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The Ultimate Yes or No Quiz

The best Yes or No trivia questions, perfect for a zoom, home, or pub quiz. You have. 50% chance of getting each question correct, so what have you got to lose? You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some brain-busting quizzing.

Round 1

1 – The Spanish Civil War Broke Out In 1936 – Yes or No?

2 – Papillon is the French word for Butterfly – Yes or No?

3 – There are 61 active volcanoes in Hawaii – Yes or No?

4 – Ice is denser than water – Yes or No?

5 – Great Britain is the largest island in the world – Yes or No?

6 – Queen Elizabeth II has 3 children – Yes or No?

7 – Singer Pink’s real name is Alecia Beth Moore – Yes or No?

8 – Starbucks logo features a siren – Yes or No?

9 – 29 is a prime number – Yes or No?

10 – A Cassowary bird can not fly – Yes or No?

Round 2

1 – Neil Armstrong was the first man to travel into space – Yes or No?

2 – Hot water freezes faster than cold water – Yes or No?

3 – Winston Churchill was allergic to ink – Yes or No?

4 – Bees are Blind – Yes or No?

5 – There are 118 elements in the periodic table – Yes or No?

6 – Julie Andrews is the mother of Liza Minelli – Yes or No?

7 – Speed dating was invented by a Rabbi – Yes or No?

8 – The blob of toothpaste that sits on your toothbrush is called a Nurdle – Yes or No?

9 – Fingernails continue to grow after you die – Yes or No?

10 – There is no potato in Pringles – Yes or No?

Round 3

1 – Candy Floss was invented by a dentist – Yes or No?

2 – The barreleye fish has a completely transparent head – Yes or No?

3 – Jonny Depp married Lori Anne Allison – Yes or No?

4 – It’s illegal to call the Australian prime minister ‘mate’ – Yes or No?

5 – Apple seeds contain arsenic – Yes or No?

6 – Greenland Sharks only live for 1 year – Yes or No?

7 – Johann Sebastian Bach was deaf – Yes or No?

8 – Hitler had a flatulence problem – Yes or No?

9 – Elon Musk has turner syndrome – Yes or No?

10 – Prince William has no middle name – Yes or No?

Round 4

1 – The largest island in the Mediterranean Sea is Sicily – Yes or No?

2 – The Twitter bird’s official name Is Larry – Yes or No?

3 – Cows will no eat anything containing beef – Yes or No?

4 – Pigs do not like cucumbers – Yes or No?

5 – Henry VII had very deformed feet – Yes or No?

6 – The world’s longest book title contains 1,809 words – Yes or No?

7 – IBM stands for International Business Machines – Yes or No?

8 – Eggs contain Choline – Yes or No?

9 – Elton John once slapped a reporter – Yes or No?

10 – Coffee beans can cause Typhoid – Yes or No?

Round 5

1 – Quizophobia is a fear of quizzes – Yes or No?

2 – A shrimps heart is located in its head – Yes or No?

3 – Baby hippos are called kits – Yes or No?

4 – Raw Thyme can make you hallucinate – Yes or No?

5 – Venus is the only planet to spin clockwise – Yes or No?

6 – Salvador Dalí designed the Chupa Chups logo – Yes or No?

7 – The Hundred Years’ War lasted 99 years – Yes or No?

8 – John F. Kennedy committed suicide in 1963 – Yes or No?

9 – Marie Curie was the first woman to be awarded a Nobel peace prize – Yes or No?

10 – The first modern Olympics were held in Greece – Yes or No?

 

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The Queens Platinum Jubilee Quiz

As the queen of England approaches her platinum jubilee celebrations, we will all be celebrating with her – and what better way than with a quiz! Think Royal family members, castle locations and the queen’s reign for inspiration to ace our free royal jubilee quiz. You’ll find 30 questions divided into 3 rounds, so gather around for some right royal quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Queen Elizabeth is the first British monarch to celebrate a platinum jubilee – True or False?

2 – On what date is Queen Elizabeth’s true birthday?

3 – Who was Queen Elizabeth’s father?

4 – In which year was Queen Elizabeth crowned?

5 – To date, the Queen has been served by how many Prime Ministers – 8, 14 or 19?

6 – Who was the first prime minister to serve under Queen Elizabeth?

7 – What is the Queen’s full name?

8 – What jubilee event will take place on Thursday 2nd June?

