Icelandic bands that have rude words or meanings in their nameOne of the early bands of Björk, Tappi Tíkarrass, which means “Cork the Bitch’s Ass” was given after band member Jakob’s father claimed that the band’s music “fitted like a cork in a bitch’s ass”.
The band in the movie/documentary Rokk í Reykjavík:
Megas & Tappi Tíkarrass together on stage, with the help of Björk's sister Inga Guðmundsdóttir and Rose McDowall (vocals for Current 93, Ornamental, Psychic TV, Death in June, etc.).
Inga Guðmundsdóttir & Björk did the backing vocals on Megas' Album 'Loftmynd".
The band Kolrassa Krókríðandi or "Blackassed motherfuckers" was formed in Keflavík by four 16-year old girls: Elíza M. Geirsdóttir (singer of band Skandinavia, now solo), Sigrún Eiríksdóttir, Ester Bíbí Ásgeirsdóttir (now in band Singapore Sling) & Birgitta Vilbergsdóttir. They choose the English band name Bellatrix, not as rude as blackassed...
Óttarr Proppé (once in HAM, also member of Dr. Spock) is member of the band Rass, means "arse". They released the album "Andstaða" in 2005.
"Umboðsmaður Íslands" Video
Fist Fokkers, the duo Úlfur & Kári
Fist Fokkers @ MySpace
Pornopop, the band of the brothers Águst & Pétur Einarsson
Pornopop Album @ Slow Songs
Bang Gang, not "gang bang"
"I know you sleep" Video, a song of 3. Album "Ghosts from the past" (2008)
The band of Atli Fannar Bjarkason (former Editor of Monitor Magazine), Hölt Hóra, "limping hooker/prostitute"
"Vændiskonan" Video, a song of their Debut Album "Love me like you elskar mig" (2005)