From Jeff's Gameblog:
The first article title on the page is the name of your band.
The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.
The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.
04. Use your graphics program of choice to throw them together, and post the result as a comment in this post. Also, pass it along in your own journal because it's more amusing that way.
Here is mine:
Cultural Relativism is a socially-conscious neo-prog rock band, and has been described by critics as "what you'd get if Rush wrote the music and Devo wrote the lyrics."
Other Things Than Money (2002) is in fact their third album, and is a response to the generally held belief that once a band reaches a certain level of popularity, they start caring about their money more than their music. In typical fashion, the band subverts this notion by making an entire album about other people's money. All proceeds from Other Things Than Money will be donated to the Jubilee USA network, a non-governmental organization dedicated to eradicating or absolving odious debt owed to first-world nations by developing countries.
The album's lead song "Man with the Mammon Touch" is a scathing indictment against Donald Trump. Other tracks are screeds against such plutocratic icons as Alan Greenspan, the World Bank/ International Monetary Fund, and the "economic warfare" policies of the G8 nations. Enron's "terrible troika" of Kenneth Lay, Andrew Fastow, and Jeffrey Skilling are the targets of the album's closing song, "End-Run/Enron/End Up In Jail".
Their previous albums, 1998's More Claret Than Clarity and 2000's How to Lie Well denounced the hypocrisy inherent in the war on drugs and the impending Presidential election, respectively. Their 4th album, scheduled for late 2004, is tentatively titled I'm From the Government and I'm Here to Help, and is believed to be a critique of U.S. foreign and domestic policy.