Posted by Miri Barak on April 05, 2005
In Reply to: Re: Backbacon boys and N`SQL posted by Brian from Shawnee on April 05, 2005
: : Hello dear friends
: : The computer makes impossible matches between music groups.
: : I would like to know if Backbacon boys and N'SQL are real names or parody on real groups and what are the real ones if it rings a bell?
: : Thank you very much
: : just for context:
: : It is said that the computer also matches hip hop and new country.
: Backbacon Boys (fake) = Backstreet Boys (real)
: N'SQL (fake) = N'Sync (real)
: Both groups are "boy bands" with 5 ostentibly clean-cut youngsters (aged about 18-23?) with sweet lyrics and bouncy machine-made pop rhythms that created and marketed to appeal to the female pre-teen set, although they do seem to appeal to some other market segments.
: By the way, I don't know if this matters but "backbacon" is considered a Canadian staple.
: As for matching hip hop with new country, go figure computers!
thank you so much Brian.
I myself found a group by the name of "bacon boys" (a real one).
I understand that backbacon is a kind of meat.
Could it be a parody on "bacon boys"?