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Wednesday March 1, 2006 12:04 am EST

For a moment, "the" bands were the rage: the Strokes, the White Stripes, the the the the the. Recently, we've been enjoying the rise of ridiculously long band names. In celebration of all names long, we present our five favorite band names that are phrases. P.S.: Our selections have absolutely no regard for the kind of music each band makes, we just like the names.

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Ed Loves Bacon

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Finally, we find out what Aaron likes. Ed discusses his tempered dislike of NASA along with a few other things. We also find out the power of the bleep button...'nuff said.

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