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What band recorded Shine On You Crazy Diamond about mentally ill
founder Syd Barrett, only to have him show up while they were recording it?
Having played bass in some failed college bands, who offered to
replace Cliff Burton in Metallica and Bill Wyman in the Rolling Stones?
a. Mike Huckabee
b. Keith Hernandez
c. Hulk Hogan
d. Tom Ford
In the 1990s, a celebrity shocked Mojo Nixon by storming the stage
at his show in Austin, so that he could sing what song about himself or herself?
a. Don Henley Must Die
b. Bring Me the Head of David Geffen
c. Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant with My Two-Headed Love Child
d. Orenthal James (Was A Mighty Bad Man)
How did NOFX cover band Kaspir reach the sum of 41 to become Sum
What Rage Against the Machine guitarist used to make money
stripping to Brick House at bachelorette parties?
What continentally named band eventually replaced all the original
members, who now tour as well, forcing the replacements to bill themselves as 'with John Payne'?
More than 20 people had belonged to what group when the original
members reunited in 1997, forcing the Ronnie Jame Dio-led replacements to tour as Heaven and Hell?
What band from Birmingham, England, was named for Milo O'Shea's
villain character in the movie "Barbarella"?
What Stones song, recorded in Chicago's Chess Studio, has been
covered by Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Devo and ... well ... Britney Spears?
Article 126 of which band's contract rider banned brown M and Ms
from their dressing room?
Who kept getting richer, until he finally got his picture on the
cover of the March 29, 1973 issue of Rolling Stone magazine?
Who was the first person to be inducted as a performer into both
the rock and country music halls of fame?
a. Johnny Cash
b. Elvis Presley
c. Buddy Holly
d. Jerry Lee Lewis
He was born Chaim Witz in Haifa, Israel, and before he became a
rock star, he taught at a public school in Manhattan. Who is this bad boy?
What Pink Floyd album lasted a record 741 weeks on Billboard's
top-200 chart, 591 of them consecutively from 1973 to 1988?
In 1976, Terry Draper, Dee Long and John Woloschuk kept their names
off what band's first album, leading to rumors it was a lost Beatles album?
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