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Quiz about Soundtrack to EuroTrip  Part 2
Quiz about Soundtrack to EuroTrip  Part 2

Soundtrack to "EuroTrip" : Part 2 Quiz

Continuing from where we left off in the first quiz, match the songs that appear in the 2004 comedy movie "EuroTrip" 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 #
Feb 15 24
# 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. "Hot Stuff"  
2. "Make My Dreams Come True"  
  Bloodhound Gang
3. "Les Promesses"  
4. "Du"  
  Autour de Lucie
5. "The Bad Touch"  
  The Salads
6. "Keine Uberdosis Deutschland"  
7. "Get Loose"  
  David Hasselhoff
8. "Let Forever Be"  
  Donna Summer
9. "99 Red Balloons"  
  Apollo 440
10. "Don't Be Sad"  
  The Chemical Brothers

Select each answer

1. "Hot Stuff"
2. "Make My Dreams Come True"
3. "Les Promesses"
4. "Du"
5. "The Bad Touch"
6. "Keine Uberdosis Deutschland"
7. "Get Loose"
8. "Let Forever Be"
9. "99 Red Balloons"
10. "Don't Be Sad"

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Hot Stuff"

Answer: Donna Summer

Known as the "Queen of Disco", Donna Summer was born LaDonna Adrian Gaines on 31st December 1948 in Boston, Massachusetts, and died from lung cancer on 17th May 2012 having enjoyed a career that spanned six decades. "Hot Stuff" was the lead single released from her seventh studio album "Bad Girls" in 1979.

"Hot Stuff" plays when the Paris to Crans Sur Mer train the friends are on goes through a tunnel, and the creepy guy who has come into their compartment tries to give one of the friends a massage in the darkness. It plays again when the friends are on the Crans Sur Mer to Amsterdam train. The same creepy guy is once again in the same compartment as the friends, and he awakens Scott from his dream about Mieke.
2. "Make My Dreams Come True"

Answer: Apollo 440

Also known as Apollo Four Forty or @440, the British electronic group Apollo 440 were formed in Liverpool in 1990. "Make My Dreams Come True" is taken from their 2003 album "Dude Descending a Staircase".

"Make My Dreams Come True" plays as Jenny removes her jumper when the friends are on the nudist beach in Crans Sur Mer to reveal a light blue bikini. Jenny then goes to remove her bikini top, however her twin brother Jamie valiantly jumps in front of her and prevents her from completing her actions.
3. "Les Promesses"

Answer: Autour de Lucie

French pop rock band Autour de Lucie was founded in Paris in 1993 by vocalist Valérie Leulliot and guitarist Olivier Durand, with bassist Fabrice Dumont joining them shortly after. "Les Promesses" is taken from their 1998 album "Immobile".

"Les Promesses" plays as the friends are back on the train heading from Crans Sur Mer to Amsterdam, and we see Scotty reading some of his old e-mails from Mieke.
4. "Du"

Answer: David Hasselhoff

First finding fame as an actor, starring in hit TV shows such as "Knight Rider" and "Baywatch", David Hasselhoff embarked on a music career in the late 1980s, and scored a triple platinum hit with his album "Looking for Freedom". Particularly popular in Germany, his 1994 cover version of Peter Maffey'S "Du" (which means "You" in German) has exclusively German lyrics.

"Du" plays as we see Scott dreaming about meeting up with Mieke. Mieke is lying on her bed, saying that she is "so sad and lonely", when Scott comes and and says "Mieke, I'm here". Mieke is clearly pleased to see him, and they embrace, accompanied by a small inset of David Hasselhoff on the beach singing "Du".
5. "The Bad Touch"

Answer: Bloodhound Gang

American rock band Bloodhound Gang were formed in 1988 in Pennsylvania. Probably the song for which the band are best known, "The Bad Touch" was released as the lead single from their third studio album in 1999, and was a top ten hit in a number of countries.

"The Bad Touch" plays as the friends arrive in Amsterdam and go their separate ways to find entertainment for the evening.
6. "Keine Uberdosis Deutschland"

Answer: Normahl

German punk band Normahl were formed in 1978 in Winnenden near Stuttgart. "Keine Uberdosis Deutschland" is taken from their 1991 album "Blumen Im Müll".

"Keine Uberdosis Deutschland" plays as the friends believe they are getting a lift to Berlin from a rather quirky truck driver, however Scott's hopes of meeting up with Mieke any time soon are dashed as they exit the truck and realise that they are not in Berlin, but Bratislava.
7. "Get Loose"

Answer: The Salads

Canadian punk rock band The Salads were formed in 1993 in Ontario. "Get Loose" is taken from their second full-length album "Fold A to B" that was released in 2003.

"Get Loose" plays as the friends are in the club in Bratislava. Having all enjoyed a drink of absinth, they let loose on the dancefloor as the song plays.
8. "Let Forever Be"

Answer: The Chemical Brothers

Consisting of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, The Chemical Brothers is a British electronic music duo that was formed in Manchester in 1989. Containing the vocals of Oasis' Noel Gallagher, "Let Forever Be" was the second single released from the duo's 1999 album "Surrender".

"Let Forever Be" plays in the club after the friends have enjoyed their dance. Scott and Cooper are sitting at a table, and Cooper, seeing Jamie kissing a girl on the dancefloor, complains that he hasn't met anyone on this trip, whereas Jamie is hooking up with another girl (having previously hooked up with the camera shop employee in Amsterdam). His annoyance quickly turns to shock, however, as he sees that the girl Jamie is kissing is in fact his twin sister Jenny. When the twins realise their mistake, they both scream in horror, causing Scott to declare "They really are the worst twins ever".
9. "99 Red Balloons"

Answer: Goldfinger

Originally consisting of John Feldmann (vocals), Charlie Paulson (guitar), Simon Williams (bass), and Darrin Pfeiffer (drums), the punk rock / ska punk band Goldfinger were founded in Los Angeles, California in 1994. Goldfinger's cover of Nena's "99 Red Balloons" appears on their third official album "Stomping Ground".

The Goldfinger version of "99 Red Balloons" plays as the man the friends first met when they arrived in Bratislava turns up in an orange vehicle, says "You go to Berlin? I'm your ride. Hop in", and we see the friends finally arrive in Berlin.
10. "Don't Be Sad"

Answer: Whiskeytown

American alternative rock band Whiskeytown were formed in Raleigh, North Carolina, and were originally active between 1994 and 2000. Their 2001 single "Don't Be Sad" features on the third and final studio album released by the band, entitled "Pneumonia".

"Don't Be Sad" plays as Scott, Cooper and Jenny say goodbye to Jamie at the airport in Rome as they prepare to head back to the USA, whilst Jamie stays in Europe to work for Arthur Frommer as a contributor to his guide books.
Source: Author ClarkyB

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