"Frampton Comes Alive!" by Peter Frampton
Cheezy, wants to be cooler, mastered a piece of technology that became their special weapon.
"Hotel California" by the Eagles
Horny, greedy, fancies themselves irresistible to woman. Not respected by intellectuals.
"Rumours" by Fleetwood Mac
Sexy but kinda sour, incestuous, long flow-y gowns.
"Cat Scratch Fever" by Ted Nugent
Loud, hairy, and always firing a gun.
"Out Of The Blue" by Electric Light Orchestra
Lovable, unthreatening, and full of bleepy sound effects.
"Introducing Sparks" by Sparks
Kinda prissy and built to sound British, rather annoying, no one's favorite.
"A Farewell To Kings" by Rush
Distrustful of corrupt politicians, highly trained, fascinated by the balance of good and evil.
"Trans-Europe Express" by Kraftwerk
Human but robotic. Great as a team but kinda weak on their own.
"Never Mind The Bollocks" by The Sex Pistols
Violent, nihilistic, and extremely un-hygienic.
Grand Moff Tarkin
"Feels So Good" by Chuck Mangione
Heartless and not very hip. Enjoys causing pain.
"Rocket To Russia" by The Ramones
Badass, doesn't give a fuck, just doing their job, finished in under 3 minutes.
"Exodus" by Bob Marley and The Wailers
Tribal, Mysterious, Jammin'
"Aja" by Steely Dan
Hated by most, yet no one can defeat them. Motives uncertain.
"The Jazz Singer" soundtrack by Neil Diamond
Burdened by the legacy of their religion, talented but not sexy, balding.
"Women And Children First" by Van Halen
Ass-kicking, couldn't give a shit what you think, in it for the money.
"Ladies' Night" by Kool and the Gang
Smooth, getting their thing together, wears a cape sometimes, about to sell out.
"Sweet Dreams" by The Eurythmics
Intimidating, into dominance and submission, fluid sexuality.
"Pyromania" by Def Leppard
Thinks of itself as threatening but easily overpowered. Loses limbs.
"The Violent Femmes" self-titled album
Nasal, aggressive yet twerpy. Beloved.
Jabba The Hutt
"New York, New York: His Greatest Hits" by Frank Sinatra
In with the mob, surrounded by goons and yes-men, treats women like property.
"Kill 'Em All" by Metallica
Deadly, merciless, embraces the dark side.
"Swordfishtrombones" by Tom Waits
The lonesome piano, the endless nights in the cabaret, the booze and loose women.
"She's So Unusual" by Cyndi Lauper
Quirky girl power, so independent and yet desiring applause.
"Koyaanisqatsi" soundtrack by Phillip Glass
Insane, terrifying, infinite patience required,
"Come On Eileen' by Dexy's Midnight Runners
Jig-dancing, horn-playing, needs shampoo.
"90125" by Yes
Strategic perfection, technical mastery, owner of lonely heart.
"Sports" by Huey Lewis & The News
Friendly, just wants to party, been missing since the 80's.