Here's the rules. Post a band name starting with the last letter of the last band posted. If you name a band that's been already been named, you're out. You can use solo artists but they must known. No cheating and making up names, either. Feel free to challenge other people on the validity of their post. Last one to post unchallenged wins. : )
Start with Smashing Pumpkins (the next band name must start with an S, since it's the last letter in Smashing Pumpkins)
2 quick questions...who is gonna check if no one is double posting..cuz things can get to be like...pages long...and how would I know what other people know? Dont get me wrong, I am ALL FOR this game..I could fill the forums with band and artist names...but how would I know if they are considered..known? there's lots of people here the world over...
Sorry. No one will ever be the last if people are allowed to continue once they break the rules. There actually is supposed to be an ending to the game where someone comes out on top. It's simply a way to keep it from lasting forever, cuz there are millions of bands.
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