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Two entrants scored a perfect ten this month.

They are:

Bill from Tarpon Springs

Tim from New Port Richey, FL

Bill from Tarpon Springs was closest on the tie-breaking question and will receive a cool and comfortable

Songfacts t-shirt. :coolio:

Here are the answers:

1. What duo had 17 U.S. Billboard Top 40 Hot 100 hits in the '70s?

Carpenters

2. Who recorded the biggest selling album by a teenage girl that was released in the 20th century?

Britney Spears

Her album ...Baby One More Time was released in 1999 when she was 17 years old.

3. What famous singer scored his first U.S. Hot 100 #1 single when the song was used in an Eddie Murphy movie?

Bob Seger

"Shakedown" was used in the movie Beverly Hills Cop II, starring Eddie Murphy.

4. What band toured in 1996 with all their original members for the first time since 1979?

Kiss

5. Who did Lindsay Lohan sue for using her name in a popular song?

Pitbull

He mentions her in the song "Give Me Everything (Tonight)"

6. Since 1990, what Belgium-born singer has had the biggest hit (most weeks at #1) on the U.S. Hot 100?

Gotye - "Somebody That I Used To Know"

7. What #1 U.S. Hot 100 hit from the '90s features a flamenco guitar?

"Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?" by Bryan Adams

The song is from the movie Don Juan DeMarco starring Johnny Depp.

8. What Bruce Springsteen song is titled after a movie from the '50s?

"Thunder Road"

The movie is from 1958 and starred Robert Mitchum.

9. Which Black Eyed Peas single was co-written and featured backing vocals by Justin Timberlake?

"Where Is The Love?"

10. Since the U.S. Hot 100 started in 1958, how many songs with the word "party" in the title have been #1 hits?

Two

"It's My Party" - Leslie Gore (1963)

"Party Rock Anthem" - LMFAO (2011)

Congratulations to Bill and thanks to all who entered this month's Mighty Songfacts Trivia Quiz. :thumbsup:

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Terrible, Jeff?

I like that song. :sing1:

Although it fits the criteria for the Flamenco guitar, the question asks for a #1 Hot 100 hit.

"How Bizarre" didn't chart on the Hot 100 chart.

It did chart on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart, which is a different chart but it only peaked at #4 on that chart anyways.

How Bizarre. :tongue:

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