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scran
20th Apr 2006, 01:30
OK - I weakened - a supplemental after Monday's quiz


RULES
1. Questions posted on Monday. Answers posted whenever I feel like it.
2. 2 points for each Lyrics question – 1 point for the Title and 1 point for the artist. Trivia questions normally 1 point. Some trivia questions will ask for additional information, which is worth 1 point. Bonus points may be awarded additional relevant information (at my discretion). Artist/Album/Song of the week 1 point unless advised otherwise.
3. Lyrics line is from anywhere within the song.
4. Judge's decision final.
5. During the first 24 hours from the quiz being posted
you are allowed ONLY ONE POST (containing answers to as many questions as you like).
Additional posts (within the first 24 hours) will be ignored.
Edited posts (within the first 24 hours) will be disqualified.
Complete answers will take precedence over earlier partial answers
6. After the first 24 hours there is no restriction on posts (usual free for all rules). It is better not to edit your posts. If you want to add or correct something post a new reply. The points go to the first person to get the correct answer. "First" is taken as the posting time. If you edit a post, the editing time will be used as the posting time for all answers in the post.


Lyrics

1. A pretty face don’t make a pretty heart
1. Bad Case of Loving You – Robert Palmer - AOTW

2. Love isn’t always on time
2. Hold The Line – Toto - AOTW

3. If you leave at least in my lifetime
3. Please Don’t Go – KC and the Sunshine Band - PP

4. Take a jumbo across the water
4. Breakfast in America – Supertramp - Reynolds

5. Though this loneliness is driving him crazy
5. Lonesome Loser – Little River Band - PP

6. Joannie came over to my house last night
Bonus point for admitting you have ANY idea SSK

7. You can score if you walk the strip
open

8. I haven’t stopped loving you less
open

9. Do you know what it is you do to me
open

10. Time was on my side as I was running down the street
open

11. If I swore you were an angel would you treat me like a devil tonight
11. If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body – AOTW - Bellamy Brothers - PP

12. Hand in hand we’ll go dancing thru the Milky Way
open - C'mon Piggy......you will know

13. Somebody’s gonna hurt someone
13. Heartache Tonight – Eagles - AOTW

14. I’m glad you’re home
open

15. They live inside of my head
15. Dream Police – Cheap Trick - AOTW

SOTW - Centrefold – J Giels Band

1. What is he doing after years have gone by?
1. He’s looking in a girlie magazine - RD

2. What are the soft fuzzy sweaters?
2. Too magical to touch - RD

3. When was he shaking in his shoes?
3. Whenever she flashed her baby blues - RD

4. Who’s car will they take? Where too?
4. Your (her) car – a motel room - RD

5. What was she like?
C'mon RD - you can get it!!

6. What were they doing under the desk?
6. Slipping notes - RD (close enough)

7. What was he doing at that time (6)?
7. Thinking about her dress RD

8. What is really just too much?
8. To see her in that negligee - RD

9. What does he hope when the fish is gone?
9. He’ll see her when her clothes are on - RD

10. What can’t he deny?
10. That he has to buy it - RD

Trivia

1. On what date was Harry Chapin born?
open
What year did he die, and from what cause? (point each)
1981, car accident – The SSK

2. Smokey Robinson had several hits during his career. For a point each, for which group was he lead singer in the 1960’s,
2. The Miracles – The SSK
what year was he inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll hall of Fame, what year was he awarded a Living Legends Grammy, and what business career milestone did he achieve?
still open

3. What instrument did Peter Cetera play for Chicago?
3. Bass Guitar – The SSK

4. Who played keyboard on the Beatles “Let It Be’ sessions in 1969?
4. Billy Preston - Rushton

5. What links Irishman Johnny Logan and the Eurovision Song Contest? Be specific.
5. Logan won twice, in 1980 with “What’s Another Year” and in 1987 with “Hold Me Now” – The SSK (WELL DONE!!)

6. What rock group’s first album showed the Hindenburg disaster on its cover?
6. Led Zepplin’s - AOTW

7. Which Beatle’s first solo hit after their split was 1971’s It Don’t Come Easy?
7. Ringo Starr’s - AOTW

8. Don’t know if this is True, but who were Spandau Ballet listening to all night long?
8. “Listening to Marvin all night long” – from ‘True’ – The SSK

9. Where did Little River Band call from? Bonus for song title.
“Can you guess where I’m calling from – the Las Vegas Hilton” – Home on a Monday - AOTW

10. What was the weight of cargo on the Edmund Fitzgerald?
10. “with a load of Iron Ore 26,000 tons more than the Edmund Fitzgerald weighed empty” - AOTW

11. According to Gordon, what bay did the Edmund Fitzgerald sink 15 miles from?
11. “they’d have made Whitefish Bay if they’d put 15 more miles behind her” - AOTW

12. Where might you get a vegemite sandwich? Bonus for title and artist.
12. A man in Brussels – Downunder – Men at Work - AOTW

13. From where did the group REO Speedwagon get its name?
13. A make of fire engine. – The SSK

14. From where did the group Union Gap (as in Gary Puckett and) get their name?
14. A battlefield town in Washington State.- The SSK

15. For which group was Ben E. King lead singer in 1960? For a bonus, what is his real name?
open

16. “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby was the biggest selling single of all time for 55 years. What single took the title from it?
open

17. Why was the Kinks hit “Lola” originally banned by the BBC?
17. It contained a reference to Coca-cola, latter changed to “cherry-cola” - Reynolds

18. What do Rocking Horse people eat?
18. Marshmellow Pies - AOTW

19. Which Beatles song tells of a dancing horse? What was the horse’s name? (point each)
19. For the Benefit of Mr Kite - “and of course Henry the Horse dances the Waltz” - AOTW

20. How many pictures did Arlo see? What size were they? (point each)
20. 27 8 x 10 glossy pictures - Reynolds

Arm out the window
20th Apr 2006, 02:33
Got none in the last quiz, maybe sneak a few in this time!
Thanks, Scran.

