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Music Quiz – Greatest Hits

Congratulations to Tony and to 2Loud2OldMusic, who both scored full marks in last week’s debut album quiz.

This week we’re looking at the other end of artists’ careers – the compilation. Can you name the artists that released iconically titled compilations. In a piece of related trivia, I learned today that The Fall’s 50,000 Fall Fans Can’t Be Wrong has sold 48,700 copies.

https://www.sporcle.com/games/Octoman/greatesthits

I scored 20/20 – can you also score full marks?

25 thoughts on “Music Quiz – Greatest Hits Leave a comment

  1. As usual, I didn’t come close to winning the battle. I’m satisfied with 13/20, the competition are more knowledgeable, and I didn’t know the greatest hits I missed. Adding Joy to the World: Their Greatest Hits to my list!

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