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Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#1 Post by I Love the 80s! » Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:04 pm

Decades: Bandstand - Track 15
October 18, 2019

The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band

Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano
3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering
4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser


Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion
9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler
12. Gary and Martin Kemp
13. Mark and David Knopfler
14. Jim and William Reid

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet


Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.


Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986)
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.
20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.


Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group.
Name the composer.
Name the album series (two words).


No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?

Total points available: 51

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#2 Post by SportsFan68 » Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:40 pm

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[quote="I Love the 80s!"]Decades: Bandstand - Track 15
October 18, 2019

The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band

Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan - Guns N Roses
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano - Los Lobos
3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering
4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser


Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion - Jackson Browne
9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler a. Dire Straits
12. Gary and Martin Kemp d. Spandau Ballet
13. Mark and David Knopfler b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
14. Jim and William Reid c. The Psychedelic Furs

Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

The Traveling Wilburys

Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986) David Bowie. I actually saw this one. "You have no power over me . . ."
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.
20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.


Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group.
Name the composer.
Name the album series (two words).


No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#3 Post by franktangredi » Fri Oct 18, 2019 5:46 am

Spoiler
We're With the Band
Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan
GUNS 'N' ROSES
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano
LOS LOBOS
3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering
4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen
DEF LEPARD
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser
MEN AT WORK

Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion
JACKSON BROWNE
9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line
HOWARD JONES
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down
DAVID BOWIE

Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler - B
12. Gary and Martin Kemp - D
13. Mark and David Knopfler - A
14. Jim and William Reid - C

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet

Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

THE TRAVELING WILBURYS


Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome
DEBBIE HARRY
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)
STING
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986)
DAVID BOWIE
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.
JOAN JETT
20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.

Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group.
MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER
Name the composer.
Name the album series (two words).

No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?[/b]
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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#4 Post by littlebeast13 » Fri Oct 18, 2019 5:49 am

Spoiler
We're With the Band
Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan - Guns N Roses
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano
3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering - Pixies
4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen - Def Leppard
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser - Men At Work


Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One - Dammit, I know this one..... Asia?
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion - Jackson Browne
9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler - B
12. Gary and Martin Kemp - D
13. Mark and David Knopfler - A
14. Jim and William Reid - C

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet


Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

The Traveling Wilburys (Or Dingleberries, as Butthead once called them)


Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986) - David Bowie
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.
20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.


Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group. - Manheim Steamroller?
Name the composer.
Name the album series (two words).


No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)? LOL!

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#5 Post by T_Bone0806 » Fri Oct 18, 2019 6:54 am

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Decades: Bandstand - Track 15
October 18, 2019

The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band

Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan

Guns and Roses...blechhhh

2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano

Los Lobos

3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering

The Pixies

4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen

Def Leppard

5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser

Men At Work



Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood

Stevie Ray Vaughn

7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One

Toto

8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion

Jackson Browne

9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line

Howard Jones

10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down

David Bowie



Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler

Psychedelic Furs

12. Gary and Martin Kemp

Spandau Ballet

13. Mark and David Knopfler

Dire Straits

14. Jim and William Reid

Jesus and Mary Chain



Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

Traveling Wilburys


This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.




Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome

Deborah Harry

17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)

Sting

18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986)

David Bowie

19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.

Joan Jett

20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.

Gene Simmons



Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group.

Mannheim Steamroller

Name the composer.

Chip Davis

Name the album series (two words).

Fresh Aire



No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?

I've had Abbey Road and Dark Side of The Moon on all but cassette.


Total points available: 51
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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#6 Post by ShamelessWeasel » Fri Oct 18, 2019 6:56 am

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1. GnR
2. Los Lobos
3. Pixies
4. Def Leppard
5. Men at Work
6. Stevie Ray Vaughan
7. nope
8. Jackson Browne
9. nope
10. David Bowie
11. Richard and Tim Butler c. The Psychedelic Furs
12. Gary and Martin Kemp d. Spandau Ballet
13. Mark and David Knopfler a. Dire Straits
14. Jim and William Reid b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
15. Traveling Wilburys
16. Debby Harry
17. Sting
18. David Bowie
19. nope
20. nope
21. nope
No points bonus: Dark side of the moon (I originally has this on 8 track and still to this day remember when the song split when the track changed)

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#7 Post by PanicinDetroit » Fri Oct 18, 2019 9:26 am

Spoiler
The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band
Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKaganGuns n Roses
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad LozanoLos Lobos?
3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David LoveringThe Pixies
4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick AllenDef Leppard
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry SpeiserMen At Work

Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas FloodStevie Ray Vaughn
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh OneToto
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in MotionJackson Browne
9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That LineHoward Jones
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me DownDavid Bowie


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim ButlerPsychedelic Furs
12. Gary and Martin KempSpandau Ballet
13. Mark and David KnopflerDire Straits
14. Jim and William ReidJesus and Mary Chain

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet


Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.
The Traveling Wilburys

Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's VideodromeDebby Harry
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)Sting
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986)David Bowie
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.Joan Jett
20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.Gene Simmons


Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group. Mannheim Steamroller
Name the composer.
Name the album series (two words).