9 – Where will the service of thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign be held?

10 – What breed of dog does the queen own?

Round 2

1 – Queen Elizabeth is allergic to fish – True or False?

2 – How old was the Queen when she ascended the throne?

3 – Which football team does Queen Elizabeth support?

4 – What age was Queen Elizabeth when the people of Wales gifted her a house?

5 – In which year did Elizabeth make her first radio broadcast?

6 – Queen Elizabeth is the only person in the UK allowed to drive without a licence – True or False?

7 – Which country did Prince Phillip flee as a child?

8 – At what venue did the Queen get married?

9 – What is the full name of the Queen’s firstborn child?

10 – In which year was the Queen’s Silver Jubilee?

Round 3

1 – Queen Elizabeth was home educated – True or False?

2 – How old was the queen when she got married?

3 – Which armed forces did Prince Philip serve in?

4 – Where was the Queen’s coronation held?

5 – In which country was Queen Elizabeth when her father passed away?

6 – In which year was the Queen’s Golden Jubilee?

7 – Who was Queen Elizabeth’s first grandchild?

8 – How many children does Queen Elizabeth have?

9 – How many grandchildren does Queen Elizabeth have?

10 – In 2002 Queen Elizabeth celebrated how many years on the throne?

Round 4

1 – What was the name of the Queen’s first Corgi?

2 – The Queen made her first televised Christmas speech in what year?

3 – Her Majesty’s Yacht Britannia was in service until what year?

4 – In 1986 The Queen became the first British Monarch to visit which country?

5 – In 1966 The Queen presented which England football captain with the World Cup Trophy?

6 – In 1973 The Queen opened Sydney Opera House – True or False?

7 – What is currently Her Majesty’s main residence?

8 – Who designed Queen Elizabeth’s wedding dress?

9 – Queen Elizabeth speaks fluent French – True or False?

10 – The queen is terrified of ants – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Kids Geography Quiz

Put your child’s Geography knowledge to the test. Think Countries, world leaders, bodies of water, Flags and Famous Landmarks for inspiration to ace our free Geography quiz. You’ll find easy Geography 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some world-class quizzing.

Round 1 – Capital Cities

1 – What is the capital city of Wales?

2 – What is the capital city of England?

3 – What is the capital city of France?

4 – What is the capital city of Germany?

5 – What is the capital city of Scotland?

6 – Athens is the capital city of which country?

7 – Rome is the capital city of which country?

8 – Moscow is the capital city of which country?

9 – Dublin is the capital city of which country?

10 – Kiev is the capital city of which country?

Round 2 – Flags

1 – Which country’s flag consists of a red dot on a white background?

2 – Which country’s flag depicts a red dragon?

3 – What type of leaf is depicted on the flag of Canada?

4 – What 3 colours make up the flag of France?

5 – What colour stars are depicted on the Flag of Europe?

6 – What is the name of the national flag of the United Kingdom?

7 – What is the most common animal on flags?

8 – What type of reptile is depicted on the flag of Mexico?

9 – What 3 colours make up the flag of Italy?

10 – What color is most common on flags?

Round 3 – Famous Landmarks

1 – In which country is the Great Pyramid of Giza located?

2 – What is the longest wall in the world?

3 – What famous landmark is located in Agra, India?

4 – In which country is the Eifel Tower located?

5 – Which US landmark is sometimes referred to as Lady Liberty?

6 – Machu Picchu is located in which country beginning with P?

7 – In which country is the Sydney Opera House located?

8 – What landmark beginning with S is located next to the Egyptian Pyramids?

9 – What famous landmark is located in Pisa, Italy?

10 – The Grand Kremlin Palace is located in which country?

Round 4 – Geography Superlatives

1 – What A is the largest continent?

2 – What A is the smallest continent?

3 – What E is the highest mountain in the world?

4 – Is the Mediterranean Sea the smallest or largest Sea in the world?

5 – What P is the world’s largest Ocean?

6 – What A is the world’s smallest Ocean?

7 – What N is the world’s longest river?

8 – Angel Falls is the world’s largest what?

9 – In which country would you find the world’s largest Gorge, the Grand Canyon?

10 – Greenland is the world’s largest what?

Round 5 – Countries

1 – Mauna Loa in Hawaii is the earth’s largest active what?

2 – Which country beginning with B has the most rivers?

3 – What R is the largest country in the world?

