Tuesday, 21 April 2020

TTT: Book Titles That Would Make Good Band Names


I often read book titles and think that they could be song titles but I'd never really given much thought to book titles as band names so this was a fun exercise!

I'm really looking forward to seeing what others come up with for this prompt!

Now, I haven't read all the books I've featured but the songs are all songs on my playlists from various stages of my life... Make of that what you will! 😉

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Bad Romeo & Broken Juliet 

(by Leisa Rayven)

I couldn't choose between these two so I'm cheating and including them both!
I'm thinking they'd suit an alt. rock band... Like, Night Riots.



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Finding Cinderella

(by Colleen Hoover)

I'm thinking this would suit an Indie Rock band... Like, Scouting For Girls.



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Mud Vein

(by Tarryn Fisher)

This has got to be a Heavy Metal band, right?



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Seeing Stars 

(by J. Sterling)

This would be for a pop rock band!



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Till Death 

(by Jennifer L. Armentrout)

I'm thinking thrash metal for this one!



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Black Magic Sanction


(by Kim Harrison)

Symphonic Metal! Has to be!
Nightwish sprung straight to mind when trying to link titles to bands so...



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Sins of Seven 


(by Penelope Ward)

Another one that would suit a metal band...



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Finding Eden 

(by Mia Sheridan)

I went back and forth on what kind of band Finding Eden would be and settled on some kind of symph metal again but this time more like Within Temptation.



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Molly's Millions


 (by Victoria Connelly)

I'm thinking angry chick band for Molly's Millions... Alt/indie rock maybe?



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Undercover Bromance

(by Lyssa Kay Adams)

I'm thinking something punk poppy rocky for this one!



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So, whatcha think? 
Did you take part in this prompt? If so, leave me your links!



39 comments:

  1. Lots of metal bands! I've never even heard of symphonic metal... that's a thing? LOL Finding Eden makes me thing of some 90's angry grrrl rock band. Haha!

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    1. I was once (still a little bit am) a metal head. :)
      There's lots of varients of metal music. Heavy, Symphonic, Thrash, Death, Nu to name but a few!

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  2. I love Finding Cinderella as a band name.

    My TTT.

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  3. I love your choices. I did think of adding what type of music but I'm so uneducated on subgenres of music that I was ending up repeated the same things like 'pop' or 'heavy metal' too much, 😂

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  4. This prompt is so fun! Love your picks and the way you thought about what kind of band they would be.

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  5. Well, the band Bad Romeo beat you to the punch. Mud Vein could be grunge too (like Mudhoney). This is my second Undercover Bromance spotting, but I agree, a great name for a pop-punk band or maybe a boy band.

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  6. Mud Vein would definitely be heavy metal.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

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  7. These are such great choices! I love Finding Cinderella for a name!

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  8. I really like your picks, and the way you "illustrated" each one with a musical example. Molly's Millions would be a great name, and so would Finding Cinderella.

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  9. This is a great list! I really like Finding Eden and Molly's Millions!

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  10. I love how you included sample music for each title :). Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet sound super interesting!

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  11. I really like Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet as band names!

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  12. You're right, so many book titles would be great song titles too. Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet would be awesome names for a couple of bands with the same manager that liked to tour together.

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  13. I've read some of Kim Harrisons books and like some of the songs here.

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  14. I'm loving this topic and what everyone has come up with. Those are ALL fantastic!

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  15. Omg, I would totally listen to an indie rock band called Finding Cinderella :)
    My TTT

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  16. It is hard to choose between Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet. I love them both as band names.

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  17. I like Bad Romeo. I also love Finding Cinderella. Great choices.

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  18. UNDERCOVER BROMANCE is a great book title and band title. Love it!

    Happy TTT!

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  19. This is such an awesome topic. :) Broken Juliet and Black Magic Sanction are killer names! I like Finding Eden too.

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  20. These are fun! All new books too. Great job.

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  21. These are fun. New books to me as well. Great job!

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  22. Molly's Millions is great. Love your list.

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  23. Black Magic Sanction - I would totally listen to that.

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  24. This prompt is so much fun. I love how you included videos of the bands you would compare the book titles to. Great idea.

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  25. Oh great picks - I particularly love Undercover Bromance 😂

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  26. Love that you also included the kind of music that they'd play :)

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  27. Bad Romeo would be a great band name!

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  28. A band called Bad Romeo Broken Juliet would be good! Great book covers too!

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  29. Oh my gosh, I love this list! All of these fit the genres of music so well! So fun that you included music because it can totally picture it!

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  30. Great minds think alike! I had Undercover Bromance on my list this week too. Love all of your picks and could easily see them all as band names. :)

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  31. Such a fun prompt! I love that you explained the type of band the title would go with. :)

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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  32. lol this such a great top 10 XD def agree with the first.

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  33. Great list! I'd definitely listen to Mud Vein and Molly's Millions.

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  34. Oh some of these would be so awesome!

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  35. I love how you added music videos to indicate the type of band! I really like Bad Romeo or Broken Juliet as a band name.

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