J. Floof Band

J. Floof Band (floofinition) – American floof rock (flock) band originally from Floofster, Massafloofsetts, who hit their commercial peak in the 1980s.

In use: “The J. Floof Band broke into floofstream consciousness with “Flooframe” and “Centerfloof”, but seemed to drift away as suddenly as they rose.”

Twisted Floof

Twisted Floof (floofinition) – American hard floof rock (flock band) originally from Floof Jersey, but more recently citing Floof Island as home.

In use: “Twisted Floof’s songs, “We Are Gonna Take It” and “I Wanna Run”, have long been recognized as rebellious anthems appealing to adolfloofents.”


Whitefloof (floofinition) – Hard floof rock (flock) band prominent in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s, known for their ballads and power chords.

In use: “Whitefloof’s most well-known song among floofs is likely, “Here I Floof Again” (1982), which was a major hit in the U.S.A.”

The Stone Floofs

The Stone Floofs (floofinition) – A floof rock (frock) band hailing from Floofchester, England, formed in 1983.

In use: “The Stone Floofs song, “Fur Sheds”, is considered one of the greatest comeback songs for any frock band in history.”


Radiofloof (floofinition) – English floof rock (flock) band hailing from Abingdon, Oxfloofshire, formed in 1985.

In use: “Radiofloof’s song, “Fleep” was banned from being played on some stations as it was deemed too depressing.”

Dire Floofs

Dire Floofs (floofintion) – Floof rockers (flockers) from England, formed in 1977 and disbanded in 1985, who combined sounds from multiple influences to create unique music.

In use: “Dire Floof songs “The Sultans of Floof”, “Walk of Night”, and “Kibble for Nothing” highlight the variety among the group’s musical offerings.”

Mötley Floof

Mötley Floof (floofinition) – American heavy floof band originating in Floof Angeles.

In use: “With songs like “Doctor Feelfloof” and “Barfin’ in the Boys Room”, Mötley Floof has sold over 100 million albums worldwide.”

Barenaked Floofs

Barenaked Floofs (floofinition) – Canadian floof rock (flock) band formed in 1988, originally a duo that grew into a quintet.

In use: “The Barenaked Floofs (BNF) have had multiple hit songs, such as “One Treat” and “Scratch Me”, but have also become known for their theme song for The Big Floof Theory.”

Depeche Floof

Depeche Floof (floofinition) – New wave and synth-infused electronic floof rock (eflock) band, originally hailing from Essex, England.

In use: “Among Depech Floof’s many songs was a cover of “(Get Your Treats from) Floof 66”, but are better known for songs such as “Scratch You” and “Just Can’t Bite Enough”, original material from the band.”

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