Saturday, May 19, 2007

Name the Band 5

My dog is called Tusk. He will only remain in the same place if I command him with two different words, one after and one before his name. What do I shout?

14 comments:

Matthew McMurray said...

Finally got one!

Somebody of my age is at a distinct disadvantage with some of these bands though. I had to get Mike to tell me a couple of them.

My reply was, "WHO?"

St said...

Well done Matthew. Will try to pose some from the last ten years soon.

Matthew McMurray said...

Thanks mate. Unfortunately when I was at home (in Bristol) we used to have barbecues with much cider drinking and playing of this band's music.

Although there is a certain fondness remaining in my heart for those times, I am glad that music has moved on.

Kathryn said...

I can't make it work...I think I know the band, and the first command works but I'm puzzled by the second one.
Or is the second command one that might be applied to a horse??
I'm NOT supposed to be writing a sermon...so this is legal procrastination, very very strange!

Chemical said...

Nope ...

Matthew McMurray said...

Actually, I think it can

St said...

Stay Tusk, whoa

Chemical said...

Oh dear

Kathryn said...

So the horsey bit was right. OK. That must exhaust the bands I've actually heard of, but I'm enjoying myself...

WW said...

Kathryn - are you really 251?

Mike Peatman said...

dang de dang de dang. How many chords?

Caroline said...

nope, you've lost me now

Matthew McMurray said...

3?

Kathryn said...

No, though I feel like it this evening! ..but I spent all my formative years (parties excepted) listening to nothing but classical music, till my kids hit their teens. ...it means there's a darned sight more gaps than knowledge re anything else.