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The first nine questions will lead you to the answer of the tenth.
25 Common Bond quizzes and 255 Common Bond trivia questions.
  Masfon's Third Common Bond Quiz   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz in the field of music consists of nine seemingly unrelated things which will all have a connection to the answer for question ten.
Easier, 10 Qns, masfon, Aug 01 22
masfon gold member
Aug 01 22
595 plays
Sing A Song
  Sing A Song    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Nine questions to point you towards a song title. All of the pictures are clues, with some extra clues in some of the questions.
Tough, 10 Qns, Christinap, Nov 03 22
Nov 03 22
1350 plays
  Common Bond - Name That Tune   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A general mix of questions. As usual, the correct answers to the first nine questions should lead to the answer to the tenth question.
Average, 10 Qns, Supersal1, Aug 01 22
Aug 01 22
4063 plays
  Yours Truly, Musical Maestro   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Recently I started receiving letters from a mystery author who signed off as "Musical Maestro". From the letters sent, can you work out who the self-styled Maestro is?
Average, 10 Qns, Snowman, Aug 01 22
Snowman gold member
Aug 01 22
1690 plays
  Music Common Bond   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Solve the first nine questions to get clues to the final question. Hopefully it will prove fairly easy and not leave you dazed and confused.
Easier, 10 Qns, 480154st, Nov 21 20
480154st gold member
Nov 21 20
286 plays
  The Fire Inside   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
The answer to each question will relate to a word or words from a famous quote. If you can put the quote together, the final question should be easier. Good luck.
Average, 15 Qns, tazman6619, Jun 08 18
tazman6619 gold member
Jun 08 18
231 plays
  One Word Song Title Spell It Out   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Each answer to the first nine questions will be a one-word song title. If they were solved correctly the first letter of each answer will spell out the tenth song title, also of one word. Good luck.
Easier, 10 Qns, salami_swami, Nov 09 14
salami_swami gold member
451 plays
  Ilona's Common Bond    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The first nine answers will be clues to answer the 10th question. The theme of the 10th question is music groups.
Easier, 10 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Nov 03 22
Ilona_Ritter gold member
Nov 03 22
1374 plays
  'Cause' I like a common thread    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Start by identifying the artists for the albums or songs that are listed in the questions. After that, try to identify the commonality between these artists.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, terpfan1980, Feb 27 22
Very Easy
Feb 27 22
330 plays
  Something in Common: Golden Oldies   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Questions 1 through 9 will cover popular songs from the 1950's and 1960's. Question 10 will be about the common thread that they share. Background knowledge required for some questions.
Average, 10 Qns, 25or6to4, Feb 19 12
842 plays
trivia question Quick Question
Lady Gaga's was "perfect" in 2016, Joe Walsh had a "life of" it in 1981 and Guns N' Roses asked to "use your" in 1991. What was it?

From Quiz "Song Lyric, Song Title Connection"

