The Music Quiz


#1721
  1. Shellshock / New Order / mrjez

#1722
  1. No Aphrodisiac / The Whitlams / swoodley

#1723
  1. The Boxer. Simon & Garfunkel

#1724
  1. California Dreaming - Mamas and Papas - Miss Ellie

#1725
  1. Two Cabs To The Toucan - The Models

#1726
  1. Two Cabs To the Toucan / Models / BSD

#1727
  1. Purple Sneakers / You Am I / BSD

#1728
  1. A Design For Life / Manics / mrjez

#1729
3. A Design For Life / Manics / mrjez

Lol.
Lazy, but I’ll give it to you.


#1730
  1. Everything You Need - Men at Work. Captain Jack.

#1731

Bugger, got pipped on No 5!!

and someone did the MSP’s, … so, 14. Daddy I’m Fine / Sinaed O’Connor / BSD


#1732
  1. Sign O The Times - Prince
  2. Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead
  3. She Blinded Me With Science - Thomas Dolby

#1733

I know CJ’s keen to roll out his next quiz so I’ll bump the remainder and give hints shortly if they’re required.

  1. To be in England in the summertime (hey!) with my love.

  2. When everything falls into place like the flick of a switch.

  3. Wishing she could call him heartache. But it’s not a boy’s name.

  4. Will you be the first one when things get me down? Will you be the first one to bring me around?

  5. Ain’t no smilin’ faces, lyin’ to the races.

  6. And I speak to you like the chorus to the verse, chop another line like a coda with a curse.

  7. So what if I dye my hair, I’ve still got a brain up there.


#1734

sigh
You all started so well, too.

  1. The ‘hey’ in the middle of the recited line was later sampled by Prodigy on Firestarter.
  2. This song featured on the film As Good As It Gets and a tourism as for South Australia.
  3. Mid-eighties British one hit(?) wonder. The follow-up single was critical of Bruce Springsteen’s songwriting.
  4. Bob Dylan wanted to marry this singer, apparently.

#1735
From Wim's clue, I think 18's I Want To Be Free by Toyah Wilcox.

Outstanding work.
Gonna put the screen up on the last four questions in about half an hour.


#1736
*sigh* You all started so well, too.
  1. The ‘hey’ in the middle of the recited line was later sampled by Prodigy on Firestarter.
  2. This song featured on the film As Good As It Gets and a tourism as for South Australia.
  3. Mid-eighties British one hit(?) wonder. The follow-up single was critical of Bruce Springsteen’s songwriting.
  4. Late career hit for 90s Australian Pub Rock band.
  5. Bob Dylan wanted to marry this singer, apparently.
  6. Late 90s, vaguely indie. Massively popular at the time.
  7. Female late punk/early new wave.

Such is the lot of a quiz master :wink:

#1737

It’s a strange thing, … I ended up getting a real shade on my fellow MQuizzers for a while for not knowing Archie Roaches most famous. most played & most poignant song.

I got over it.

You will too wim. :wink:


#1738

meh…I assumed 12 was obvious. It seems not.

The Screaming Jets , Sad Song


#1739

16 is semi charmed kinda? life
cant remember the band


#1740
16 is semi charmed kinda? life cant remember the band
The artist is Third Eye Blind and now that you've given me such a heads up, the song is Semi-Charmed Life