No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)? The Wall

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#8 Post by kroxquo » Fri Oct 18, 2019 2:51 pm

Spoiler
The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band
Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan Guns n Roses
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano Los Lobos
3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering
4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser Men at Work


Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion Jackson Browne
9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down David Bowie


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler D
12. Gary and Martin Kemp B
13. Mark and David Knopfler A
14. Jim and William Reid C

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet


Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

Traveling Wilburys

Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome Debbie Harry
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985) Sting
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986) David Bowie
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother. Cher
20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway. Mick Jagger


Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group. Mannheim Steamroller
Name the composer.
Name the album series (two words). Fresh Aire


No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)? Sgt. Pepper - Vinyl, CD, Digital

Total points available: 51

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#9 Post by mellytu74 » Sat Oct 19, 2019 10:32 pm

Spoiler
The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band
Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan - GUN 'N' ROSES
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano - LOS LOBOS
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser - MEN AT WORK


Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood - STEVIE RAY VAUGHN?
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One - TOTO
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion - JACKSON BROWNE
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down - DAVID BOWIE


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler - c. The Psychedelic Furs
12. Gary and Martin Kemp - d. Spandau Ballet
13. Mark and David Knopfler - a. Dire Straits
14. Jim and William Reid - b. The Jesus and Mary Chain

Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

THE TRAVELING WILBURYS

Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome - DEBBIE HARRY
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985) - STING
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986) - DAVID BOWIE
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother. - JOAN JETT

Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group. - MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER

No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?

Two - The Benny Goodman 1938 Carnegie Hall Concert and Stevie Wonder's Songs in the Key of Life. In Vinyl (still), cassette, CD (still), downloaded on Napster/Spotify.


Total points available: 51

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#10 Post by Estonut » Sun Oct 20, 2019 5:16 am

Spoiler
Decades: Bandstand - Track 15
October 18, 2019

The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band

Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan - Guns N' Roses
2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano - Los Lobos
3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering - Pixies
4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen - Def Leppard
5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser - Men at Work


Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood -
7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One -
8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion - Jackson Browne
9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line - Howard Jones
10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down - David Bowie


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler - The Psychedelic Furs
12. Gary and Martin Kemp - Spandau Ballet
13. Mark and David Knopfler - Dire Straits
14. Jim and William Reid - The Jesus and Mary Chain

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet


Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long. - The Traveling Wilburys


Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome - Debbie Harry
17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985) - Sting
18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986) - David Bowie
19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother. - Joan Jett
20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway. - Gene Simmons


Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group. - Mannheim Steamroller
Name the composer. - Chip Davis
Name the album series (two words). - Fresh Aire


No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)? - Who's Next

Total points available: 51
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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#11 Post by A Non E. Muss » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:13 am

Spoiler
Decades: Bandstand - Track 15
October 18, 2019

The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band
Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan

GUNS N' ROSES

2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano

LOS LOBOS

3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering

THE PIXIES

4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen

DEF LEPPARD

5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser

MEN AT WORK

Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood

STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN (& Double Trouble)

7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One

TOTO

8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion

JACKSON BROWNE

9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line

HOWARD JONES

10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down

DAVID BOWIE

Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler

THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS

12. Gary and Martin Kemp

SPANDAU BALLET

13. Mark and David Knopfler

DIRE STRAITS

14. Jim and William Reid

THE JESUS & MARY CHAIN

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet


Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

THE TRAVELING WILBURYS

Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome

GRACE JONES

17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)

STING

18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986)

DAVID BOWIE

19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.

JOAN JETT

20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.

TOM WAITS

Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group.

MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER

Name the composer.

SANTA CLAUS

Name the album series (two words).

ELEVATOR MUSIC

No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?

I've only gotten CDs. I will tell you the first CD that I've got: Chicago's Greatest Hits 1982-1989.

