I gave this a try (h/t Jim) and came up with the band name "Leopoldo" (after Leopoldo Jimenez), and an album titled Hours In The Library, that debuted at 98. The cover was supplied unwittingly by pallamaio, and looks like this:
What accounts for the appeal of the randomizer? I found this whole exercise genuinely amusing, thanks to various little "a-ha!" moments. "Hours in the library" -- I couldn't have cooked up a better "album title" if I'd given it a week's thought. Of course, a second go-round could just as easily produce a laughable flop.* Had I followed all the rules, my genre would be "Pop." Not a good fit: even when I was a kid I chafed at pop songs. I figure this is my cue to exert a little personality on the random elements, so I have created my own musical genre: garage-glam rocker. Could be a few years before I figure out just how that's supposed to sound, but stay tuned.
*I gave it a try, and came up with Dark Adventure Radio Theatre, Everything You Said Today. The cover was courtesy of ѕ н α 5 в 6 _ ѕ н α 5 в є 6. It debuted at 69, thus qualifying as "Improv."