4 – How many countries make up the United Kingdom – 1, 4 or 6?

5 – Name two continents beginning with A?

6 – Which country had a president called Donald Trump?

7 – The longest international border is between the USA and what other country?

8 – The Sahara desert in Africa is the largest desert in the world – True or False?

9 – Vatican City is the world’s smallest what?

10 – The Grand Canyon is located in which country?

 

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The Ultimate Geography Quiz

Put your Geography knowledge to the test. Think Countries, world leaders, bodies of water, Flags and Famous Landmarks for inspiration to ace our free Geography quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some world-class quizzing.

Round 1 – Countries

1 – Which country has the most castles?

2 – What is the most forested country in the world?

3 – In which country is Chernobyl?

4 – In which country would you find the Namib Desert?

5 – What country is the fastest-sinking city in the world located in?

6 – Which country is located in the geographical centre of Europe?

7 – In what country is the Seine River?

8 – Which is largest island in the world?

9 – What is the smallest country in the world?

10 – Which country lies on two continents?

Round 2 – Capital Cities

1 – What is the capital city of the United Arab Emirates?

2 – What is the capital city of Estonia?

3 – What is the capital city of Bulgaria?

4 – What is the capital city of Iceland?

5 – What is the capital city of Poland?

6 – Lisbon is the capital city of which country?

7 – Bratislava is the capital city of which country?

8 – Saint Peter Port is the capital city of which country?

9 – Copenhagen is the capital city of which country?

10 – Bosnia and Herzegovina are the capital cities of which country?

Round 3 – Famous Landmarks

1 – Which one of the seven wonders of the world is located in China?

2 – Which fortress with enclosed walls is built along the Moskva River?

3 – The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in which country?

4 – Alexandre Gustave Eiffel designed the Eiffel Tower and what other famous monument?

5 – Name the marble mausoleum in the Indian city of Agra?

6 – Where is Stonehenge located?

7 – Name the huge statues located on Easter Island?

8 – In which country is Machu Picchu located?

9 – In which region of China would you find Potala Palce?

10 – Where would you find the world’s largest Buddhist temple?

Round 4 – Flags

1 – What 3 countries have a dragon on their flag?

2 – What three colours feature on the flag of Germany?

3 – What object features on the flag of Canada?

4 – What animal features on the flag of Sri Lanka?

5 – What three colours feature on the flag of Brazil?

6 – What two objects feature on the flag of Turkey?

7 – Name one of the two countries with square flags?

8 – What animal features on the flag of Albania?

9 – What object features on the flag of Somalia?

10 – What two colours feature on the flag of Sweden?

Round 5 – Geographical Discoveries

1 – Who is credited with discovering the Americas in 1492?

2 – Ferdinand Magellan was the first explorer to do what?

3 – Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first men to reach the summit of which mountain?

4 – What was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007?

5 – Pedro Álvares Cabral is regarded as ‘the discoverer’ of which country?

6 – Who was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe in a single expedition?

7 – Sir Walter Raleigh embarked on two unsuccessful expeditions in search of which legendary city?

8 – Roald Amundsen was the first man to reach what, during an Antarctic expedition in 1910-1912?

9 – Who discovered Mt. Erebus?

10 – The North Pole can’t be reached on foot – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Medical Anagrams Quiz

Rearrange the letters to form a medical word or phrase. Try to ace our free Medical Anagrams quiz, which includes categories from body parts, medical terms, diseases & medical professionals. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some puzzling quizzing.

Round 1 – Body Parts

1 – Dine Sky

2 – Ago Pushes

3 – A Rachet

4 – Acre Big

5 – Inset Inset

6 – Penis

7 – Cam Host

8 – Lenka

9 – Dip Graham

10 – Mr Cute

Round 2 – Diseases & Conditions

1 – Hat Sam

2 – Beadiest

3 – Irish Tart

4 – Thai Spite

5 – British Con

6 – Abscise

7 – Luscious Bert

8 – Elm Seas

9 – Lara Mai

10 – Poser Denis

Round 3 – Medical Professionals

1 – Runes

2 – Initiated

3 – Epic Drama

4 – Cod Rot

5 – Hard Progeria

6 – Eat Photos

7 – Stinted

8 – Dine Patricia

9 – Egos Run

10 – Nod Shirt Toot

Round 4 – Medical Terms

1 – Sob Yip

2 – Coyest Teller

3 – Meade

4 – Acre Turf

5 – Anti Pet

6 – Thy Pensioner

7 – Insole

8 – Seaside

9 – Stripper Icon

10 – Nervous Tina

Round 5 – Medicines & Treatments

1 – Thyme Poacher

2 – Aortae Clamp

3 – Cutup Uncare

4 – Rey Rugs

5 – Art Hype

6 – Axe Vital

7 – Pin Homer

8 – Tibia Tonics

9 – Hyper Isopathy

10 – Anemia Toxin

 

