In the song Minor Thing by Red Hot Chili Peppers, when Anthony “Tony” Kiedis sings “I Change the key from C to D” he in fact does nothing to the pitch of the track.
In the song These Words by Natasha Bedingfield, she claims “these words are my own” when in actual fact every word used in the song is a pre-existing one in the public domain.
In The Smashing Pumpkins’ excellent Farewell and Goodnight, Billy Corgan sings “the sun shines, but I don’t.” However, he shines brighter than any other artist known to man.
Usher Hall in Edinburgh is further west than Trinity in Bristol
Soft Cell’s hit single ‘Tainted Love’ is widely believed to be a cover version, which it is.
The band Portishead were named after the town, not the other way round.
In the song Dreams, Fleetwood Mac sing ‘thunder only happens when it’s raining’. This is incorrect.
The singer Ariana Grande’s real name is Ariana Thousandpoundse
In ‘Two of America’s Most Wanted’ 2PAC states it ‘ain’t nothing but a gangsta party’, when in actual fact it was much, much more than that.
Contrary to the title of the Belle & Sebastian EP ‘Dog on Wheels’, dogs traditionally have legs.
Neil Young is actually quite old.
In the band ZZ Top, Frank Beard is the only one who isn’t actually very frank
In the Alice Cooper song Feed My Frankenstein, Frankenstein is the name of the bell.
Living In a Box was the single, and the album AND the band
It is conjecture if sadly any of them are now doing so…
Foo Fighters frontman David ‘Dave’ Grohl used to be the drummer in Grunge Heavyweights Nirvana.
Westlife once claimed to be ‘flying without wings’. They were not.
ABBA is an acronym of the first letter of the first name of each band member. Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Frida.
The Boards of Canada track Turquoise Hexagon Sun mistakenly refers to the sun by both the wrong colour and shape
Oasis weren’t very good.