Thursday, January 27, 2011

Blood and semen might be in Gaga's new scent. What should other band's perfumes smell like?

Posted By on Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 11:33 AM

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Perfumers these days can bottle just about any smell you'd want to have spritzed across your body. I thought scent makers went too far when that crazy Vienna guy manufactured phials of vaginal scent (which, according to the website, is not a perfume, but whatever).
Point is, there's a market for just about any kind of smell, but Lady Gaga may be going too far with her supposed brand of blood and semen perfume. (I mean, how did she know what I spritzed myself with before going out on the town? That shit's supposed to be secret.) It certainly fits well with the image of a woman who once performed in a meat dress.

What do you think the perfumes of other bands and artists would smell like? Here's one to get the ball rolling:

Though Animal Collective's crew has found mainstream acceptance, early in their career they were dogged with distain for being pretentious hipster icons. For the AC brand perfume, I'm going to mix two parts rotten hay, one part unwashed hobo, and a sprig of orange -- because that was all I could smell the last time I went to one of their concerts.

What are some other bands whose bottled scents you can nail down? Maybe Eau de the Black Lips, for example? (We're thinking vomit, whiskey and silly string.) Tell us!

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