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Who replaced frontman David Lee Roth in the band "Van Halen" in 1985?
a. Sammy Hagar
b. Paul Weller
c. Eric Clapton
d. Jimmy Buffett
Sammy Hagar - David Lee Roth was to later reunite with the band.
Which famous guitarist was a member of the Yardbirds, Derek and the Dominos and Cream?
a. Eric Clapton
b. Gordon Summers
c. Elton John
d. Phil Collins
Eric Clapton - Eric also spent a year with John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers.
Which band recorded the songs "Strange Days", "Unhappy Girl" and "Love Me Two Times"?
b. The Doors
c. Cheap Trick
d. Midnight Oil
The Doors - All of these songs can be found on their album entitled "Strange Days".
Whose fans are often referred to as "Deadheads"?
a. Raft of Dead Monkeys
b. Dead Milkmen
c. Ungrateful Dead
d. The Grateful Dead
The Grateful Dead - The Grateful Dead originated from San Francisco.
Which band claimed that "Winning Isn't Everything"?
b. White Stripes
c. Lynyrd Skynyrd
d. The Doors
Lynyrd Skynyrd - This song is currently the theme song for the TV show 'Pawn Stars'.
Which band was originally called "Farm"?
b. Midnight Oil
Midnight Oil - Midnight Oil is a group from Sydney, Australia.
Billy Gibbons is the lead singer for which supergroup?
b. The Who
d. ZZ Top
ZZ Top - Billy was ranked number 32 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the '100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time' in 2011.
Whose lyrics stated, "How can you have your pudding, if you don't eat your meat"?
a. The Who
b. Black Sabbath
c. Deep Purple
d. Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd - This line can be heard on the album 'The Wall'.
Which country gave us the band "Soundgarden"?
a. South Africa
America - The band was formed in 1984 in Seattle, Washington.
Which band started performing under the name "Mighty Joe Young"?
a. Pink Floyd
c. Credence Clearwater Revival
d. Stone Temple Pilots
Stone Temple Pilots - This group was formed in 1987 in California.
Which supergroup's members have included Ozzy Osbourne, Bill Ward and Tony Lommi?
a. Red Rider
b. Black Sabbath
c. Green Day
d. Blue Oyster Cult
Black Sabbath - Ozzy left the band due to his problems with drugs.
Which band told people to "Get Off My Cloud"?
a. Cheap Trick
b. The Police
c. The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones - This song was released in 1965.
Who is the Demon in the group KISS?
a. Paul Stanley
b. Gene Simmons
c. Peter Chris
d. Ace Freely
Gene Simmons - Gene plays bass guitar. During the show, the Demon breathes fire and spits blood.
Which of the following rock bands comes from England?
a. Beach Boys
b. The Eagles
America - The band was formed in 1969 in London.
Syd Barrett founded which band?
a. Pink Floyd
b. The Rolling Stones
c. Midnight Oil
d. Led Zeppelin
Pink Floyd - Syd played guitar and wrote music until his death in 2006.
Whose debut album was titled "Shake Your Money Maker"?
a. The Trogs
b. Green Day
c. The Black Crows
The Black Crows - This band has also recorded the albums 'Lions' and 'By Your Side'.
The original lineup for the band "The Jimi Hendrix Experience" consisted of Jimi Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell and whom?
a. Derek Knight
b. Jim Leverton
c. John Andrews
d. Noel Redding
Noel Redding - The Jimi Hendrix Experience was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.
Containing the rock anthem "Suite Madame Blue", which band released the album "Equinox" in 1975?
a. The Doors
d. The Kinks
Styx - The album also featured the minor hit 'Lorelei'.
What was the only studio album released by Alice Cooper to reach number one in the charts in both the US and UK?
a. Billion Dollar Babies
b. Welcome to my Nightmare
d. Hey Stoopid
Billion Dollar Babies - Released in 1973, Billion Dollar Babies was Alice Cooper's sixth studio album.
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