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folder Before and After (14) folder Cryptic Music (21)
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category Guidelines for Music Word Play folder Music in Other Words (19)
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1 Korma Chameleon
Chef must have been listening to Culture Club when he was making some Korma curry recently. He obviously likes his music as there are parts of his curry dishes mixed up in all the song titles. Can you tell who he has been listening to?
Average
10 Q
suomy
Jan 30 13
861 plays
2 Sending Out an SOS
The same code is used throughout this puzzle about the names of classic rock bands and single artists. To get you started, I've provided a clue for the first band. Good luck!
Average
15 Q
Coonielady
Nov 11 13
78 plays
3 A Second Helping of Korma Chameleon
Due to popular demand (okay, I thought I'd write another one), we get to catch up with iPod-addicted Chef who has been mixing up his curries with his music again. Can you tell who he has been listening to?
Not Rated
10 Q
suomy
Today!
0 plays
4 Musical Double Definitions
In this quiz, I will give you two possible definitions, and you tell me which song title fits both definitions.
Average
10 Q
guitargoddess
Nov 10 06
7527 plays
5 Salmon-chanted Evening!
Maxwell has two loves - music and animals. So he listens to his iPod as he works at the local zoo. Sometimes, though, he gets his work and his music a bit mixed up. Can you guess who or what he is listening to as he works?
Average
10 Q
beergirllaura
May 15 12
576 plays
6 The Dark Side of the Baboon
Max spends his days at a zoo, tending to the animals, enjoying the outdoors, and listening to the songs on his iPod. Sometimes he tends to get his music and his animals a bit mixed up. Would you like to spend the day with him?
Average
10 Q
beergirllaura
Nov 21 12
429 plays
7 Alternative Titles
Can you recognise these well known songs in which the titles have been given the opposite meaning? This quiz combines two of my favourite topics - a passion for music and for wordplay.
Average
10 Q
musicmonkeyman
Nov 07 06
9654 plays
8 Bandagrams
The anagrammed name of a musician or band is highlighted in a cryptic-ish clue. All are 'older' performers who are still going strong, or at least still played enough to be well known. Enjoy!
Very Difficult
10 Q
ing
May 18 05
3786 plays
9 Find The Song
The name of the singer will help you find the one word song title hidden in the sentence. Good luck!
Tough
10 Q
Plodd
Jun 27 10
936 plays
10 Wren Will I See You Again?
Max is back to work at the zoo, with his iPod fully charged, and ready to enjoy two of the delights of his life - animals and music. Shall we follow him and listen in?
Easy
10 Q
beergirllaura
Aug 14 12
729 plays
11 Another One Bites the Duck
DJ Magic Mike works at a radio station in London, and specializes in hits from the '60s and '70s. But, he likes to mix things up a bit. Let's listen in and see what songs he has chosen to play today - and see if we remember the UK artists and their hits!
Average
10 Q
beergirllaura
Sep 28 12
375 plays
12 What's Their Theme Song?
Ten different organizations have hired bands to perform a theme song at their annual conference, all held at the Quizzyland Hotel. Fill in the theme song for each group!
Difficult
10 Q
crisw
Apr 30 00
10119 plays
13 Leave My Lyrics Alone
What would happen if these hit songs were attacked by thesaurus-toting crossword addicts? Play here to choose which musical artist achieved success by NOT singing the particular lyrical interpretation presented in each question.
Average
10 Q
kiwilad
Oct 04 11
603 plays
14 Oh No!...I Dropped My Instrument
O.K...I didn't drop the whole instrument, just the vowels. Can you figure out which instruments these are? Just add the missing vowels to get the correct answer. Look at the letter count for clues.
Average
10 Q
dcpddc478
May 24 12
732 plays
15 We Are Young
All the artists in this quiz had hit singles while they were still in their teens. Can you figure out some of their hit songs by solving these wordwise puzzle clues?
Tough
10 Q
zorba_scank
Aug 14 12
321 plays
16 A Rebus of Hit Singles
Have a stab at ten hit singles in Rebus form. A mixture of different artists/bands dating from 1963-1988 (all well-known songs). Year of release is in brackets. Good Luck.
Average
10 Q
navaho56
Jul 23 10
690 plays
17 Musical Spelling Bee
The answers in this quiz are made up of words using the names of musical notes. The clues are given in the form of different types of music theory.
Tough
10 Q
Ogh
Apr 23 12
267 plays
18 I Could Have Danced All Night
To the tunes of these musical instruments. Solve this mixed bag of puzzles to find ten different types of musical instruments. Play on!
Average
10 Q
zorba_scank
Nov 11 12
360 plays
19 Rock/Metal Albums Before & After
This quiz is similar to my 'Movie Title B&A' and 'Song Title B&A' quizzes. The last word of the first album title is the first word of the second title. Good Luck!
Average
10 Q
scarygirl11
Nov 25 10
432 plays
20 Hershey Goes Again
All the answers in this quiz will be a pun; the song titles will have some words replaced for a candy. The style is similar to my quiz "Berry Punny", if you've played that. Example in question one.
Impossible
10 Q
salami_swami
Apr 05 11
321 plays
21 Rebus of Hit Singles 2
Welcome to this my second attempt at a music quiz. Take your time and have a stab at it. Old Chinese proverb "Say what you see" (Roy "Confused" Walker).
Average
10 Q
navaho56
Aug 25 10
528 plays
22 Up and Down the Musical Ladder
Drop a letter and anagram until you get to the two letter word, then start building up again. All the questions are about song lyrics, band names or songwriters. Some are Country, some are Rock, some may be obscure. Good Luck.
Average
10 Q
da_man11
Dec 05 10
597 plays
23 Rock Antonyms
I'll give you an opposite title of a well known rock song from the 1980s-90s and you guess the correct title. Good luck and have fun.
Tough
10 Q
diamondjim68
Aug 20 12
513 plays
24 Wordwise Songs
This quiz contains ten wordwised songs from my MP3! Solve each wordwise to discover the kind of music I listen to!
Difficult
10 Q
salami_swami
Nov 06 08
732 plays
25 Berry Punny
While playing a quiz with puns, I decided to make one of my own. Join me as I blend fruits and vegetables into the titles of my medley of music. Example in question 1.
Very Difficult
10 Q
salami_swami
Apr 07 09
327 plays
26 Musical Rebuses
The premise is simple: Read the rebuses carefully, then think of a musical symbol, term, or instrument. For example: PEE AN OH would be Piano. Enjoy!
Difficult
10 Q
klavierstueck
Jul 12 10
228 plays
27 Song Opposites
Just take each word of the question, find its opposite, then put it all together and it will make a song title.
Average
10 Q
Fi B
Jun 24 03
16845 plays
28 Some 21st-Century Song Opposites
Find the opposite of each word to make the title of a song from the 21st Century.
Average
10 Q
Tomaster
Mar 31 09
1410 plays
29 Scrambled 80's Titles - No. 2
Each question gives you the mixed up-version of a title of a big 80's hit. Do you know what songtitle it should be?
Very Difficult
10 Q
Vermic
Nov 21 00
2496 plays
30 Classical Composer Rebuses
The answer is the word that can be sounded out by the separate words. It will usually be the first and last name of the composer. For example: LOOT WIG VAN BAY TOE VAN is Ludwig van Beethoven. Good luck!
Average
10 Q
klavierstueck
Jul 13 10
390 plays
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