There's one of them meme-things trolling about that invites (as if people need much persuading. It's the online version of a game of Plomley) you to grovel through your local MP3 cache for the five songs with the strangest names.
The originator of this one has clearly never listened to Peelie.
Since I'm at work, the cache is small and I'm not going to cheat (much) and list a bunch of Humppa.
i) Kasimir S. Pulaski Day - Big Black.
Not one I would have originally thought about. I've listened to so much Big Black that I don't quickly recall the titles so much as instantly recognise the frightful racket elbowing its way from the speakers.
ii) Harold and Cindy hospital - Severed Heads. There's an embarrassment of riches with the Sevs. I could have gone with any track from the second half of 'Clifford darling, please don't live in the past' (That That Revolves, A relic of empire, Nazi beach party, etc) but since I've been listening to 'Come visit the big bigot'... Again. I wish I knew what it was about that LP. It's twenty-ish and still sounds as other-worldly as always.
iii) Jenny Ondioline - Stereolab. Anglo-French experimental drone-rock. Sort of. Them supported by Tortoise was one of the loudest gigs I've been to. Peng!
iv) Over the horizon radar - Boards of Canada. Sometimes I rather wish I'd paid attention when 'Music has the right to children' came out, rather than deriding it as 'Say old Guardian-reader music'. Of course now I am that sad old Guardian reader, the stuff enthused over (all over. Great ribbons of enthusiasm) by those journos is foul jingly-jangly hippy toss or desperate attempts to appear hip by glomming onto the latest MySpac-of-the-week.
v) Sorvarihumppa - Eläkeläiset. Motorhead's 'Ace of spades' as played by a drunken mob racing each other to the end of the song. Utterly marvellous.
 Am I going to have to explain the rules?