Congratulations to Rich from KamerTunesBlog, who scored the only 30/30 in last week’s quiz.
This week, your challenge is to correctly identify the title of a debut album when given three choices for each artist. As a hint, the self-titled option isn’t always correct.
I scored 19/20. I got tripped by a reasonably obscure pre-fame release – only 22% of contestants guessed it correctly.
Here’s another Tiny Ruins song that I couldn’t fit in my last post.
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