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Quiz about Soundtrack to Bring It On
Quiz about Soundtrack to Bring It On

Soundtrack to "Bring It On" Trivia Quiz

Match the songs that appear in the 2000 comedy movie "Bring It On" to the singer or band that performed them.

A matching quiz by ClarkyB. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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4 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
8 / 10
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. "What's The Dillio?"  
  The Leaving Trains
2. "Makes No Difference"  
3. "See Ya"  
  The 45 King
4. "Kids Wanna Know"  
5. "Cherry Pie"  
  Atomic Kitten
6. "The 900 Number"  
  Sgt. Rock
7. "2 Can Play That Game"  
8. "Dada Struttin'"  
9. "Detour"  
10. "As If"  
  Sum 41

Select each answer

1. "What's The Dillio?"
2. "Makes No Difference"
3. "See Ya"
4. "Kids Wanna Know"
5. "Cherry Pie"
6. "The 900 Number"
7. "2 Can Play That Game"
8. "Dada Struttin'"
9. "Detour"
10. "As If"

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "What's The Dillio?"

Answer: Mest

American rock band Mest were formed in Blue Island, Illinois in 1995. "What's The Dillio?" is taken from the band's debut major-label album "Wasting Time" which was released in 2000.

"What's The Dillio?" plays at the start of the movie as Aaron turns up at Torrance's house in his car and asks Torrance's parents, who are loading some boxes into the trunk of their car, if he can help. They decline his offer as Torrance runs out of the house and gets into Aaron's car before Aaron drives off with tyres screeching.
2. "Makes No Difference"

Answer: Sum 41

Often cited as one of the greatest pop punk bands of all-time, Sum 41 were formed in Ajax, Ontario in 1996. Their debut single "Makes No Difference" was released in June 2000 as the lead single from their debut EP "Half Hour of Power".

"Makes No Difference" plays as Aaron and Torrance arrive at Rancho Carne High School. As they get out of the car, a number of people greet Aaron (who is clearly quite popular), and Aaron says to Torrance "Remember, when you get captain, act surprised okay", to which Torrance replies "Don't jinx me".
3. "See Ya"

Answer: Atomic Kitten

British pop girl group Atomic Kitten were founded in Liverpool in 1998, and originally consisted of Liz McClarnon, Kerry Katona, and Heidi Range, however Range had been replaced by Natasha Hamilton by the time their single "See Ya" was released in March 2000.

"See Ya" plays as we see Courtney, Whitney, Kasey, Darcy and Carver chatting in the women's locker room about who will get captain, before Big Red walks through and takes their written votes from them.
4. "Kids Wanna Know"

Answer: The Leaving Trains

The Leaving Trains were an American indie rock band from Los Angeles, California that were active between 1980 and 2001. "Kids Wanna Know" is taken from the band's "Favorite Mood Swings" album that was released in 1998.

"Kids Wanna Know" plays as we see a shot of a pair of sneakered feet walking along a corridor and into a classroom, where their owner hands a piece of paper to the teacher, who then introduces the class to a new student, Cliff Pantone.
5. "Cherry Pie"

Answer: Warrant

Glam metal band Warrant were formed in Los Angeles, California in 1984. Released in September 1990, "Cherry Pie" is the lead single from their second studio album of the same name.

"Cherry Pie" plays during the cheerleader tryouts as one of the hopefuls kicks off her shoes and crawls seductively across the desk, much to the enjoyment of male cheerleader Jan.
6. "The 900 Number"

Answer: The 45 King

Known professionally as The 45 King, DJ and producer Mark Howard James was born on 16th October 1961 in Bronx, New York. Released in 1987, "The 900 Number", which features a sax solo from the 1968 song "Unwind Yourself" by Marva Whitney, remains The 45 King's signature track to this day.

"The 900 Number" plays as the Rancho Carne Toros cheerleading team are having a practice session under their new captain, Torrance. The team's newest recruit, Missy, is watching, and when the music plays and the team begin their routine, Missy looks surprised, then shocked, and storms out of the building. Torrance follows her out and demands to know what's wrong. Missy suggests that Torrance has stolen her cheers, and then drives them both to Los Angeles, where Torrance sees the East Compton Clovers cheerleading team performing the same routine the Toros were practicing earlier, to exactly the same music.
7. "2 Can Play That Game"

Answer: Sygnature

"2 Can Play That Game" is taken from the 2000 album "One Voice" released by American four piece contemporary R&B boy band Sygnature.

"2 Can Play That Game" plays as Torrance and Missy leave the building in which the East Compton Clovers were performing, Torrance clearly upset that Missy was right that the Toros were using stolen cheers. A number of the East Compton Clovers cheerleaders follow the girls outside and have a verbal altercation before Torrance and Missy drive back home.
8. "Dada Struttin'"

Answer: Sgt. Rock

Sgt. Rock is the alter-ego of Jim Burke, the rapper from English Britpop group Collapsed Lung. "Dada Struttin'" is taken from his album "Live the Dream" which was released in July 2000.

"Dada Struttin'" plays as Missy and Torrance drive back home after their altercation with the East Compton Clovers cheerleading team. Missy is buzzing as she feels that they have just got away lightly from what could have been a very nasty situation, whereas Torrance is crushed, saying "My entire cheerleading career has been a lie".
9. "Detour"

Answer: Bis

Scottish indie pop band Bis was formed in 1994 in Glasgow as a three-piece, and then, after a mid-2000s split, reformed as a five-piece in 2009. "Detour" is taken from the band's second studio album "Social Dancing", which was released in 1999 when the band were in their original three-piece form.

"Detour" plays during the cheer camp flashback scene, when Torrance explains to Missy that she thinks she is cursed because she dropped the Spirit Stick.
10. "As If"

Answer: Blaque

With a name that means "Believing in Life and Achieving a Quest for Unity in Everything", Blaque are an American girl group that was formed in 1996 and originally consisted of Brandi Williams, Shamari DeVoe and Natina Reed. "As If" was originally released on the "Bring It On" soundtrack in 2000, but was subsequently included as a bonus track on the band's second studio album "Blaque Out!" that was released in early 2002.

"As If" plays as Torrance, Les and Jan pull up outside Missy's house in Les's car to take Missy to her first football game as a cheerleader. The song also plays later in the movie during the Toro's final routine at finals.
Source: Author ClarkyB

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