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Pick the Maknae [Slideshow]
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A multiple choice K-pop quiz, how hard can that be?
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Mozart, Beethoven and Bach shooting gallery
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This is a quick shooting gallery that has nothing to do with that lovable St. Bernard.
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Sporcle Categories in Song Lyrics
You can't really fault these musicians for having Sporcle on their minds when they made these songs.
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Blitz: R.E.M. or Green Day?
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One of many great "This or That" quizzes about music. Find more here: http://www.sporcle.com/games/subcategory/thisorthat
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Famous Album Deep Cuts 9 (clips)
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This quiz spans about 80 years of music with iconic albums and iconic artists.
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Name That Composer
Just watch your tone when speaking with any of these composers.
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Simon & Garfunkel Top 40 Hits
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There are some real surprises in both what made the top 40 and what missed the top 40.
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Another Brick In The Wall (literally)
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Tear down the wall! or in this case just help build it.
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5 in 6 in 5: Music
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This quiz features a Rolling Stone Magazine List and We Didn't Start the Fire. That is two topics that Sporclers love to debate.
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Candle in the Wind Clicky-oke
'If you write great songs with meaning and emotion, they will last forever because songs are the key to everything.' - Sir Elton John
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Musician Images (A-Z)
Go for the lyrical way to practice your ABC's.
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Opening Lyrics: Their Greatest Hits by The Eagles
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On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair...Oh wait that song came out later.
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Two Word Lyrics, Two Word Song Titles
We'll give you two words. You can take it from there.
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'U' to 'Z' artists by album cover
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Play this quiz and figure out which album cover is one of Buck's favorite.
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'80s Rock Music Slideshow
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Can you identify all of these artists?
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Composers and Birth Cities (Matching)
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I would say something witty but I might just sound like Radar O'Reilly... aaahhhh Bach.
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3 Songs, 1 Missing Word III
These songs titles all have one word in common, but for most, the comparisons stop there.
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They Knocked the Solo Beatles Out Too!
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Can you identify these songs by the given lyrics?
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50 Greatest Songs: Project50Songs
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This is one of the best and most diverse clip quizzes I have heard. Do you like these songs?
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'Sweet Caroline' Lyrics
The song that can be heard in college bars across the country.
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Figure Out The Rest Of The Lyrics
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Can you figure out the lyrics to the song given some of the lyrics?
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Old School Rap Songs:Name the Artist
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Name the Artist of the Old School Rap Songs
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300 Idols from Kpop Groups (May 2016)
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Name the idols from kpop groups.
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Pick the Greatest Albums (1-25)
If only we could get these albums to play when you click on them....
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First Word Band Names
Bands starting with 'The' not included.
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'Take Me Home, Country Roads' Lyrics
This quiz also tests your knowledge of the lyrics to West Virginia's state anthem, so it's like two quizzes in one!
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50 Hits to Click: 2000
The real question is how many of these songs did you illegally download?
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Music Facts
You don't have to be a composer to do well on this quiz.
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Pink Floyd Albums
We were trying to think of a good pun here, but we hit another brick in the wall.
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A Sporcler's Guide to the Orchestra
The only thing this quiz is missing is more cowbell!
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Artist by First #1 Hit II
You know what they say, your first Billboard #1 hit is the hardest.
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Recent popular comments in Music

  1. A Sporcler's Guide to the Orchestra
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    Interesting--most orchestra setups I've seen have violas on the inside and the cellos on the edge.
  2. A Sporcler's Guide to the Orchestra
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    What are the violas doing over there?! Never seen that before.
  3. A Sporcler's Guide to the Orchestra
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    As others have said: this is an unusual, almost unheard-of, positioning of violas. In my experience, that position (nearest the audience on the right) is occupied either by cellos (the most common choice these days (alas)), or by second violins. This is a wonderful idea for a click-the-picture quiz, and thank you for making it! but I would like to see a different photo chosen, one with a more usual positioning of strings, with a harp (easy to ID visually), and with a clear enough view of woodwinds that the four subfamilies can be seen individually.
  4. 'Take Me Home, Country Roads' Lyrics
    25
    And I'll be singing this in my head the rest of the day. I'm with those who still love Denver's music
  5. 'Take Me Home, Country Roads' Lyrics
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    It's "growin'" like a breeze? I always thought it was "blowin,'" which, frankly, would make much more sense. But it's a great song in any case.
  6. Musician Images (A-Z)
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    You passed on the Godfather of Soul for that?
  7. First Word Band Names
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    Saw "Light Orchestra". Typed "E". Waited. Then I thought, the clue wasn't "LO", they aren't going to except just "E".
  8. Musician Images (A-Z)
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    I know there's a real dearth of musicians with a last name beginning with Q but we could've found out how many people remember Suzi Quatro (best known in the US as "Leather Tuscadero" on "Happy Days" but who had a couple of #1 hits in the UK including "Devil Gate Drive"--which she performed on "Happy Days" at least once--and hit the US Top 10 with "Stumblin' In").
  9. 'Sweet Caroline' Lyrics
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    Where it began, I can't begin to knowin'..... ?!?
  10. A Sporcler's Guide to the Orchestra
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    That's the smallest woodwind section I've ever seen.