Your Comprehensive Guide to Band Names as Food

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Using the Schrodinger equation, in conjunction with a quantum harmonic oscillator to efficiently fuse two non-sentient objects together, we here at DC9 at Night have created a  giant-ass list. Please be cautious when reading, as prolonged exposure can lead to headaches, extreme diaphragm tension, and heavy-genitals syndrome.

And so, we present, 100 bands-as-food puns.

1. Radiobread
2. Jack White Truffles
3. Bon Bons Iver
4. Alabama Milkshakes
5. LMFAOkra
6. Flaming Cheetos Lips
7. Gary Numan's Own Salad Dressing
8. Ted Nougat
9. Bananas Foster the People (and their hit single "Pumped Up Kix")
10. Edith Rice Piaf

11. Toro Sushi Y Moi
12. Cake
13. Bone Thugs 'N Hominy Grits
14. Souffle Stevens
15. M&M's Ward
16. Cayenne West
17. BBQ King
18. Erykah BaHoneyDew
19. Akon Nuts
20. Polyphonic Spree (By Nestlé)
21. Goatye Cheese
22. Ice Tea
23. Kelly Clarkbarson
24. Macaroon 5
25. Sherbet Bacharach
26. Jimmies Hendrix
27. Ariel Pink Lemonade
28. Pink Lemonade Floyd
29. Kris KrisToffeerson
30. Passion Fruit Pit
31. The Very Best Slice of Pizza
32. Against Meat!
33. CocoaRosie
34. Coldpizzaplay
35. Bruce Springchickensteen
36. Lychee Li
37. Toby Heath
38. Kenny Chestnutsy
39. The Beef Shins
40. Hootie and the Fugu
41. Fiona Apple
42. Neutral Milk Hotel
43. Orangina Spektor
44. Figur Ros
45. Best Toast
46. Santigold Leaf
47. Fried Bear in Heaven
48. Hot Chips
49. John Mayoer
50. Cut Celery Chemist

51. Lana Del Taco Rey
52. Arcade Woodfire Pizza
53. A Place to Berry Strangers
54. Dirty Martini Projectors
55. Neil Egg Foo Young
56. Lemonade
57. Gold Panda Express
58. Belle Peppers and Sebastian
59. Sleigh Bell Peppers
60. Eminem
61. Hershey KISSes
62. Neon Indian Curry
63. B.Y.o.B.
64. Sandwich Train
65. Lambchops
66. Red Hot Chili Peppers
67. Cheese Wiz Khalifa
68. Miike Snowcones
69. The Mars Bar Volta
70. Big K.R.I.T. K.A.T. B.A.R.
71. fun. yuns.
72. The Cranberries
73. Carolina Chocolate Drops
74. Lamb of God
75. Van Kalen
76. Meat Loaf
77. Paul McFoodCartney
78. Ringo Starr Fruit
79. Tim McCraw Fish
80. Ani DiFranksandbeansco
81. Skittlex
82. Snoop Hott Dogg
83. The Blackened Chicken Salad Keys
84. The White Chocolate Stripes
85. The Celery Roots
86. Smashing Pumpkins
87. Phish Tacos
88. We Were Promised Cheeseburgers
89. John Wine
90. Grateful Bread
91. Justin Keebler
92. Naan Inch Nails
93. Young Cheezy
94. Rascal Flatbreads
95. Demitasse Lovato
96. Band of Horse Meats
97. Sausage Linkin Park
98. Kenny Rogers Roasters
99. Hall & Rolled Oates
100. Steely Dan Dan Noodles

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