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The Ultimate 60s Tv & Film Quiz

Think you know something about TV & Film in the 60s era? Think Film stars, beloved TV series’ and their actors, hit movies and 60s TV game shows for inspiration to ace our free 1960s TV & Film quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some nostalgic quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Which 1964 Disney film did Julie Andrews star in?

2 – Who voiced Bagheera in the 1967 Disney movie?

3 – The 1963 movie The Great Escape is based on which prison camp?

4 – Oliver is a 1968 British period musical drama film based on a novel from which famous writer?

5 – Name the first James Bond film that was released in 1963?

6 – The 1969 film ‘Hello Dolly’ won how many academy awards?

7 – Which 1965 film is the re-telling of the Biblical account of Jesus?

8 – What 1961 movie stars Elvis Presley as Chad Gates?

9 – Which 1962 film is based on the true story of Anne Sullivan?

10 – Which actors played Bonnie & Clyde in the 1967 film?

Round 2

1 – In which year did ‘On The Buses’ begin?

2 – Name the three daughters in the 1963 ‘Petticoat Junction’ tv show?

3 – Which 1962 series was the first show ever broadcast in colour on the ABC network?

4 – What was the first dramatic TV series to star a Black man in 1965?

5 – What was the name of the gang ‘Top Cat’ was the leader of in the 1961 animated series?

6 – In the 1960 series ‘Popeye the sailor’ who is Popeye fighting for Olive oils heart?

7 – What was the trademark catchphrase for The Porky Pig Show in 1964?

8 – What was the first British television series to appear in colour in 1964?

9 -‘Hawaii Five-O’ was the longest-running police procedural in television history how many years was it on air?

10 – What colour were the 1969 ‘Clangers’?

Round 3

1 – Which 1961 Disney film involves lost puppies?

2 – Which actress plays Pollyanna in the 1960 film?

3 – Which 1965 movie features Leslie & the despicable Professor Fate in a car race from New York to Paris?

4 – Which character does Benny Hill portray in the 1969 movie Italian Job?

5 – Which animated sitcom takes place in the stone age?

6 – In which year did ‘University Challenge’ first air?

7 – What is the name of the British science fiction television programme containing Daleks?

8 – What TV show was recognised in the Guinness World Records in 2015 as the longest-running football television programme in the world?

9 – Which famous actress starred n the 1961 movie ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s?

10 – Name the Owl in the 1963 Disney movie “The Sword in the Stone”?

Round 4

1 – What was the first animated television series based on a DC Comics title to hit tv in 1966?

2 – Who played James Bond in the 1964 Goldfinger?

3 – Which actor plays Burt in Mary Poppins?

4 – The Rat Patrol (1966) was an action show set during what?

5 – Who portrays Arthur ‘Boo’ Radley in the 1962 classic To Kill a Mockingbird?

6 – How many cars are featured in the 1968 series of Wacky races?

7 – A character named Paparazzo is the reason the word “paparazzi” exists from which 1960 film?

8 – Who was the star of the Dollars Trilogy?

9 – How many seasons did the 1964 sitcom Bewitched have?

10 – In which year did the quiz show ‘Jeopardy!’ begin?

Round 5

1 – Who played Norman Bates in the 1960 movie Psycho?

2 – How many academy awards did the 1962 film ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ win?

3 – What is the name of the Inspector from the 1969 “The Pink Panther Show”?

4 – How many seasons did the 1962 TV show ‘Steptoe & Son’ run on BBC?

5 – Name the Thunderbird family from the 1965 hit series?

6 – Which 60s cartoon featured the ‘Mystery Machine’?

7 – The (1964–1966) TV series of cartoons from The New Yorker was based on what family?

8 – Name the comedy duo from the 1968 ‘Morcombe and Wise’ show?

9 – Which BBC series featured men too old or ineligible for Military service?