Total points available: 51

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#12 Post by Earl the Squirrel » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:33 pm

Spoiler
Decades: Bandstand - Track 15
October 18, 2019

The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band

Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan

Guns n' Roses

2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano

Los Lobos

3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering

Pixies

4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen

Def Leppard

5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser

Men at Work


Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood

Stevie Ray Vaughan

7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One

Toto

8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion

Jackson Browne

9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line

10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down

David Bowie


Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler Jesus and Mary Chain
12. Gary and Martin Kemp Spandau Ballet
13. Mark and David Knopfler Dire Straits
14. Jim and William Reid Psychedelic Furs

a. Dire Straits
b. The Jesus and Mary Chain
c. The Psychedelic Furs
d. Spandau Ballet


Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

Traveling WIlburys

No bonus points for listing the Wilburys' "names"? Cause I could do it!


Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome

Debbie Harry

I used to have a major crush on her BITD. The first movie I saw her in was Union City and it was so weird seeing her with dark hair.

17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)

Sting

I paid money, actual money to see this in the theater. Unlike Sgt Pepper's, it wasn't worth it, even if Jennifer Beals was showing off the goods.

18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986)

David Bowie

That's not the only perfect thing he was sporting in that movie. Hubba, hubba! There really needs to be a member (ha!) ID called The Goblin King's Pants...

19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.

Joan Jett

Of course, my Debbie Harry crush was nothing compared to the Joan Jett one...

20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.

Gene Simmons


Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group.

Mannheim Steamroller

Name the composer.

Chip Davis

Name the album series (two words).

Got Me

I only know of them because of the CW McCall thing...


No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?

Tie between Jerry Jeff Walker Ridin' High and Sweet Desolation Boulevard.

Total points available: 51

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Re: Decades: Bandstand - Track 15 - The 1980s

#13 Post by Vandal » Tue Oct 22, 2019 5:27 am

Answers/points:


Decades: Bandstand - Track 15
October 18, 2019

The 1980s (the final track of the session, only the Grand Finale remains)

We're With the Band
Given some or all of the members, provide the band name (two points each):

1. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Slash, Duff McKagan

Guns and Roses

2. David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Louie Perez, and Conrad Lozano

Los Lobos

3. Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal, David Lovering

The Pixies

4. Phil Collen, Rick Savage, Tony Kenning, Joe Elliott, Steve Clark, Rick Allen

Def Leppard

5. Colin Hay, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham, John Rees, Jerry Speiser

Men At Work



Discography
Name the popular 80s bands/recording artists who recorded each set of albums (two points each)
Note: all albums were definitely released in this decade

6. Soul to Soul, Couldn't Stand The Weather, Texas Flood

Stevie Ray Vaughn

7. Turn Back, Isolation, Fahrenheit, The Seventh One

Toto

8. Hold Out, Lawyers in Love, Lives in the Balance, World in Motion

Jackson Browne

9. Human's Lib, Dream into Action, One to One, Cross That Line

Howard Jones

10. Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), Let's Dance, Tonight, Never Let Me Down

David Bowie



Family Affair
Match the 80s bands with the correct set of siblings (two points each):

11. Richard and Tim Butler

Psychedelic Furs

12. Gary and Martin Kemp

Spandau Ballet

13. Mark and David Knopfler

Dire Straits

14. Jim and William Reid

Jesus and Mary Chain



Rock n Roll cookbook (four points)
15. Name the 80s supergroup from the following recipe:

--Start with two popular solo artists
--Mix in the head of the Heartbreakers (wait, not just his head, the whole...you know what I mean)
--Fold in "some guy" from ELO
--Top with a real, live beetle (okay, Beatle)

Traveling Wilburys


This group generated two good albums (and a boxed set) without touring, but, like most supergroups,they didn't last too long.

Silver Screen
Name the recording artist based on the movie clues below (two points each):

16. She starred as a femme fatale drawn to an unprincipled television executive in 1983's Videodrome

Deborah Harry

17. He portrayed Baron Charles Frankenstein in The Bride, an ill-advised goth remake of The Bride of Frankenstein (1985)

Sting

18. He sported a perfect mullet portraying Jareth the Goblin King, the ruler of the Goblins, in Labyrinth (1986)

David Bowie

19. In 1987s Light of Day, she played an unmarried mother and rock n roller who has a troubled relationship with her strict mother.

Joan Jett

20. He was the sociopathic genius Dr. Charles Luther who matched wits with Tom Selleck in 1984's Runaway.

Gene Simmons



Rock Trivia (three points each):

21. An American neoclassical new-age music group was founded in the 70s by a composer from Omaha. The group is known primarily for its series of albums (four were released in the 80s), which blend classical music with elements of new age and rock, and for its modern recordings of Christmas music (two were released in the 80s).

Name the group.

Mannheim Steamroller

Name the composer.

Chip Davis

Name the album series (two words).

Fresh Aire



No points bonus: What album do you have (or have you had) in the most formats (i.e., vinyl, 8-track, cassette, CD, etc)?
Band on the Run and The Dark Side of the Moon


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