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11 minutes ago, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

May as well have multiple quiz questions on the go.

3 brothers who all charted in the UK with singles over two decades.

Name the artists, the songs and the years they charted.

 

Eden Kane, Five top ten singles '61-'64 (Well I ask You & Get Lost, '61, Forget Me Not & I Don'y Know Why, '62, Boys Cry, '64)

Peter Sarstedt, Where do you go to, '69

Robin Sarstedt, My Resistance is Low, '76.

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7 minutes ago, YoungWillz said:

I think you should press your case here and name a song. This is looking promising...:P

Can think what song it could be

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4 minutes ago, time said:

Eden Kane, Five top ten singles '61-'64

Peter Sarstedt, Where do you go to, '69

Robin Sarstedt, My Resistance is Low, '76.

Bingo!!!

 

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2 hours ago, Wee Jum said:

Is it something by The Darkness / British Whale ?

Nope, here's some more hints

Some fragments of lyrics from other songs of theirs:

"Jersey bound..."

"Good eye sniper"

"Honey it's in the stars"

Note that none of these lyrics are from the song I want you to guess and none of these lyrics are from the same song.

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welcome home coheed and cambria

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3 minutes ago, Wee Jum said:

welcome home coheed and cambria

Got it, congrats.

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Scandinavian band from the late 80's early 90's that released 3 albums

 

The female singer went on to have a very successful solo carreer

 

The song reached number 17 in the UK charts and number 1 in the US Mod Rock charts in the eary 90's

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4 minutes ago, Wee Jum said:

Scandinavian band from the late 80's early 90's that released 3 albums

 

The female singer went on to have a very successful solo carreer

 

The song reached number 17 in the UK charts and number 1 in the US Mod Rock charts in the eary 90's

The sugarcubes. Bjork.

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What song ?

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1 minute ago, Wee Jum said:

What song ?

Ah forgot. Is the song Hit?

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2 minutes ago, The Quim Reaper said:

Hit by The Sugarcubes?

 

Correct

 

 

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2 minutes ago, The Quim Reaper said:

Hit by The Sugarcubes?

Lol think you got it. For some reason the site didnt notify me you commented too.

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Ooh, I got it by mere milliseconds!

 

1) Reached No.3 in UK charts in the late 90s

2) About 6 and a half minutes long

3) The song name is taken from a fictional character created by Douglas Adams

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3 minutes ago, The Quim Reaper said:

Ooh, I got it by mere milliseconds!

 

1) Reached No.3 in UK charts in the late 90s

2) About 6 and a half minutes long

3) The song name is taken from a fictional character created by Douglas Adams

Radiohead, paranoid android

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14 minutes ago, FixedBusiness said:

Radiohead, paranoid android

 

In hindsight, that one was fucking easy.

 

Next.

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Ooh, it's been all go while I've been chuckling at the Tories....

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Originally released in December 1975

 

American singer, who is a one hit wonder

 

The song has featured on the soundtrack for 6 different films

 

Never charted (or as far as I can see) in the UK,

Weekly singles charts

Chart (1975–76) Peak
position
Australia 24
Canada (RPM) 1
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ) 31
US Billboard Hot 100 2
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard) 14
US Cash Box Top 100 1

 

 

   
   
   
 

 

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The follow up single "Love is Alive,"  was a #2 hit in the USA

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52 minutes ago, Wee Jum said:

Originally released in December 1975

 

American singer, who is a one hit wonder

 

The song has featured on the soundtrack for 6 different films

 

Never charted (or as far as I can see) in the UK,

Weekly singles charts

Chart (1975–76) Peak
position
Australia 24
Canada (RPM) 1
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ) 31
US Billboard Hot 100 2
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard) 14
US Cash Box Top 100 1

 

 

   
   
   
 

 

Dream Weaver, Gary Wright

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7 hours ago, time said:

Dream Weaver, Gary Wright

Correct

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US song of the mid-70s, top 10 in US and UK.

Spawned a UK parody which also was a top 10 hit.

Inspired a movie of the same name.

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Convoy.

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54 minutes ago, charon said:

Convoy.

Correct.

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I'll let someone else pose one, freezing my tits off at the mo  and can't think.

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