10 – Which show that started in 1969 still uses the same Jim Henson puppets in all episodes?

 

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The Ultimate Famous Slogans Quiz

Can you identify a brand by its slogan? From the very first slogans used in TV advertising to the modern day jingles on the radio that we just can’t stop singing. Think food joints, sportswear and big brand retailers for inspiration to ace our free Slogans quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some quizzing.

Round 1

1 – “It does exactly what it says on the tin”

2 – “Just Do It”

3 – “Every Little Helps”

4 – “Good things come to those who wait”

5 – “They’re grrrrreat”

6 – “Believe in Better”

7 – “Eat fresh”

8 – “The Best a Man Can Get”

9 – “Once You Pop, You Can’t Stop”

10 – “Taste the rainbow”

Round 2

1 – “The taste of paradise”

2 – “Have it your way”

3 – “Power Your Dreams”

4 – “Let’s have a proper brew!”

5 – “Strive for perfection in everything you do”

6 – “The totally tropical taste”

7 – “Probably the best beer in the world”

8 – “Exceedingly good cakes”

9 – “Because You’re Worth It”

10 – “Made to make your mouth water”

Round 3

1 – “Advancement Through Technology”

2 – “What’s the Worst That Could Happen?”

3 – “Where will tomorrow take you?”

4 – “Bang! and the dirt is gone!”

5 – “There’s a glass and a half in every one”

6 – “It’s good to talk”

7 – “The make-up of make-up artists”

8 – “A Better Life, A Better World”

9 – “Buy it. Sell it. Love it”

10 – “We cross the ‘T’s, dot the ‘I’s and put ‘U’ in the middle”

Round 4

1 – “The most colourful name in cosmetics”

2 – “Good to the last drop”

3 – “It Could be You”

4 – “Connecting People”

5 – “Share Moments. Share Life.”

6 – “Redefining standards”

7 – “Spend a little, live a lot!”

8 – “Loves the jobs you hate”

9 – “Soft, strong and very long”

10 – “Any time, any place, anywhere”

Round 5

1 – “Insurance solutions from A to Z”

2 – “Reassuringly expensive”

3 – “The sweet you can eat between meals”

4 – “The lighter way to enjoy chocolate!”

5 – “Water the way nature intended”

6 – “Together We Thrive”

7 – “Bread wi’ nowt taken out”

8 – “Devon knows how they make it so creamy”

9 – “Kills all known germs – Dead”

10 – “It’s A Bit of an Animal”

 

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The Ultimate 2000s Music Quiz

Think you know your stuff when it comes to the music of the 00s music era? Think Bands, Artists, and Hit noughties bangers for inspiration to ace our free 2000s Music quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some musical quizzing.

Round 1

1 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2000?

2 – What was the most downloaded song of 2007?

3 – The “Ray” and “Mr Hathaway” Amy Winehouse references in “Rehab” in 2006 were about whom?

4 – Will.I.Am wrote which Black Eyed Peas song the night of President Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2009?

5 – Which artist wrote Pussycat Dolls “Don’t Cha”?

6 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2001?

7 – How many weeks did “Never Have A Dream Come True” top the UK charts in 2000?

8 – Who was Kelly Clarkson’s “Breakaway” originally written for?

9 – Beyonce’s 2003 hit “Crazy in Love” features which artist?

10 – What year was Nelly’s “Hot in Here” released?

Round 2

1 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2002?

2 – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger was a song by which duo in 2002?

3 – Which 2002 song by Missy Elliot received a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance?

4 – What year was Shakira’s “Hips Don’t Lie” released?

5 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2003?

6 – “One Armed Scissor” is a song by the band the Drive-In, It was the first single from which album?

7 – How many weeks did “Whole Again” top the UK charts in 2001?

8 – How many songs did Steps release in the 00s?

9 – The Gorillaz second studio album, Demon Days (2005) went Platinum how many times in the UK?

10 – “Pyramid Song” was released in 2001 by which band?

Round 3

1 – How many weeks did “Loneliness” top the UK charts in 2003?

2 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2004?

3 – Which artists covered the 2001 version of “Lady Marmalade”?

4 – What was the best selling UK single in 2005?

5 – “I’m Like A Bird” was released by which artist in 2000?

6 – Who recorded “Cha Cha Slide” in 2004?

7 – What was the best selling UK single of 2006?