  A Common Bond You Can Sing With   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The answers to questions one through nine share the common bond of a famous person. Figure out the bond and that one word is the answer for question ten.
Average, 10 Qns, alaspooryoric, Aug 01 22
alaspooryoric gold member
Aug 01 22
723 plays
  Song Lyric, Song Title Connection 2    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Nine questions covering a variety of music genres and eras, followed by a connection question for number ten. Enjoy.
Average, 10 Qns, 480154st, Jul 05 20
480154st gold member
Jul 05 20
220 plays
  Spell It Out    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The first nine questions are regular music questions. The tenth can be found by using the first letter of the first nine answers. All answers are one word bands and singers.
Average, 10 Qns, salami_swami, Feb 26 13
salami_swami gold member
500 plays
  What's the Connection?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Some easy pop music questions from across the decades. But there is a common factor in all of them. Can you guess what it is?
Tough, 10 Qns, MaggieG, Nov 15 09
MaggieG gold member
869 plays
  Song Lyric, Song Title Connection    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Nine questions about a variety of music, followed by a connection question for number ten. Have fun.
Tough, 10 Qns, 480154st, Jul 12 20
480154st gold member
Jul 12 20
269 plays
  Musical Common Bond    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a common bond for those musically inclined!
Average, 10 Qns, ferfer72, Sep 20 20
Sep 20 20
1928 plays
  Song Lyric, Song Title Connection 3    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Nine questions, the answers to which are lyrics that belong to the final answer. Enjoy.
Average, 10 Qns, 480154st, Jul 29 20
480154st gold member
Jul 29 20
164 plays
  On a Scale    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The clues from 1-9 should lead you to scale the right notes.
Average, 10 Qns, nyirene330, Nov 21 21
Nov 21 21
278 plays
  Average My First Common Bond Quiz Quiz - 10 Questions    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A Common Bond with a musical flavor...enjoy!
Average, 10 Qns, mrsscally, Jan 18 11
5689 plays
  The Case of the Missing Questions   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The questions and answers have been reversed. Can you help match them back up and find the common bond between them? If you need help, sing along!
Average, 10 Qns, Sprink1234, May 31 12
625 plays
  Something In Common 4    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A very prominent music celebrity from the 1960s, and beyond, will be identified by way of the nine cumulative questions following.
Tough, 10 Qns, muffin1708, Nov 15 09
504 plays
  Something In Common 5    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Thankyou for the positive feedback I received for my last quiz. So please find enclosed nine vital clues to uncover another great entertainer of the sixties and seventies.
Difficult, 10 Qns, muffin1708, Nov 15 09
399 plays
  Something in Common 3    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A person (or persons) with a great influence on popular music stretching back to the dawn of the Rock and Roll era will be revealed by the clues given in the first nine questions of this quiz.
Tough, 10 Qns, muffin1708, Nov 15 09
336 plays
  Non-Believably Easy Quiz    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A double negative makes a positive but a double positive does not make a negative - or does it? Is this quiz easy? Yeah, right! Find out who my favourite musician is at the end of the quiz.
Impossible, 10 Qns, orangeman, Jan 04 23
Jan 04 23
1586 plays
  Common Bond - Musical Lyrics    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a common bond of songs. Guess the titles of 9 songs. The common bond is the answer to question 10. There are no songs newer than 1989.
Difficult, 10 Qns, zeke68, Jul 19 22
Jul 19 22
368 plays
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Common Bond Trivia Questions

1. The city of Rome hosted the Games of the XVII Olympiad in the same year that John F. Kennedy was elected president and OPEC was founded. In what year did these events occur?

From Quiz
Masfon's Third Common Bond Quiz

Answer: 1960

In 1960, the city of Rome hosted the Games of the XVII Olympiad, in which 83 countries participated. In November of that same year, Senator John F. Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon, the incumbent vice president; in the popular vote Kennedy won by less than 1% of the votes, while in the electoral college he won 303 votes to Nixon's 219. Also in 1960, at a meeting held in Baghdad, five oil-producing countries - Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait and Venezuela - formed the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, with the objective of unifying petroleum policies. Over the years the number of participating countries has changed, their policies have varied as well as their power over the market, and in the 2020s under pressure they are trying to develop an environmentally friendly policy.

2. In 2012 a fossil of a young girl was discovered in Russia which offered proof that ancient hominins mated with each other. By what name was this fossil, half Neanderthal and half Denisovan, known?

From Quiz Music Common Bond

Answer: Denny

Denny, officially Denisovan 11, was found in Denisova Cave in the Altai Mountains, Siberia and is the fossil of a young girl, at least 13 years old. DNA analysis of Denny shows that she had a Neanderthal mother and a Denisovan father, proving that the two groups mated. The discovery of Denny is being cited as proof that ancient civilisations may not have become extinct, but could have assimilated into modern humans instead.

3. Sugarland featuring Taylor Swift in 2018, Styx in 1979 and Take That in 1993. All had hits with a song that shared its title with the other two, but what was it?

