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JoeHotpot | 22:36 Sun 06th Jan 2008 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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36. A former member of which band held the title of Miss Wiggle in 1984?

37. Which hit begins with a phone call to Jimmy Carter, only to find he is not in?

38. After the author's death in 2001, which band dedicated their web site to Douglas Adams?

39. Which star sometimes replaces the I with an exclamation mark in a personalised form of her name?

40. Which lady made it to number one in the British charts, five years after representing Switzerland at Eurovision?

41. What was the title of the first British hit to feature the vocal talents of Stacy Ferguson?

42. Who once held a pyjama party for 1,500, for which guests had to arrive with their teddy bears?

43. Which number two single originally had Searchin for the Spirit in brackets after its title?

44. Which band's last top ten hit of the Eighties included a veiled instruction to Paul Weller to abandon the Style Council and reform the Jam?

45. Other than Snot Rap which top ten UK hit features the vocal talents of Kenny Everett?

46. Who said Semper Fi just before he died in 1965?

47. On which one of their hits do Roxette first give themselves a name check?

48. What was the name of the woman "who was working as a waitress in a cocktail bar"?

49. Abba's name was created by using their four Christian names initials. Which successful band could therefore have called themselves JAMS?

50. Their debut album began well and finished with a bang. Who were this Eighties band?

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