Five Note Random
About this cheer
Five Note Random is pretty much exactly what it sounds like - five random notes. Three or four members (typically from the brass section) will each play a randomly chosen note five times, changing pitches each time. The end result is usually rather nasty.
Three or four loud people.
This cheer is not written on the cheer sheets and is never actually called by the conductor. It is played as a veto when the conductor calls any cheer too often (and the trombone section gets tired of playing Chris Sommers), or the conductor hasn't bothered to call a cheer in a long time. This cheer should only be used sparingly in cases of extreme dissatisfaction from the band, as it sounds pretty bad.