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Vinyl Forever

written by: Gilligan
 
This quiz pays homage to the late great LP. You read it right - those round black objects you put on a turntable and spun around. Everyone knows cassettes stunk, and CD's can be damaged with a fingerprint - but the album was something else entirely. Let's take a look at some historic and influential records from days gone by from "Sgt. Pepper" to "The Wall". Long Live the LP!

Question 1:

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Largely considered the most influential album of all time, this 1966 LP by The Beach Boys paved the way for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Court and Spark
Goats Head Soup
Women and Children First
Pet Sounds


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Question 2:

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The psychedelic era was born with the release of Revolver, a historic LP by this British group.
The Kinks
The Beatles
The Animals
The Rolling Stones


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Question 3:

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In 1970, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young released this historic LP which contained such classic songs as "Woodstock" and "Teach Your Children".
Déjà Vu
Innervisions
Somewhere in Time
American Beauty


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Cassette tapes and CDs feature tiny, almost pointless cover art. However, the LPs of the 60s and 70s would feature provocative cover art to lure prospective buyers. "Whipped Cream & Other Delights" was an immense hit for Herb Alpert due in no small part to his album cover. What was Herb Alpert's band called?
The Tijuana Brass
The Mothers of Invention
Brazil 66
The Silver Bullet Band


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Many vinyl albums would include gimmicky elements such as fold out pictures and 3-D cover art. The 1971 album Sticky Fingers featured a real zipper on the cover. What band released this LP?
The Velvet Underground
Grand Funk Railroad
T. Rex
The Rolling Stones


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Question 6:

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What is the name of the 1976 album by KISS featured in the image provided?
Creatures of the Night
Appetite for Destruction
Love Gun
Destroyer


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Question 7:

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Many albums have been pulled from the shelves over the years due to artwork considered to be indecent. This 1966 LP was pulled from shelves because of the presence of a toilet in the picture. What musical group released this album featured in the image provided?
The 5th Dimension
The Mamas & the Papas
Big Brother and the Holding Company
Jefferson Airplane


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Question 8:

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What musicians are featured on the debut LP featured in the image provided?
The Carpenters
Shields and Yarnell
Donnie & Marie Osmond
Captain and Tennille


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Question 9:

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Many great artists have had their work appear on album covers. A painting by Antonio Vargas illustrated the Candy-O album by this band.
Duran Duran
The Steve Miller Band
Boston
The Cars


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Over the years, thousands upon thousands of LPs have been released encompassing all types of music and subjects (as evidenced by the image provided). One thing they share in common is that they are all 10-12 inches and __________ minutes per side.
22-26
43-47
57-62
15-20


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Question 11:

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Double albums contained two LPs and often a load of extras like posters and liner notes. Name the band featured on the fold out ablum cover in the image provided.
The Shondells
Quarterflash
Scandal
The Runaways


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