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Post by TheGoodWitchoftheNorth » Mon Dec 05, 2005 11:03 pm

Stick Man wrote:Isn't there a band called The Blur?
If so that's my guess for the blurry man next to Alice in Chains.
I took that one!
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Post by worldofnoise » Mon Dec 05, 2005 11:36 pm

so how many bands are left?
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Post by Stick Man » Wed Dec 07, 2005 6:40 pm

TheGoodWitchoftheNorth wrote:
Stick Man wrote:Isn't there a band called The Blur?
If so that's my guess for the blurry man next to Alice in Chains.
I took that one!

I wasn't reading other posts...

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Post by Eager To Please » Wed Dec 07, 2005 6:55 pm

worldofnoise wrote:so how many bands are left?
19

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Post by twistinside1980 » Fri Dec 09, 2005 2:32 am

ok how about cypress hill near section 2 or 3 beside the king kong looking thing. there's a cypress tree on a hill.
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Post by Silver Ginger » Thu Jan 05, 2006 8:19 am

Not sure exactly how accurate these are, but another site I visit reckons there are 150 bands on the pic.

If you wanna know them click this link..........................
http://www.shexiewouie.co.uk/bands.html
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Post by ekeown » Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:31 pm

I really enjoyed this game, and had a few other band names but people stopped paying and this thread died. I figured since I enjoyed it so much I'd finish off what I knew, and tried to find some more. Anyone else who wants to play is welcome to join in.

Bee Gees - B G G graphitti on building; section 8

below is the formating information as well as a list off all the found, and debated bands
____________________________________

OK to make things easier I decided to divide the picture into 12 section for refencing location in the image. the 12 sections are made up from 3 rows, 4 columns. So it would look like this mapped out:

_1__2__3__4_
_5__6__7__8_
_9_10_11_12_

So it make things easier for everyone I ask that we all post as close as possible to this format:


Band name - description of the image where you got the band name; section image is located

example:
Red Hot CHili Peppers - red peppers in produce stand; section 12

Found bands:
  • Red Hot CHili Peppers - red peppers in produce stand; section 12
    Gorillaz - giant apes in skyline; sections 2, 3, & 4
    Alice in Chains - Alice in Wonderland girl wrapped with chains; section 8
    Radiohead - man with boombox for a head; section 7
    Guns N' Roses - vases with roses and shotguns; section 9
    Whitesnake - large snake coiled around light pole; section 6
    Smashing Pumpkins - Gallhager-esque man crushing pumkins; section 11
    Led Zeppelin - Blimp (zeppelin); section 2
    Rolling Stones - tumbling boulders; section 7
    Sex pistols - vibrator guns; section 10
    The Pixies - flying fairies; section 1 & 5
    The Doors - colorful doors; section 6
    The Eagles - eagles; section 4 & 8
    Matchbox 20 - "20" spelt out with matchboxes; section 11
    the B-52s - large planes; section 2 & 3
    The Cars - automobiles; section 7
    Scissor Sisters - two pink pairs of scissors; section 11
    Queen - victorian era woman with the vibrator guns; section 10
    Prince - victorian era boy being held up; section section 11
    fifty cent - half dollar coin; section 10
    Blind Melon - Watermelon with sunglasses in produce stand; section 12
    Hole - pit in road; section 7
    Dead Kennedys - posters of John and Robert Kennedy on wall; section 5
    Spoon - large spoon; section 8
    Kiss - two girls kissing; section 6
    KoRn - corn in produce stand; section 12
    The Lemonhead - lemons with smiley faces in produce stand; section 12
    Seal - poster of circus seal; section 5
    The Police - policemen; section 7
    Blur - blurry man; section 8
    Twisted Sister - two contortionist women; section 7
    Deep Purple - purple building; section 7
    Eels - two eels on the ground; section 10
    Garbage - knocked over trash and trach can; section 7
    Green Day - filled in green date on calender; section 12
    Black Flag - black flag; section 7
    White Zombie - undead man painted white; section 5
    Nine Inch Nails - nails on ground; section 11
    Black Crowes - black birds on main street sign; section 8
    Great White - Shark poster; section 6
    White Stripes - cross walk striping; section 6, 7, & 8
    U2 - U U graphitti on building; section 8
    Madonna - painting of mother and child; section 5
    Cowboy Junkies - Cowboy shooting up, and strung out Cowboy on lightpost; section 8
    Iron Maiden - metal torture cabinet on cross walk; section 6
    The Postal Service - mail carrier getting mail from the mailbox; section 5
    Phish - Gold Fish bowl on the ground; section 12
    Crowded House - over crowded party in apartment; section 8
    Carpenters - men working on top of apartment; section 4
    Dinosaur Jr. - tiny stegosaurus; section 9
    Ratt - rat; section 7
    The Beach Boys - two surfers; section 8
    Pet Shop Boys - Boy standing under Pet shop sign; section 9
    Cake - large cake on ground; section 9
    Skinny Puppy - very thin young chihuahua; section 9
    Cypress Hill - cyrpress tree on top of grassy hill; sections 3
    Bee Gees - B G G graphitti on building; section 8
    Scorpion - Scorpion near the cake; section 9
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Post by the_laughing_world » Mon Jan 30, 2006 2:34 pm

this indeed was a fun game. and for a sec i thought i found viper but it appeared to be 'whitesnake' (makes more sense) insted.

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Post by ekeown » Mon Jan 30, 2006 3:31 pm

yeah that's what I think the Viper mentioning refers to, but I'd definitely say that it is meant to be White Snake. Plus a viper refers to a particular family of snakes where as white snake would be any snake that is white in color...which the one pictured is. So I'm removing it from the where list...which there by kills the where list.

Also since no one has disputed my judgements on the debated list that was posted at the beginning of December, so I went ahead and added them list of band names.

Scorpion - Scorpion near the cake; section 9
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