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Trivia Quiz - Roxy Music

Trivia questions about the songs, albums and history of Roxy Music.

Quiz Number: 5429
Date Submitted: December 05, 2014
Quiz Categories: Rock Music
Quiz Type: General Quiz
Author: bill
Average Score: 79.2 percent
Times Taken: 108 times
Taken by Registered Users: 3

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Roxy Music
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1. Who was the lead vocalist and chief songwriter for Roxy Music?
  A.   Bryan Ferry
  B.   Andy Mackay
  C.   Brian Eno
  D.   Paul Thompson

2. Roxy Music was a rock band from what country?
  A.   United States
  B.   Australia
  C.   England
  D.   Canada

3. What was the name of the Roxy Music album that featured two semi-naked women on the front cover?
  A.   Stranded
  B.   Country Life
  C.   For Your Pleasure
  D.   Roxy Music

4. In 1970, Bryan Ferry auditioned for lead vocalist for what British progressive rock band?
  A.   Genesis
  B.   Yes
  C.   Emerson, Lake and Palmer
  D.   King Crimson

5. Phil Manzanera was a member of Roxy Music from 1972–1983 and again from 2001–2014. What instrument did he play for the band?
  A.   bass guitar
  B.   lead guitar
  C.   saxaphone
  D.   drums

6. On what Roxy Music album will you find the hit song, "Love is the Drug"?
  A.   Roxy Music
  B.   Avalon
  C.   Country Life
  D.   Siren

7. On what Roxy Music album will you find a cover for the 1965 song, "In the Midnight Hour," originally performed by Wilson Pickett?
  A.   Stranded
  B.   Manifesto
  C.   Flesh and Blood
  D.   Avalon

8. What former model and actress dons the cover of the 1975 Roxy Music album "Siren"?
  A.   Jerry Hall
  B.   Farrah Fawcett
  C.   Bo Derek
  D.   Christie Brinkley

9. Paul Thompson was a member of Roxy Music from 1971–1980 and again from 2001–2014. What instrument did he play for the band?
  A.   lead guitar
  B.   keyboards
  C.   drums
  D.   bass guitar

10. In 1997, a musician from Duran Duran fame produced the tribute album "Dream Home Heartaches... Remaking/Remodeling Roxy Music." Who was it?
  A.   John Taylor
  B.   Simon Le Bon
  C.   Nick Rhodes
  D.   Roger Taylor®    Introduction    Privacy Policy    Conditions of Use    

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