From Quiz Song Lyric, Song Title Connection 3

Answer: Babe

"Babe" (1979) by Styx is possibly the best known of these three tracks as it reached the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in USA as well as being the band's only top ten hit in UK, Australia and New Zealand. "Babe" (1993) by Take That hit number one in UK, Ireland and Japan but failed to chart in North America,Australia or New Zealand, while "Babe" (2018) by Sugarland was co-written by Taylor Swift, who also contributed vocals to the track, which was a top ten hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in USA.

4. Styx hit the Springbok Top Five in South Africa with this power ballad in 1975, while in 1980, Kenny Rogers had his only Billboard Hot 100 solo number one in USA with a track with the same title in 1980. What is the song title?

From Quiz Song Lyric, Song Title Connection 2

Answer: Lady

The track by Styx certainly was a sleeper as it was originally released on the 1973 album, "Styx II", but once it took off there was no stopping it as, apart from chart success in South Africa, it became their first of many top ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in USA. The Kenny Rogers song, five years later could have so easily been a Commodores hit, as it was written by Lionel Richie while still a member of the band, for them to record, but they turned it down, leaving Kenny Rogers to take it all the way to the top. Interestingly, one of the Commodores' last big hits before Richie left to go solo, was "Lady (You Bring Me Up)", but this "Lady" was written by Harold Hudson, William King and Shirley Hanna-King.

5. Which word provided a UK top ten hit for Pink in 2003, for Coldplay in 2000 and was the title of a song sung by Elvis Presley in "King Creole" (1958)?

From Quiz Song Lyric, Song Title Connection

Answer: Trouble

Three different kinds of trouble it would seem, as the Elvis Presley song from 1958 opens with, "If you're looking for trouble, You came to the right place", while Coldplay in 2000 opted for "Oh no, I see, A spider web is tangled up with me" and Pink went for "No attorneys, To plead my case, No opiates, To send me into outer space" for her 2003 hit. Whatever the trouble is though, it brings success as both Coldplay and Pink had UK top ten hits, and although the Presley track was never released as a single, it remains one of his best known numbers, and was taken to number 14 in UK charts in 1980 by Gillan, the band of Deep Purple vocalist, Ian Gillan.

6. In which year was the NATO treaty signed?

From Quiz On a Scale

Answer: 1949

On April 4, 1949 twelve nations signed the North Atlantic treaty, establishing the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The twelve countries involved in founding the organization were: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom and the United States. In 1952, Greece and Turkey were added; West Germany joined in 1955, and Spain became a member in 1982.

7. During their theme song to the 1985 James Bond film "A View to a Kill" Duran Duran were urging us to "dance into the fire" so that we may find which mythical bird within this lyric? "A chance to find ____ for the flame"

From Quiz The Fire Inside

Answer: The Phoenix

Released by the band in 1985 this proved to be the first James Bond theme song that would reach number one on Billboard's Hot 100 charts. (Note) "Live and Let Die" by Paul McCartney and Wings (1973) got to number one on the Cashbox charts in the US but only reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Legend has it that the band's bass player, John Taylor, in an inebriated state, met the long-time "Bond" producer, "Cubby" Broccoli, at a party and informed him that the themes to his last few films were mediocre at best and that his band would fix it. At the time Broccoli took it "under advisement". This question was spied out and delivered by Phoenix Rising team member pollucci19.

8. Albums "Boy" - "War" - "Unforgettable Fire". Need more clues? How about the albums "October" or "Wide Awake in America"?

From Quiz 'Cause' I like a common thread

Answer: U2

The albums listed are some of the earliest of U2's albums. They may have peaked a little later with the album "The Joshua Tree" which some call one of the greatest rock albums of all time. Bono's singing and the guitar work of band member The Edge, along with Adam Clayton on bass and Larry Mullen, Jr. on drums made these albums (EP in the case of "Wide Awake in America") and delivered some of the best selling and best loved rock songs of all time in doing so. UB40 is another band. Paul David and David Evans are variations of the real names of Bono and The Edge.

9. "Every time we fight I know it's not right. Every time that you're upset and I smile, I know that I should forget but I can't." What is the name of this song by Kate Nash?

