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Quiz about 2000s ARIA Top 50 Albums Chronology Vol 77
Quiz about 2000s ARIA Top 50 Albums Chronology Vol 77

2000s ARIA Top 50 Albums Chronology Vol. 77 Quiz


Match the missing word/clues to the album that debuted in the ARIA Top 50 in the weeks between April 3rd and 17th 2005.

A matching quiz by wwe84. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
wwe84
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
412,870
Updated
Jun 19 23
# Qns
15
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
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QuestionsChoices
1. Queens Of The Stone Age: "_________ To Paralyze"  
  Seal - Best 1991-2004
2. John Farnham and Tom Jones: "________ In Concert"  
  Call
3. Clue: the song "Regresa a mi"  
  Together
4. Clue: the song "E-Pro"  
  Language
5. Clue: the song "Kiss From A Rose"  
  Millencolin - Kingwood
6. Clue: The song "Oh My Gosh"  
  Basement Jaxx - The Singles
7. Clue: The song "The Prayer"  
  Animation
8. Clue: The song "Ray"  
  Mimi
9. New Order: "Waiting For The Sirens' ____"  
  Il Divo
10. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: "B-Sides & ________"  
  Lullabies
11. Switchfoot: "The Beautiful _______"  
  Soul
12. Jesse McCartney: "Beautiful ____"  
  Letdown
13. Mariah Carey: "The Emancipation Of ____"  
  Anthony Callea
14. Stereophonics: "________. Sex. Violence. Other?"  
  Beck - Guero
15. Fantomas: "Suspended _________"  
  Rarities





Select each answer

1. Queens Of The Stone Age: "_________ To Paralyze"
2. John Farnham and Tom Jones: "________ In Concert"
3. Clue: the song "Regresa a mi"
4. Clue: the song "E-Pro"
5. Clue: the song "Kiss From A Rose"
6. Clue: The song "Oh My Gosh"
7. Clue: The song "The Prayer"
8. Clue: The song "Ray"
9. New Order: "Waiting For The Sirens' ____"
10. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: "B-Sides & ________"
11. Switchfoot: "The Beautiful _______"
12. Jesse McCartney: "Beautiful ____"
13. Mariah Carey: "The Emancipation Of ____"
14. Stereophonics: "________. Sex. Violence. Other?"
15. Fantomas: "Suspended _________"

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Queens Of The Stone Age: "_________ To Paralyze"

Answer: Lullabies

"Lullabies To Paralyze" (2005) from Queens Of The Stone Age debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number two on April 3rd 2005 and spent 13 weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: August 7th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was two.

"Lullabies To Paralyze" featured three hit singles:

1. "Little Sister" (Peaked at number 18 in United Kingdom).

2. "In My Head" (Peaked at number 44 in United Kingdom).

3. "Burn The Witch" (Peaked at number 36 in Ireland).
2. John Farnham and Tom Jones: "________ In Concert"

Answer: Together

"Together In Concert" (2005) from John Farnham and Tom Jones debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number three on April 3rd 2005 and spent 11 weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: June 12th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was three.

ARIA Award nomination for "Together In Concert":

Best Adult Contemporary Album - 2005.
3. Clue: the song "Regresa a mi"

Answer: Il Divo

"Il Divo" (2004) from Il Divo debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number six on April 3rd 2005 and spent 54 weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: May 21st 2006).

The highest ARIA chart peak was one (Two weeks).

"Il Divo" peaked at number one in:

Australia.
Canada.
Finland.
The Netherlands.
Scotland.
Sweden.
United Kingdom.

Il Divo's debut album.
4. Clue: the song "E-Pro"

Answer: Beck - Guero

"Guero" (2005) from Beck debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 14 on April 3rd 2005 and spent six weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: May 8th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was 14.

Grammy nomination for "Guero":

Best Alternative Album - 2006.

"Guero" featured two hit singles:

1. "E-Pro" (Peaked at number 38 in Scotland and United Kingdom).

2. "Girl" (Peaked at number 45 in United Kingdom).
5. Clue: the song "Kiss From A Rose"

Answer: Seal - Best 1991-2004

"Best 1991-2004" (2004) - Seal debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 33 on April 3rd 2005 and spent nine weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: May 29th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was 21.

"Best 1991-2004" - Track list:

1. "Crazy" (Debut Single, Grammy nomination: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance - 1992, BRIT Award nomination: British Single Of The Year - 1991 and peaked at number one in Belgium, The Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland) - 1990.

2. "Kiss From A Rose" (Grammy wins: Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance - 1996 and peaked at number one in Australia and United States) - 1994.

3. "Killer" (BRIT Award wins: British Video Of The Year - 1992 and peaked at number six in Ireland) - 1991.

4. "Prayer For The Dying" (Grammy nomination: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance - 1995, BRIT Award nomination: British Video Of The Year - 1995 and peaked at number two in Canada and Iceland) - 1994.

5. "Waiting For You" - 2003.

6. "Don't Cry" (Peaked at number six in Canada) - 1995.

7. "My Vision" with Jakatta (Peaked at number six in United Kingdom) - 2002.

8. "Love's Divine" (Grammy nomination: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance - 2005 and peaked at number four in France, Germany and Switzerland) - 2003.

9. "Walk On By" (Grammy nomination: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance - 2006 and peaked at number 27 in Italy) - 2005.

