September 23, 2008

Paint Color… Or Band Name?

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PAINT COLOR, OR BAND NAME? You decide. Make up your own, and submit it. If it is really funny, maybe we’ll put it on a t-shirt, color sample included, and mail it to you as a prize. Maybe we will come up with a design for Paint Color of the Month, and make yours famous.

Or maybe we’ll make up an album cover design to go with your idea. And put that on a t-shirt, and sell it.

By the way, these names are for sale for use as band names, $19.95 only. We believe that some bands- not all- properly ought to have two or more words in their names. We will be happy to consult with you about this. You may reach us at
featureditor@takebackourlanguage.com

It will be our pleasure to supply your band with a two-or-more word name, at a charge of only $9.95 per additional word.
Please contact us to submit your promotional material and sample recording for our review, so that we may provide you with names that are uniquely, suitably sensitive to the music you make.

Thank you!

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