Stephie's dad completed a random order Rolling Stones alphabet order in 51.31 seconds.
Mick Cullen named 26 bands, each beginning with a different letter of
the alphabet, in 10.90 seconds.
Viktor O. named 10 Paramore songs in 3.67 seconds.
Charlie Todd named 40 CDs by The Cure and their release years while
holding them in one minute, 1.88 seconds. He set the record with his
Todd performed the feat at a World Record Appreciation Society
event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Jordan and 14 of her classmates formed a classroom band. Each contributor used classroom items to play their part in their debut song.
Carlos Santos played the drums for over 132 hours (7,978 minutes). Santos set the record to raise awareness and support for positive parenthood and against parental alienation. See entire attempt here.
Cody K. made a loom band measuring 22.5 inches long in three minutes.
Suresh G. balanced a drumstick on top of another drumstick for seven minutes, 4.88 seconds.
VTKlustrum named 75 bands or artists whose careers were alive during the 1970s in 30 seconds.
John B. has 10 tattoos of bands or band icons on his body.
Taylor Jones named 35 Black Eyed Peas songs in 20 seconds, a new
world record. Songs named included ‘Don’t Bring Me Down’, ‘Let’s Get It
Started’, and ‘Pump It Up’.
Jones set the record on June 27, 2009 in Miami, Florida. Ricky Jones
was present as a witness.
Jasper Jacobs and four members of his family played 18 instruments at
Tyler Hampton named 45 songs by KISS in one minute. He named 46
songs, but Makin’ Love was said twice.
Hampton achieved the feat at a World Record Appreciation Society
event held in San Francisco on September 24, 2009.
Adam Kelly named 25 Metallica songs in 30 seconds.
The RecordSetter Band performed 200 hits before playing "Sex
Machine" by James Brown. The record was set at a RecordSetter LIVE!
event at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, California.
107 people, including friends Of Ryelands Park, Lancashire County Council, The Dukes Theaters and community members from the Lancaster District of Ryelands, Skerton and Vale, wore fake mustaches in a conga line led by a Batala Band.
They set the record during the "This Side of The River" celebration, a project which aimed to bring arts engagement to some of the City of Lancaster's most deprived areas.
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