The Wikipedia Fakebandica; or Rocklopedia Fakebandica 2: Electronic Bookaloo
Hello and welcome to a (hopefully) grand experiment! The Rocklopedia Fakebandica is going wiki! Why? There's just too dang many fictional bands out there for one person to keep up with! Currently, we have 2,240 fake bands listed!
Click here to find out HOW DO I ADD A BAND?
Where is the old site? Right here.
Not all of the old site is cut and pasted in here yet, so if you can't find something, feel free to add it yourself!
What's copied over: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, U, V, W, X, Y, Z.
What's not copied: T.
This site is under a Creative Commons license.
Rules? Sure, a few:
- Keep it real. - Please only bands/musicians from published sources. There's plenty out there; you don't need to make up any on your own. Cite as much source information as possible.
- Keep it honest. - Please don't cut and paste other people's work.
- Keep it clean. - Please only use four letter words only when they are direct quotes, or part of a band's name, lyrics, album title, etc.
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- MediaWiki FAQ
- Consult the User's Guide for detailed information on using the wiki software.
- Rock Fiction pathfinder
- Brown, K. D. (Ed.), An Annotated Bibliography and Reference List of Musical Fiction Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, c2005.
- Gibbs, John R. "A Bibliography of Musical Fiction." University of Washington, Seattle.
- Whitman, Brian. "Ten Thousand Statistically Grammar-Average Fake Band Names." from: Ellis, Daniel, Brian Whitman, Adam Berenzweig and Steve Lawrence. "The Quest For Ground Truth in Musical Artist Similarity." In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. 13-17 October 2002, Paris, France.