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1. Jim Croce died in a plane crash in 1973. Which song hit number one AFTER his death?
2. Both John Lennon's sons (Sean and Julian) have charted in the US with hit singles as of 2004.
3. Glen Campbell replaced one of the Beach Boys and toured with them briefly in the mid-60's. Which Beach Boy did Glen replace?
4. "Smoke On The Water" by Deep Purple is widely regarded as the first "Heavy Metal" single to hit number one in the US.
5. How many number one songs did the Bee Gees have before the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack was released?
6. Although having a chart career in the USA from 1971 through the early 1990's, Earth, Wind & Fire has only had one number one hit during that time. What was it?
7. Including his hit singles with the Beatles, Paul McCartney has spent more weeks at number one than Elvis Presley.
8. Between 1955 and 2004, who has the record for the most consecutive number one songs in a row?
9. Which of the following was a number one hit for James Brown?
10. David Lee Roth ended up leaving Van Halen because he wanted to do a solo project without leaving the group and the group disagreed.
11. In the US as of the year 2000, Elton John has scored more Top 40 hits than the Beatles.
12. Alias, who had the number two single "More Than Words Can Say" in 1990, consists of two former members of the group Sheriff and two former members of Heart.
13. Paul Simon has recorded under several different names. Which one of the following is not one of them?
14. Barbara Streisand has recorded duets with all of the following except:
15. The Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, and The Hues Corporation all recorded number one songs that can be regarded as "disco"
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