.]] [[AC:LiveActionTV]]
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[[AC:ComicBooks]] [[foldercontrol]] [[folder:Comic Strips]] * In ''{{Pondus}}'', ''ComicStrip/{{Pondus}}'', Pondus believes that a certain rock band truly lives the creed of "Drugs, Sex & Rock'n'Roll". In one strip, the band is shown working out and eating healthy food. Suddenly their manager come in and yell at them that the journalists will be there any minute. And thus, they quickly trash themselves down to look as if they have been partying and boozing up all night. Then the scene switches to Pondus and his wife watching the television. A journalist is (or probably rather is pretending to be) surprised that the band members manage to stay healthy with this lifestyle. The singer explains this with "It's rock'n'roll", baby. It becomes a lifestyle." and Pondus tries to get his wife to accept this message as gospel. [[AC:{{Film}}]] gospel. [[/folder]] [[folder:Films -- Live-Action]] * In ''Film/TropicThunder'', Alpa Chino is a rapper [[spoiler: who [[spoiler:who is overly heterosexual in his music and videos, but is secretly gay.]] [[AC:LiveActionTV]]]] [[/folder]] [[folder:Live-Action TV]]

[[AC:WesternAnimation]] * Lead-singer Jem from WesternAnimation/JemAndTheHolograms (is a holographic projection protecting the identity of Jerrica, the company owner).
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1st Jan '16 4:13:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* The County Medical Examiners are two {{Carcass}}-loving physicians joined by a much older, avant-garde physician who play DeathMetal based on what they see in their field. After years of mystery, it was implied in 2012 that the whole band was simply a side-project of musician Matt Widener (ex-Exhumed/Cretin).
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* The County Medical Examiners are two {{Carcass}}-loving Music/{{Carcass}}-loving physicians joined by a much older, avant-garde physician who play DeathMetal based on what they see in their field. After years of mystery, it was implied in 2012 that the whole band was simply a side-project of musician Matt Widener (ex-Exhumed/Cretin).
4th Apr '15 3:47:51 PM MikeK
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* Servotron performed as a band of robots, whose music was meant to promote [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters robotic uprisings against humans]], as well as to encourage humans to become {cyborg}}s.
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* Servotron performed as a band of robots, whose music was meant to promote [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters robotic uprisings against humans]], as well as to encourage humans to become {cyborg}}s.{{cyborg}}s.
4th Apr '15 3:47:31 PM MikeK
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* Servotron performed as a band of robots, whose music was meant to promote [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters robotic uprisings against humans]], as well as to encourage humans to become {cyborg}}s.
14th Jan '15 12:16:59 AM FurryKef
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does a mucician play mucic?
Compare "{{Kayfabe}}" from ProfessionalWrestling. One subtrope is RobotOrSpacemanAlterEgo. Contrast AnonymousBand, where the mucicians simply hide their identities, and FakeBand, where the band itself is fictional.
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Compare "{{Kayfabe}}" from ProfessionalWrestling. One subtrope is RobotOrSpacemanAlterEgo. Contrast AnonymousBand, where the mucicians musicians simply hide their identities, and FakeBand, where the band itself is fictional.
11th Nov '14 1:24:15 AM RevolutionStone
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* Music/DirEnGrey's vocalist, Music/{{Kyo}}, presents a facade of being the personification of InsaneEqualsViolent onstage, even self-injuring for ''real'' on a level equivalent to Music/{{Mayhem}}'s Dead. In RealLife, however, he is reported to be shy, intelligent, and ''most definitely not'' suffering from extreme mental illness or violent.
11th Nov '14 1:20:26 AM RevolutionStone
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* In Music/{{Versailles}}, the band members were vampiric immortal aristocrats from the Romantic era. A FunnyAneurysmMoment (and the ultimate breaking of the kayfabe) ensued when Jasmine You died in RealLife.
9th Sep '14 4:29:57 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* Music/AliceCooper was originally the name of the band as a whole, but frontman Vincent Damon Furnier eventually turned it into a fictional, psychopathic character. Behind the scenes, Furnier is, at least in modern times, mild, straight-laced and conservative.
9th Sep '14 4:21:40 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* Music/{{Devo}} has gone through a few permutations of this; it's essentially them, except with sci-fi bases, an idiot manager that doesn't understand them, a giant baby (Booji), and their...uh...leader, General Boy. They always did claim to be a corporation, which got a lot funnier in the mid-90's when they reformed as a soundtrack company. ** And then there's bass player Jerry Casale's side-album as Jihad Jerry, essentially Stephen Colbert as a Muslim blues musician. * Music/TheResidents are never seen in public without their trademark eyeball masks.
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* Music/{{Devo}} has gone through a few permutations of this; it's essentially them, except with sci-fi bases, an idiot manager that doesn't understand them, a giant baby (Booji), and their...uh...leader, General Boy. They always did claim to be a corporation, which got a lot funnier in the mid-90's when they reformed as a soundtrack company. ** company. And then there's bass player Jerry Casale's side-album as Jihad Jerry, essentially Stephen Colbert as a Muslim blues musician. * Music/TheResidents are never seen in public without their trademark eyeball masks. There's a general assumption that the four "managers" that appear with them and speak on their behalf are at least partially composed of the actual members of the band.

* {{Buckethead}} is in fact the guitarist from...Guns 'n' Roses, I think. On stage, however, he is a frightening man with a KFC bucket on his head and a thoroughly disturbing oeuvre.
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* {{Buckethead}} is in fact the guitarist from...Guns 'n' Roses, I think. On stage, persona of Brian Patrick Carroll, who is so socially awkward that he invented the character to hide his face and distance himself from his audience. People who know him, however, he is a frightening man with a KFC bucket on say that his head and a thoroughly disturbing oeuvre.behavior "in character" is basically just him being himself.
9th Sep '14 4:13:55 PM Surenity
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* {{Music/Kraftwerk}} are robots, who became less human as time progressed.
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* {{Music/Kraftwerk}} are robots, who became less human as time progressed. They even give interviews as their mechanical robot selves.
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