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What's In JoeSmow's Ipod?

written by: JoeSmow
 
Here's a quiz about some of the greatest music ever made.

Question 1:


With songs like "Up The Beach", "Ted, Just Admit It", and "Summertime Rolls" this album is a regular on my playlist.
Trout Mask Replica by Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band
The Mind is a Terrible Thing To Taste by Ministry
Badmotorfinger by Soundgarden
Nothing's Shocking by Jane's Addiction

Question 2:


This punk icon declared the "night" a possession of lovers, lust and us.
Patti Smith
Iggy Pop
Laurie Anderson
Talking Heads

Question 3:


This masterpiece is made up of four parts comprised of "Acknowledgement","Resolution","Pursuance" and "Psalm". Can you name what is possibly the greatest jazz album ever recorded?
The Gospel
Uh Huh
A Love Supreme
Kind of Blue

Question 4:


The album "Hot Buttered Soul" was recorded by the the only artist who can make Burt Bacharach funky. Name this guy who invented the word, "Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic".
Parliament
Isaac Hayes
James Brown
Funkedelic

Question 5:


With Reggae classics like "Draw Your Brakes," "Pressure Drop" and "Sitting In Limbo," this film soundtrack is an essential piece of any spectacular IPod. Can you name the film?
The Harder They Come
Rivers Of Babylon
Sweet and Dandy
Johnny Too Bad

Question 6:


With the power bass of Badmotorfinger, the killer lyrics of Superunknown, or the raw power of Louder Than Love, this band is an essential part of any great shuffle.
Cowboy Junkies
Soundgarden
Nirvana
Stone Ponies

Question 7:


Music plays an integral role in this Zack Snyder special effects extravaganza featuring girls fighting gas mask-wearing soldiers, dragons, and gigantic samurai.
The Watchmen
Sucker Punch
300
True Legend

Question 8:


She sings of domestic abuse in "Fine and Mellow," alcohol abuse in "One For the Road" and murder, hatred and racial inequality in "Strange Fruit." Her voice is the perfect manifestation of pain and you can hear the tears in her voice with each and every note she sings on my IPod. Can you name the singer most commonly referred to as Lady Day?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 9:


"Odelay," "Mellow Gold" and "Guero" make a rainy day feel like L.A., so I have a healthy dose of this artist on my IPod and on call. Can you name him?
The Beastie Boys
Nas
Leonard Cohen
Beck

Question 10:


This artist had a period between 1972-1976 when there was no one on the planet who could touch his level of social conscience and artistry. With songs like "As," "Living For The City," and "You Are The Sunshine of My Life", he created a new way of listening to music.
Al Green
Stevie Wonder
Curtis Mayfield
Marvin Gaye

Question 11:


"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" was the eight studio album by this band.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


 


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