From Quiz One Word Song Title Spell It Out

Answer: Foundations

"Foundations" was released in 2007 by Kate Nash on her album "Made of Bricks". The song reached number two on the UK Singles chart, and it was also featured on the 2007 compilation album "Now That's What I Call Music 67" (The UK Series).

10. What is the name of the town that served as the site of the Roman fort Segedunum, which was established along Hadrian's Wall in north England, probably in the 2nd century AD?

From Quiz A Common Bond You Can Sing With

Answer: Wallsend

Wallsend is located in North Tyneside, Tyne and Wear, England, about three miles east of Newcastle. The name comes, obviously, from the fact that the settlement is located at the end of Hadrian's Wall, built by the Romans to protect themselves from northern invasions. Wallsend has been known for its coal mining as well as its ship building industries. Interestingly, the RMS Carpathia, the ship that rescued those that survived the sinking of the Titanic, was built there.

11. This Australian artist is best known for her song called "The Show", and her song "Everything at Once" was used for an advertisement for Windows 8. Of the four female one-name artists listed, which one matches the description above?

From Quiz Spell It Out

Answer: Lenka

Lenka was born in the Australian bush in 1978, and moved to Sydney when she was seven. She learned music early on in life, though it was not until 2008 that she released her first album "Lenka". "The Show" was a single from the album, as was "Trouble is a Friend". Her song "Everything at Once" (used for Windows 8 ads) reached number one in the Czech Republic.

12. What is the fourth book of the New Testament called in the King James Version?

From Quiz Ilona's Common Bond

Answer: John

John is considered one of the four books known as the Gospels. John is different from the other three in the fact that it does not begin with Jesus' lineage.

13. A 1986 Eddie Money song featuring a duet with Ronnie Spector singing the chorus to The Ronnettes' 1963 hit "Be My Baby". What is the question?

From Quiz The Case of the Missing Questions

Answer: What is "Take Me Home Tonight"?

"Take Me Home Tonight" was featured on the 1986 album, "Can't Hold Back". Together with the video featured on MTV, The Ronnettes were exposed to a new generation of fans. Phil Spector wrote the original song "Be My Baby" for The Ronnettes. Eddie Money plays the saxophone in addition to singing the vocals.

14. Which song was released in 1957 and owes its inspiration to John Wayne?

From Quiz Something in Common: Golden Oldies

Answer: That'll Be the Day

Writers Buddy Holly and Jerry Allison got the idea for the song after going to see the movie "The Searchers" starring John Wayne. "That'll Be the Day" was a common catchphrase used by Wayne. On a side note, the song was the first song recorded by The Quarrymen,(later to become The Beatles), as a demo disc.

15. In early 1961, what Everly Brothers' original "A" side single fared worse on the Billboard charts than its flip-side, "Walk Right Back", which beat it by one position by peaking at #7?

From Quiz Something in Common 3

Answer: Ebony Eyes

"Ebony Eyes" - not to be confused with the Bob Welch #14 song of 1978 - continued to play second fiddle to its reverse side when "Walk Right Back" went to #1 on the UK charts and achieved a Top Ten in Australia.

16. The first submarine to be used in battle was invented in 1775. What was its name?

From Quiz Common Bond - Name That Tune

Answer: Turtle

The Turtle was invented by David Bushnell. It was a one man machine and was designed to allow the submariner to drill a hole into the hull of enemy ships, into which gunpowder could be inserted. There is no record of any successful attacks by using this method.

17. What word (in Spanish) appears on a Mexican stop sign?

From Quiz Musical Common Bond

Answer: Alto

Like American signs, Spanish stop signs are red octagons with white borders. They say "alto" in Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. The signs say "pare" in Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Cuba, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, and Venezuela. In Spain, the signs say "stop" because of European Union rules.

18. How is Moon Unit related to Dweezil Zappa?

From Quiz My First Common Bond Quiz

Answer: She's his sister

Dweezil Zappa was the voice of Ajax on the USA Network cartoon Duckman.

