Here are the instructions:
--Go to the Wikipedia home page and click "Random Article". The result is your band's name.
--Click "Random Article" again; the result is your album name.
--Click "Random Article" 15 more times; those results are the tracks on your album.
Band Name: Anoglypta (Hey, it's actually kind of cool sounding!)
Album: Gregory Bruce Campbell (Apparently he's an electric bassist.)
- Assembly Shell (Graphing Calculator) (a hit among the math geek crowd.)
- Glossary of Terms in Hinduism
- Factoid (hee hee!)
- Petko Slaveykov (19th-century Bulgarian poet & folklorist)
- Central Delhi (an administrative district in India)
- Sone Station (name of two train stations in Japan)
- My Ladye Nevells Booke (actually makes sense-- it's a compilation of keyboard pieces)
- Char Bouba War (a 30-year war of the 1600s-- somewhere in the Sahara)
- Carolyn H. Justice (the NC General Assembly member from the 16th district. Well, duh! ;o) Ok, not really.)
- Liv Kristine (a Norwegian vocalist. I guess my fellow Anoglypta members really like her work...)
- Hans Keller ("an Austrian-born British musician and writer who made significant contributions to musicology and music criticism, and invented the method of 'Wordless Functional Analysis' (in which a work is analysed in musical sound alone, without any words being heard or read)." Uh. . . ok.)
- Adrigole (a very small Irish village)
- Mills Blue Rhythm Band (an American big band of the 30s)
- Elite Residence ("a supertall skyscraper under construction in Dubai"-- will stand 1,247 feet tall, with 91 floors.)
- Sziklai Pair (some electronics term-- "a configuration of two bipolar transistors, similar to a Darlington pair". Oh, of course. ;o))