8 – In which year did Bruno Mars’ career start?

9 – What was Cheryl Cole’s debut solo single in 2009?

10 – In which year was Rihanna’s 3rd album “Good Girl Gone Bad” released?

Round 4

1 – What genre of music did the 2004 band Paramore produce?

2 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2007?

3 – What was Akon’s first single in 2004 from his debut album trouble?

4 – When did Jason Derulo start his solo career?

5 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2008?

6 – Who wrote Mario’s 2004 hit “Let Me Love You”?

7 – Which song by Kesha released in 2009 has the same name as a social media app?

8 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 2009?

9 – How many Grammy nominations did Plain White T’s 2007 hit “Hey There Delilah” receive?

10 – “Mr Brightside” was the first single released by which American Rock band in 2004?

Round 5

1 – “I know you’re feeling me ’cause you like it like this” is from which 2000 song?

2 – “I’m crying here, what have you done?” is from which 2001 song?

3 – “He took me to the future in the flux thing and I saw everything” is from which 2002 song?

4 – “Gonna go to the place that’s the best” is from which 2003 song?

5 – “Not into fashion but I love the clothes she wears” is from which 2004 song?

6 – “She smiled at me on the subway” is from which 2005 song?

7 – “It’s erotic, exotic, hypnotic that’s for sure” is from which 2006 song?

8 – “I could be brown, I could be blue, I could be violet sky” is from which 2007 song?

9 – “Turn the music up in here I still hear her loud and clear” is from which 2008 song?

10 – “Damn, the doctor’s just finished telling me there’s no time” is from which 2009 song?

 

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The Ultimate 90s Music Quiz

Think you know your stuff when it comes to the music of the 90s music era? Think Bands, Artists, and Hit 90s bangers for inspiration to ace our free 90s Music quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some musical quizzing.

Round 1

1 – How many weeks was “Ice Ice Baby” a UK no1 in 1990?

2 – Who sang “Should I Stay or Should I Go” in 1991?

3 – In which year did Britney Spear’s career start?

4 – What was the best selling UK single in 1990?

5 – Which Disney song did Christina Aguilera record in 1998?

6 – Which artist sang “Oh Carolina” in 1993?

7 – What was the best selling UK single in 1999?

8 – Pato Banton had A UK no1 with which song in 1994?

9 – “Earth Song” was released by which Artist in 1995?

10 – How many album singles did Oasis release in the 90s?

Round 2

1 – What was the best selling UK single in 1991?

2 – What was the original title of the 1999 Blink-182 song “What’s my Name Again”?

3 – How long is “November Rain” released in 1992?

4 – What was Eric Clapton’s ” Tears of Heaven” written about in 1991?

5 – In which year did Pearl Jam form?

6 – What was the best selling UK single in 1998?

7 – Which song did Elton John re-record in 1997 to Honour Princess Diana?

8 – Destinys Child was formed in 1990 under which name?

9 – How many albums did Billy Joel release in the 90s?

10 – What was the best selling album in the UK in the 90s?

Round 3

1 – Which Cher song was the first-ever pop song to use Auto-Tune?

2 – What inspired Aerosmith‘s “Livin’ On The Edge” in 1992?

3 – How many weeks was “MMMBop” a UK no1 in 1997?

4 – Which band sang “If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next” in 1998?

5 – What was the best selling UK single in 1992?

6 – How many Number 1 Singles did Mariah Carey on the Billboard Hot 100 in the 1990s?

7 – Which band member’s mum came up with the name Nsync in 1990?

8 – Blink 182 was formed in 1992, what was their original name?

9 – The Cranberries’ song “Zombie” was written about what 1993 event?

10 – What was the best selling UK single in 1996?

Round 4

1 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 1993?

2 – Bette Midler’s version of which song was released in 1990 and won the Grammy Award for Song of The Year in 1991?

3 – How many weeks was “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” a UK no1 in 1999?

4 – Who sang “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in 1996?

5 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 1995?

6 – Outhere Brothers had a UK no1 in 1995 with which song?

7 – How many weeks was “Barbie Girl” a UK no1 in 1997?

8 – How many weeks did “Jump” by Kris Kross stay at the top of Billboard Hot 100 in 1992?

9 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 1994?

10 – Who released “Twist and Shout” in 1994?

Round 5

1 – “Love can touch us one time” is from which 1997 song?