19. "I sing the song because I love the man; I know that some of you don't understand."

From Quiz Common Bond - Musical Lyrics

Answer: The Needle and The Damage Done

An awesome song by Neil Young. All of the choices were Neil Young songs. "The Needle and the Damage Done" was written for a roadie named Bruce Berry, who was also immortalized in "Tonight's the Night": "Bruce Berry was a working man, he used to load that Econoline van."

20. What is 2 AND 2?

From Quiz Non-Believably Easy Quiz

Answer: 2

AND is a computer binary bit comparison function which compares aligned bits in same-length binary groupings (nibbles, bytes, words, etc.) and carries a 1 into the solution when ever a 1 from each of the 2 comparison values is aligned in that position. 2 (0010) AND 2 (0010) = 2 (0010). 1 (0001) AND 3 (0011) = 1 (0001). 5 (0101) and 10 (1010) = 0 (0000). 5 (0101) and 6 (0110) = 4 (0100). If a 1 aligns with a 1, the 1 is carried into the answer. If a 1 or 0 aligns with a 0, the 0 is carried into the answer.

21. What is the first name of the prime minister of the United Kingdom who served under the monarchs George VI and Elizabeth II, in the periods 1940 to 1945 and 1951 to 1955?

From Quiz Masfon's Third Common Bond Quiz

Answer: Winston

Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874-1965) was a British Army officer, historian, writer and painter and most of all a statesman, who became famous for his role as prime minister of the United Kingdom during World War II, with a key role in the Allied victory. He was prime minister from May 1940 to July 1945 under George VI and from October 1951 to April 1955 under George VI and Elizabeth II. In 1951, Churchill received the Nobel Prize in Literature for his numerous works that ensured a good part of his income. Heproduced, among others, three volumes of memoirs on the Second World War, four volumes on the history of English-speaking peoples, numerous articles for newspapers and magazines and a novel.

22. Which region in South-central Asia has been the cause of wars between India and Pakistan and India and China, all of whom claim the area?

From Quiz Music Common Bond

Answer: Kashmir

The history of Kashmir is long, bloody and complicated. When India and Pakistan gained independence in 1947, Hari Singh, the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir wanted independence for his state too. Pakistani-backed forces invaded Kashmir in the same year and Singh turned to Governor-General of India, Louis Mountbatten, for help. Mountbatten sent Indian soldiers to prevent any further occupation, but on the condition that Singh ceded Jammu and Kashmir to India. The legalities of this accession were questioned by Pakistan and the dispute has been on going ever since. Aksai Chin lies in the east of Kashmir and was included as a part of India in their independence, however China argue that border discussions never took place and Aksai Chin was already under Chinese jurisdiction when India gained independence.

23. An Australian hit for The Mavis's in 1998 and a UK hit for Kym Marsh in 2003 share their name with Godley & Creme's only Billboard Hot 100 hit in USA. What is the word that links these songs?

From Quiz Song Lyric, Song Title Connection 3

Answer: Cry

Kevin Godley and Lol Creme tasted major success while members of 10cc including two UK number one singles, but failed to recreate that success when they left the band. Their biggest hit was "Under Your Thumb" which reached number three in UK charts in 1981. "Cry" (1985) was the duo's only U.S. hit, and actually charted higher on the Billboard Hot 100 than it did in UK, where they were much more well known. The Mavis's song, "Cry" (1998) from their "Pink Pills" album of the same year was the band's first major success and seemed to point to a bright future, but the two follow up singles from the album, "Lever" and "Puberty Song" (both 1998) struggled to crack the top 100 in their native Australia. Kym Marsh was a member of UK band Hear'Say before leaving in 2002 to pursue a solo career, but didn't manage to find the success she had with the band, her biggest hit being "Cry" 2003, compared to the two UK number one singles she had with Hear'Say. In 2005, she placed her singing career on hold to become an actor and found great success, when after a few small parts, she was cast in "Coronation Street" in 2006, playing Michelle Connor, a part she would play for the next 13 years.

