Good Satirist Bands-(Is that even a genre?)

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  1. BimboBob

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    Anyone here like the Human League?
    The Barron Knights.
     
  2. lonestay

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    Steve n seagull you will never listen to AC/DC , iron maiden etc in quite the same way again !!!
     
  3. talkativesprout

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    what a good shout, cheers matey
     
  4. lonestay

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    Glad you enjoyed them talkative
     
  5. ballbag

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    What does it mean? What does it mean?

    I don't know if they'd be classed as satire but I like a bit of the Lovely Eggs.

     
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  7. paulbob

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    Talking of parody bands, I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned The Shirehorses
     
  8. Trevor Morley's Tache

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    Richard Cheese -Parody meets Lounge Singer.





     
  9. che_don_john

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    The Frogs are the first that come to mind when thinking about satirical bands.

    Fun and often offensive, but also really good songs in their own right.

    Watching them sing lyrics like "I only play for money, I don't give a fuck about the fans" in front of an audience is quite amusing but also their songs carried a broader message about the way the music industry was heading in the 90s; turns out they were quite the prophets.
     

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