2 – “Make it last forever, friendship never ends” is from which 1996 song?

3 – “Why can’t you just tell the truth, If somebody’s there then tell me who” is from which 1999 song?

4 – “And all the roads we have to walk are winding” is from which 1995 song?

5 – “He was warm, he came around like he was dignified” is from which 1997 song?

6 – “Boy don’t you know you can’t escape me” is from which 1995 song?

7 – “To see for certain what I thought I knew” is from which 1991 song?

8 – “Cause we know we’re falling from grace” is from which 1999 song?

9 – “Do you play with the girls, play with the boys?” is from which 1998 song?

10 – “If you wanna be with me, baby there’s a price to pay” is from which 1999 song?

 

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The Ultimate 80s Music Quiz

Think you know your stuff when it comes to the music of the 80s music era? Think Bands, Artists, and Hit 80s bangers for inspiration to ace our free 80s Music quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some musical quizzing.

Round 1

1 – What was the best selling UK single of the year 1980?

2 – What is the name of the British Pop group which is also an alcoholic drink?

3 – Who released “Come on Eileen” in 1982?

4 – What year was Band Aid’s “Do they know it’s Christmas” released?

5 – What song and film of the same name featured Prince in 1984?

6 – “Beat it” was part of Michael Jackson’s 6th Album named?

7 – Who is the original singer of “Uptown Girl” in 1983?

8 – How many weeks did Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” top the UK charts in 1987?

9 – What was the best selling UK single in 1989?

10 – Who was the original singer of “External Flame” in 1988?

Round 2

1 – “Straight Outta Compton” was the debut single for which group in 1988?

2 – The album “Like A Prayer” was released by who in 1989?

3 – How many hit singles did David Bowie release in the 80s?

4 – “Close to Me” was a song by which English Rock band in 1985?

5 – “Sexual Healing” by Marvin Gaye was released in 1982 for which album?

6 – What was the best selling UK single in 1988?

7 – What was the opening track from American musician Tom Petty’s debut solo album, Full Moon Fever in 1989?

8 – Which artist wrote and recorded “Dancing in the Dark in 1984?

9 – Phil Bailey’s “Easy Lover” in 1985 was a duet with which artist?

10 – Who was Chris de Burgh’s song “Lady in Red” written about?

Round 3

1 – What was Tina Turner’s most successful single which was released in 1984?

2 – Which song was The Police’s 5th UK No1, released in 1983?

3 – How many times did Aha release “Take on Me”?

4 – How many album singles did U2 release in the 80s?

5 – “The Sweetest Taboo” released in 1985 was a song by which English group?

6 – In 1980 “Xanadu” was NO1 in the UK charts for 2 weeks, Who sang it?

7 – Which Lionel Richie song did he perform at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles?

8 – “Africa” was released in 1982 by which American Rock band?

9 – What was the best selling UK single in 1987?

10 – What was the best selling UK Single in 1981?

Round 4

1 – What was the best selling UK Single in 1982?

2 – Which year was “Should I Stay or Should I Go” by the clash released?

3 – What was Cindi Lauper’s first number-one single on the Billboard charts in 1984?

4 – What was the best selling UK Single in 1985?

5 – “It’s the End of the World as We Know it” appeared on which R.E.M album in1987?

6 -“Under Pressure” was released by Queen and which artist in 1981?

7 – What was the best selling UK Single in 1986?

8 – “Whip it” was released in 1980 by which band?

9 – “Total Eclipse of the Heart” was recorded in 1983 by which Welsh singer?

10 – What was the best selling UK Single in 1983?

Round 5

1 – “I was sick and tired of everything When I called you last night from Glasgow” is from which 1980 song?

2 – “Be out of the picture and off of the screen” is from which 1981 song?

3 – “Went the distance, now I’m back on my feet” is from which 1982 song?

4 – “Don’t time fly when you’re loving and laughing” is from which 1983 song?

5 – “Live those dreams, Scheme those schemes” is from which 1984 song?

6 – “If I was a painter, I’d paint a world that couldn’t taint her” is from which 1985 song?

7 – “You took a mystery and made me want it” is from which 1986 song?

8 – “Maybe I didn’t hold you, All those lonely, lonely times” is from which 1987 song?

9 – “When I kiss your lips Ooh, I start to shiver” is from which 1988 song?

10 – “I’m down on my knees, I wanna take you there” is from which 1989 song?

 

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