Inspired by @HisDudeness, meet my supergroup "Yelling At Sneezers"
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    On bass. . . . Tina Weymouth.
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    Rhythm section has to hold it all together and Talking Heads bassist is boss.
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    On backup bass . . . John Entwistle
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    The only member of The Who with formal music training. Enuf said. Wall of sound.
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    On drums . . . Stewart Copeland
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    Backbone of the Police, his reggae influences and precise beat will play well here.
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    On tambourine . . . Betty
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    She can sing too!
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    On keyboards . . . Paul Schafer
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    He already plays with every supergroup and tribute concert and he needs a steady gig now. Plus he can play anything.
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    On harmonica . . . Bob Dylan
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    The random notes and non-musical melodies will anger the others and every band needs some creative tension.
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    On rhythm guitar stage left . . . George Harrison
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    He brings some spirituality to the group and can contribute backup vocals. Might be hard to get him out of the studio and on the road however.
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    On rhythm guitar stage right . . . Carrie Brownstein
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    We need the raw power of Sleater-Kinney here and the brains and humor of Carrie in the songwriting
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    Lead guitar . . . The Edge
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    The band is playing a lot of soaring anthems. We need The Edge.
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    Co-lead vocals . . . Billie Jo Armstrong
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    Green Day's punk poet with the Broadway story telling lyrics can bring it sonically. We're going to change the world with this outfit and he's the frontman we need. Co-need.
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    Co-lead vocals . . . Danny Elfman
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    Oingo Boingo's front man has vocal range and is so musically talented he'll lead the songwriters room.
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    On backup vocals . . . The Shirelles
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    We need some Motown sound here and these women can sing.
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    On backup vocals . . . The Pips
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    More Motown singers and these guys can dance too.
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    Tour Opening Act . . . Sex Ba Bomb
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    They play very short songs. Perfect for an opening act.
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    Tour Opening Second Act . . . The Swanky Modes
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    Bring some class and danceable soul to the stage to get the crowd ready.
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    Tour Opening Third Act . . .Spinal Tap
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    They'd get lost backstage thus getting my super band on stage before 9 pm
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    Introducing . . . The supergroup "Yelling At Sneezers"
    Playing post punk alternative sound collages with moments of dance trance and a healthy collection of sonically soaring political power anthems.