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Something in Common
"Many songs contain mathematical references (some intentionally, some not). Can you recognise these songs and bands?"
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Which New Zealand band sang the song: 'Why Does Love Do This To Me?"
The Square Roots
The line "Mathematically turning the page, unequivocally showing my age" is a line from the song "Black Math". A colour also appears in the name of the band that performed it. What colour is it?
The song "Particle Man" by They Might be Giants contains the line: "Triangle man hates particle man. They have a fight..." Did triangle man win?
What word completes this line from a System of a Down song: "Tell the people that arrive, we don't need to ..."
Fill in the missing word in the Cure album title: "Three ... Boys"
Which band tried to break new mathematical ground with the song "2 + 2 = 5"?
The Offspring showed some novel arithmetic skill when they counted to six in Spanish at the start of "Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)". They counted off seven numbers on their way to six. Which number did they repeat?
In 1966, Love released the single "7 and 7 is". What was the B-side?
Which Tool song (from the album Lateralus) draws heavily on the Fibonacci Sequence?
Sequins and Pearls
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8
"The Tide is High" was a number one hit for Blondie in 1980 and for Atomic Kitten in 2002. Complete the lyric: The tide is high but I'm holding on, I'm gonna be your..."
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