Oscar winner Russell Crowe
decided to change the name of his band after nearly a decade because he became bored with the group's meaningless moniker. Crowe originally founded the group 30 Odd Foot Of Grunts
, but recently decided to change the name to The Ordinary Fear Of God.
He explains, "It used to be called 30 Odd Foot of Grunts, which was a crappy name and it's my fault, I picked it. After ten years I was just bored of that name. There was no meaning in it, that's why I chose it, because I thought quite cleverly if you pick a name with no meaning, then the songs become the meaning of the title.
"What a load of rubbish. That didn't work out. Since we've had the new name, we're actually getting a lot more respect - and better reviews! So there you go."
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