24. Spandau Ballet in 1983, Prince in 1995 and Kiiara in 2015, all had hits with the same one word title. What was this precious title?

From Quiz Song Lyric, Song Title Connection 2

Answer: Gold

Spandau Ballet were riding the crest of a "new wave" wave when they released "Gold" in 1983 and it swiftly shot to number two on UK charts as well as performing well in France, Spain and Netherlands, hitting the top five in all three countries. "Gold" by Prince, or unpronounceable squiggle as he was commonly called at this time due to his name change, was also a hit in UK, reaching the top ten, but didn't fare as well in other countries, and stalled at number 88 on the Billboard Hot 100 in USA. Kiiara's 2015 hit, "Gold" was a huge hit in Australia and Romania and peaked at number 13 in her native USA on the Billboard Hot 100. Elsewhere, the reception varied greatly for this singer that has been described as a cross between Ellie Goulding and Lorde. On the Canadian Hot 100, she went top 20, while in UK, it struggled to crack the top 50 and while she reached number 13 in Lebanon, it didn't even enter the top 40 in Germany.

25. Triple Sec, vodka, tequila, rum and gin are the ingredients for which drink?

From Quiz On a Scale

Answer: Long Island Iced Tea

Too much of this "tea" can put you on ice! The ingredients for the other choices: Fuzzy Navel - peach schnapps and orange juice; Midsummer Night's Dream - apple, gooseberries, spearmint, marigold blossoms, safflower petals, rose petals and artificial flavoring; White Russian - vodka, coffee liqueur and cream.

26. According to the 2014 song written to support downtown Detroit, what "keeps you hanging on through the disbelief, every day, every step, every dream", and "change(s) everything"?

From Quiz The Fire Inside

Answer: Hope can

Bart Millard (MercyMe), Francesca Battistelli, Jamie Grace, Jeremy Camp, Sidewalk Prophets, and Matt Maher got together in 2014 to record 'Hope Can Change Everything' written by Justin Ebach and Steven Jones. The purpose of the recording is to support an initiative of the K-LOVE Hope Center, whose aim is to provide hope to the people of Detroit. The initiative is built on the cultivation of Community, Education, Health and Restoration and programs underpinning each of those areas provide opportunities to the people of Detroit to improve their circumstances. This question was cultivated by Phoenix Rising member VegemiteKid.

27. "It kills him inside to know that I am happy with some other guy." Rihanna sang this one-word titled song; what is the title?

From Quiz One Word Song Title Spell It Out

Answer: Unfaithful

"Unfaithful" was written by Ne-Yo and sung by Rihanna in 2006. It can be found on her album "A Girl Like Me". The song reached the top ten on lists of nearly twenty countries, including reaching number six on the Billboard Hot 100.

28. What 1964 novel by Hubert Selby, Jr., is composed of six different stories, including one about a prostitute named Tralala who steals money from sailors she propositions in bars?

From Quiz A Common Bond You Can Sing With

Answer: Last Exit to Brooklyn

While a cult classic, "Last Exit to Brooklyn" is also quite controversial because of many of its subjects, such as domestic abuse, drug use, prostitution, homosexuality, etc. Another of the six stories contained within the novel is about a married man who struggles with his homosexuality and beats his wife and gets into fights with other men to convince himself that he is truly a man. A film version starring Jennifer Jason Leigh as Tralala was released in 1989.

29. What is Peewee Herman's real first name?

From Quiz Ilona's Common Bond

Answer: Paul

Paul Reubens aka Peewee Herman was born August 27, 1952 in Peekskill, NY. He is best known for his TV show "Peewee's Playhouse", as well as his movie "Big Top Peewee".

30. A song co-written by Wham! members George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley that became Michael's first single release. What question matches the answer?

From Quiz The Case of the Missing Questions

Answer: What is "Careless Whisper"?

"Careless Whisper" is featured on the Wham! album "Make It Big." "Careless Whisper" was a number one hit in nearly 25 countries. Steve Gregory played the prominent saxophone riff in the studio recording.

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