10. "Get It Together" (Peaked at number 15 in Spain) - 2002.

11. "Fly Like An Eagle" (Grammy nomination: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance - 1998 and peaked at number two in Canada) - 1996.

12. "Lips Like Sugar" feat. Mikey Dread - 2004.

13. "Human Beings" (Peaked at number 29 in New Zealand) - 1998.

14. "Future Love Paradise" (Peaked at number seven in Switzerland) - 1991.
6. Clue: The song "Oh My Gosh"

Answer: Basement Jaxx - The Singles

"The Singles" (2005) from Basement Jaxx debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 41 on April 3rd 2005 and spent seven weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: May 29th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was 17.
7. Clue: The song "The Prayer"

Answer: Anthony Callea

"Anthony Callea" (2005) from Anthony Callea debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number one on April 10th 2005 and spent 22 weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: November 6th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was one (Three weeks).

Anthony Callea's debut album after he finished runner up in the second second of "Australian Idol" in 2004.

ARIA Award nomination for "Anthony Callea":

Highest Selling Album - 2005.

"Anthony Callea" featured four hit singles:

1. "The Prayer" (ARIA Award wins: Highest Selling Single - 2005 and peaked at number one in Australia).

2. "Rain/Bridge Over Troubled Water" (Peaked at number one in Australia).

3. "Hurts So Bad" (Peaked at number ten in Australia).

4. "Per Sempre (For Always)" (Peaked at number five in Australia).
8. Clue: The song "Ray"

Answer: Millencolin - Kingwood

"Kingwood" (2005) from Millencolin debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 12 on April 10th 2005 and spent four weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: May 1st 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was 12.

"Kingwood" featured two hit singles:

1. "Ray" (Peaked at number 21 in Sweden).

2. "Shut You Out" (Peaked at number 21 in Sweden).
9. New Order: "Waiting For The Sirens' ____"

Answer: Call

"Waiting For The Sirens' Call" (2005) from New Order debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 15 on April 10th 2005 and spent four weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: May 1st 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was 15.

"Waiting For The Sirens' Call" featured three hit singles:

1. "Krafty" (Peaked at number four in Spain).

2. "Jetstream" (Peaked at number 20 in United Kingdom).

3. "Waiting For The Sirens' Call" (Peaked at number 21 in United Kingdom).
10. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: "B-Sides & ________"

Answer: Rarities

"B-Sides & Rarities" (2005) - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 36 on April 10th 2005 and spent three weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: April 24th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was 36.
11. Switchfoot: "The Beautiful _______"

Answer: Letdown

"The Beautiful Letdown" (2003) from Switchfoot debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 45 on April 10th 2005 and spent one week in the Top 50.

"The Beautiful Letdown" featured two hit singles:

1. "Meant To Live" (Peaked at number 18 in United States).

2. "Dare You To Move" (Peaked at number 17 in United States).
12. Jesse McCartney: "Beautiful ____"

Answer: Soul

"Beautiful Soul" (2004) from Jesse McCartney debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number ten on April 17th 2005 and spent 23 weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: October 9th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was five.

"Beautiful Soul" featured four hit singles:

1. "Beautiful Soul" (Debut Single and peaked at number one in Australia).

2. "She's No You" (Peaked at number ten in Australia).

3. "Get Your Shine On" (Peaked at number 34 in Australia).

4. "Because You Live" (Peaked at number three in Italy).
13. Mariah Carey: "The Emancipation Of ____"

Answer: Mimi

"The Emancipation Of Mimi" (2005) from Mariah Carey debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 13 on April 17th 2005 and spent 46 weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: March 5th 2006).

The highest ARIA chart peak was six.

"The Emancipation Of Mimi" peaked at number one in:

Greece.
United States.

Grammy wins and nominations for "The Emancipation Of Mimi":

(Won):
*Best Contemporary R&B Album - 2006.

(Nominated):
*Album Of The Year - 2006.

"The Emancipation Of Mimi" featured five hit singles:

1. "It's Like That" (Grammy nomination: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance -2006 and peaked at number three in Hungary).

2. "We Belong Together" (Grammy wins: Best R&B Song and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance - 2006 and peaked at number one in Australia and United States).

3. "Shake It Off" (Peaked at number two in United States).

4. "Get Your Number" feat. Jermaine Dupri (Peaked at number three in Finland).

5. "Say Somethin'" (Peaked at number 21 in Scotland).
14. Stereophonics: "________. Sex. Violence. Other?"

Answer: Language

"Language. Sex. Violence. Other?" (2005) from Stereophonics debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 28 on April 17th 2005 and spent 15 weeks in the Top 50 (Last week of entry: August 14th 2005).

The highest ARIA chart peak was 28.

"Language. Sex. Violence. Other?" peaked at number one in:

Ireland.
Scotland.
United Kingdom.

"Language. Sex. Violence. Other?" featured four hit singles:

1. "Dakota" (Peaked at number one in Scotland and United Kingdom).

2. "Superman" (Peaked at number 13 in United Kingdom).

3. "Devil" (Peaked at number 11 in United Kingdom).

4. "Rewind" (Peaked at number 16 in Scotland).
15. Fantomas: "Suspended _________"

Answer: Animation

"Suspended Animation" (2005) from Fantomas debuted in the ARIA Top 50 at number 49 on April 17th 2005 and spent one week in the Top 50.
Source: Author wwe84

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