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Can you pick the bands and music groups by the third sentence in their Wikipedia article?

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Congratulations to Rich (https://kamertunesblog.wordpress.com/), who scored a perfect 24/24 in last week’s tough quiz.

Hopefully this week’s is a little easier – https://www.sporcle.com/games/MrWhiplash/3rd-bands

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to identify a band from the third sentence in their Wikipedia article.

I scored a strong, yet not impregnable, 19/20 – can you beat me?

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      • Ah, but here’s the thing. I skipped a bunch and went back guessing, one hopes, intelligently. I don’t know about the other tests but this one only allowed so many guesses before it ended the test and revealed the answers. I’m pretty sure that’s what happened in my case as I seemed to have more time left. If that’s the case, it’s probably fair. You either know ’em or you don’t and I didn’t.

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