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"I'll give you ten song titles, simply identify the artists. All titles are partly or wholly comprised of numbers, and all have made an appearance in the British singles charts."
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"007 (Shanty Town)" was the first British chart entry for which Jamaican reggae act?
Desmond Dekker and The Aces
Bob Marley and The Wailers
Toots and The Maytals
"2-4-6-8 Motorway" was a hit in 1977. It was usually a guaranteed dance-floor filler, but who sang it?
Ian Dury and The Blockheads
Tom Robinson Band
Jonathan Richman and The Modern Lovers
Bill Haley and The Comets
Although mostly considered an album band, this British outfit have also had several hit singles amongst which is "2+2=5". This was a hit in 2003 for which band?
Manic Street Preachers
"C'30, C'60, C'90, Go" was the first chart success for which band in 1980?
Adam and The Ants
Bow Wow Wow
Which band caught the "5.15" train in 1973?
Countdowns were big news in the '60s with the 'space race' hotting up but whose first chart success was "5-4-3-2-1" in 1964?
The Rolling Stones
Which soul act was keen on the phone number "634-5789" in 1966?
Sam and Dave
"1999" has been a hit on three separate occasions for this artist: in 1983, in 1985 and not surprisingly again in 1999. Although he is known to change his name occasionally, he is usually known by which name?
Terence Trent D'Arby
An American band were checking the time in 2003 and found it to be "12.51". What was their name?
The Kings of Leon
This band were getting no reply when they dialled "184.108.40.206" back in 1978. Who sang this song?
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