A few contestants scored full marks last week, in the 1972 #1 hits quiz. EclecticMusicLover scored the fastest time.
This week’s quiz is album-oriented rather than song-oriented. You need to guess the album name based on a tracklist with the title track removed.
I scored 23/24 – I knew the artist for the other but was unable to guess the album. Can you score a perfect 24?
In other news, I like how Lizzo is using a prog classic in her shows. Do you know this tune?
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