The band consisted of various ‘characters’, from across the land, such as Nice Guy 1. Nice Guy 1’s family emegrated from the foreign lands of Isle of Wight, where they would speak the language of their people. Originally Nice Guy 1 auditioned for the band as a saxaphone player, but due to the absence of his saxaphone, and being upstaged by Marshall Jones’ superb improv sax, he took up the drums, which was like a second nature to him.
Nice guy 2, also known as the former guitarist from Nine Inch Nails. Benny 7 found Nice Guy #2, a multi-instrumentalist, could be found on the corner of any given street at 4:20am, playing some slap bass, racking up a phat pipe of his homegrown bud, which is now known as ‘Bennyberry’ (winner of the Cannabis Cup ‘76.) He prefers to keep the alias ‘Nice Guy’ to retain his anonymity, and whenever he is reminded of his past, he simply kicks out the jams.
Nice Guy 3, a.k.a. the inventor of the Synthesizer, originally from Russia, he was brought up a communist, and has yet to learn that the Soviet Union no longer exists. Nice Guy 3 decided to put his words to use, and would become frontman for ‘Benny 7 and the Nice Guys’ when he noticed that he could only speak in rhyme. This was due to a small tumor located at the back of the brain. And Finally, Benny 7 himself.
Benny 7 was forced to fend for himself the young age of 5 months old, when his father, Benny 6, died of a heart attack on stage during his new novelty barroque-rock show ‘Benny 6 and the Blimps of Thyme’. It wasn’t long until Benny 7 stumbled upon Mr. B, financial advisor, entrepreneur, and creator of “Mr. B’s Penny Arcade.” Mr. B took Benny 7 under his wing, and brought him up into the cruel world, where Benny would soon learn that “if you want something to be done, you gonna fucking start a band.”
After Benny 7 and the Nice Guy’s first album, entitled “Mr. B’s Penny Arcade,” a homeage to the late, great Mr. B, Benny 7 believed that the band was missing something crutial, due to album sales not even budging, so 60 years after recording the first album, Jesuit Tinfoil Jr., a local coke dealer who recently heard about Benny 7 and the Nice Guys in local news, believed he could help nurture the band and give it the ‘hip hop’ appeal it needed. Unfortunately due to the addictiveness of coke, and the limited supply, Jesuit would constantly cause problems for the band, using the profit made from album sales purely for his addiction.
Contrary to popular belief, Benny 7 and the Nice Guys’ album “20ten” was recorded before Prince’s album of the same name. (Recorded on January 1st 2010, edited on January 2nd 2010 and released January 2nd 2010.)
Edited by Scat_Elf on 30 Jul 2010, 15:14
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