Lyrics

1. Bad case of loving you - Robert Palmer
2. Hold the line - Toto
11. If I said you had a beautiful body - don't know the artist
13. Heartache tonight - Eagles
15. Dream Police - Cheap Trick

Trivia

3. Saxophone?
4. Paul McCartney
6. Led Zeppelin
7. Ringo Starr
9. The Las Vegas Hilton (I'll be home on a Monday)
10. 26,000 tons
11. Whitefish bay?
12. From a man in Brussels - Men at Work, Land Down Under
18. Marshmallow Pies
19. Being for the benefit of Mr Kyte - Henry the horse

pigboat
20th Apr 2006, 02:34
Gotta get a few easy ones before Cooda shows up.


T7...Ringo Starr
T10..26,000 tons more...
T11..Whitefish Bay. (Or as my friend Tucker sez, a nine iron shot from my back yard). :D
T12..Brussels. From the song Land Downunder by Men At Work.

Hmmm...it seems I forgot about Aotw hiding in the bush out there.:)

Romeo Delta
20th Apr 2006, 04:28
SOTW -

1 - Looking thru a girlie magazine...
2 - Too magical to touch
3 - Whenever she flashed those baby blues
4 - Her (your) car, take it to a motel room (and take 'em off in private)
5 - She was like... Like... Dang! I can't REMEMBER!!!
6 - Passing notes
7 - Thinkin' about her dress
8 - To see her in the negligee'
9 - Actually, I think the lyric goes "I hope that when this issue's gone I'll see you when your clothes are ON," which then leads into #4.
10 - That he's gotta buy it? That the pages from his mind are stripped? That's a toughie.

Man, I loved that song. Had the LP way back when, favorite song was either "Rage in the Cage" or "Piss on the Wall." But "Centerfold" was a classic.

BombayDuck
20th Apr 2006, 04:29
Damn, I suck at this! :{

reynoldsno1
20th Apr 2006, 05:24
L4 Breakfast In America - Supertramp

T17 Original lyrics went ..."where they drink champagne and it tastes just like Coca-Cola"..... deemed as advertising, changed to ..."Cherry-Cola"...
T20 27 8x10 colour glossy photographs

The SSK
20th Apr 2006, 07:26
L6 - aargh it's that ghastly telephone answering machine song

T1 - he died in a car crash, in 1981 - terrible shame
T2 - Miracles
T3 - bass
T5 - only artist to have won it twice? (as if I care)
T8 - Marvin
T13 - named after a 1950s fire engine
T14 - named after Puckett's hometown in WA

Rushton
20th Apr 2006, 12:35
Triv 4 - Billy preston

planepsycho
20th Apr 2006, 15:14
L3 please don't go/ kc and the sunshine band
L5 lonesome loser/ little river band
L11 bellamy brothers

Romeo Delta
20th Apr 2006, 17:02
T14 - named after Puckett's hometown in WA

That's Washington, not Western Australia, BTW... :p ;)

When I was going to school in the little farming community of Walla Walla, Washington, I used to drive by Union Gap all the time. And here I'm thinking "That can't be it..." Union Gap is about as small as towns come. I don't even know if they have a stoplight in town (most small towns in Eastern Washington don't, or one at most).

Dang...

pigboat
20th Apr 2006, 22:08
When I was going to school in the little farming community of Walla Walla, Washington...

So "Deck The Halls With Boston, Charlie" oughta be a snap for you come the Christmas quiz, RD. :D :D

scran
21st Apr 2006, 00:43
Original Post scored - still a few left


Progress scores

AOTW - 20
Romeo Delta - 9
The SSK - 8
Reynolds - 5
PP - 5
Rushton - 1
Pigboat - 0 (AOTW got 'em all before you...:hmm: )

pigboat
21st Apr 2006, 01:17
Anything to get on the board. :O

L12..Shadows In The Moonlight/Anne Murray


Anne's mother, Marion, died on April 10th of complications following surgery. She was 92. :(

scran
21st Apr 2006, 05:55
OK, OK - Us Quizmeisters have to stick together - :ok: :ok: :ok:

Progress scores

AOTW - 20
Romeo Delta - 9
The SSK - 8
Reynolds - 5
PP - 5
Pigboat - 2 :ok: ;) :E
Rushton - 1

Romeo Delta
21st Apr 2006, 06:06
So "Deck The Halls With Boston, Charlie" oughta be a snap for you come the Christmas quiz, RD. :D :D

:ok:

SOTW 5 - SNOWFLAKES!!! No one could ever stain... :ok:

Thanks for the push. I just had to go through the lyrics in my mind about 200 times (while trying to keep my attention focused...).

scran
21st Apr 2006, 06:56
Thats it RD! I knew you would come through!!! :ok: :ok: Seeing its Friday already (here in Oz) and Piggy is up for 617 - the "gaps in this were:

Hee Hee Hee - on second thoughts, I might hang on to them and use them again later in the year...:E :E :E


Now - 617. Being an air force man - this of course reminds me of 617 SQN RAF - the squadron who did the dambusters raid.


PS - Piggy, if PP wins 617 - I might ask about CD's as bribes.......;) ;) :hmm: