Music Quiz #19 Answers

Music Quiz

Here are the answers to Music Quiz #19…

1. ‘Crazy in Love’ was a number one hit for who?

A. Beyonce

2. “Let me take you to the place where membership’s a smiling face” are the opening lines to which song?

A. Club Tropicana – Wham (1983)

3. Which Wagner piece was used as the theme for the film ‘Apocalypse Now’?

A. Ride Of The Valkyries

4. The ‘Parklife’ album by Blur was first released in which year?

A. 1994

5. What was Jamiroquai’s first UK top 10 hit?

A. Too Young To Die

6. The Europop group ‘Eiffel 65’ hail from which country?

A. Italy

7. ‘Ebeneezer Goode’ was the first hit for which Scottish electro band?

A. The Shamen

8. ‘Chefs’ 1998 number one came from which cartoon series?

A. South Park

9. ‘Red Pill Blues’ and ‘Songs About Jane’ are albums from which US band?

A. Maroon 5

10. Jamaican singer Millie Small best known for her 1964 version of which song?

A. My Boy Lollipop

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