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"Yesterday's Songs" - Hits from 1982

This quiz is about music from 1982. Do you remember all the teenage girls going crazy over Rick Springfield? Everybody was playing Pac-Man, and there was even a song called "Pac-Man Fever". The song was a top ten hit for Buckner & Garcia. "Yesterday's Songs" was a big hit that year for Neil Diamond. Everybody knows how this goes. I will provide the questions and you will be required to provide the answers. Hopefully you know a little something about music from the early 80's, If you do, then this quiz should be a breeze. Good luck !
 
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Written by  sanitation
Posted Online: Sep 19, 2007
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