Special Sub-Topic: Whose Album Is It Anyway?
|"Drums and Wires"? A single of the album is "Are You Receiving Me". |
XTC. A brilliant British band headed by Andy Partridge.
|An easy one. "The Great Rock and Roll Swindle"?|
The Sex Pistols. The Celibate Rifles is actually the name of a Sydney punk band from the 80's.
|Was this band "Paranoid" in one song they said "Fairies Wear Boots"? |
Black Sabbath. Ozzy Osbourne at his best, although some people say 'The Osbournes' is his best work!
|"Underneath The Colours" was this band's second album.|
|Did this band know the "Correct Use Of Soap"? This album included the fabulous "Song From Under the Floorboards" and "Permafrost".|
Magazine. Another brilliant British band from the 70's/80's, Howard DeVoto was the "charismatic" singer.
|This band released this album for the "Benefit" of their fans.|
Jethro Tull. Ian Anderson plays many, varied instruments and is totally self taught.
|"Quark Strangeness and Charm"?|
Hawkwind. I don't know a lot about this 70's band (not many people do), but it's a great album!
|Did this band really eat "Goat's Head Soup"? "Star Star" was a big hit with fans of the band.|
Rolling Stones. What a fantastic name for a classic album.
|"Disraeli Gears"? This album included the very funny song "Mother's Lament".|
Cream. This may well rate as the best psychedelic album cover of all time.
|Who performed the original version of "Me, Myself, I", which is also the name of this album?|
Joan Armatrading. Joan and Jethro Tull's lead singer Ian Anderson share a passion for salmon farming.
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