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Fun 90s trivia questions and answers - Music.

What pop music star saw his $11 million stage musical. The Capeman, become one of the biggest flops in Broadway history?
A: Paul Simon.

What musical city was the site of Jonell Polansky's groundbreaking 24-bit 48-track digital audio recording session of Brian Eckert's songs?
A: Nashville.

What pop star had 81 gold records to polish by 997?
A: Paul McCartney.

What band's thick as a Brick album earned them a place in the Brick Manufacturer's Hall of Fame?
A: Jethro Tull's.

What "forbidden dance," allegedly from Brazil, was actually a Bolivian folk tune popularized by a French pop group?
A: The Lambada.

What superstar timidly told Madonna that her show was "neat," in Truth or Dare?
A: Kevin Costner.

What hip-hop heroes joined forces with metal-heads Anthrax for a new version of their hit Bring the Noise?
A: Public Enemy.

What singer's February 6 birthday is a national holiday in Jamaica?
A: Bob Marley's.

Who blew any hope of future Utah gigs by ripping up the Book of Mormon on a Salt Lake City stage?
A: Marilyn Manson.

What slacker inspired a generation by singing, "I'm a loser, babe, so why doncha kill me"?
A: Beck.

What gangsta rapper had just attended a Mike Tyson bout before he was fatally shot?
A: Tupac Shakur.

What rock group filed an antitrust action against Ticketmaster, trying to keep its ticket prices low?
A: Pearl Jam.

What Public Enemy album did Chuck D sum up as an angry "funk version of Sgt. Pepper"?
A: Fear of a Black Planet.

What long hair said he "really thought you had to die to get here" at his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame?
A: Willie Neslon.

What temperamental soprano was sacked by the Met for "unprofessional actions duirg rehearsals"?
A: Kathleen Battle.

What group's best-selling souvenir from its Zoo TV rock tour was the Achtung Baby Condom?
A: U2.

What physician released a CD of original flute music titled A Very Still Life?
A: Dr. Jack Kevorkian.

What king's side-burned image appeared on a legal $5 coin in the Marshall Islands, in 1993?
A: Elvis Presley's.

What pop star is saddled with the seldom-used surname Gudmundsdottir?
A: Bjork.

What song by the Knack was used in Reality Bites before Quentin Tarantino could get it for Pulp Fiction?
A: My Sharona.

What pop group of Say My Name fame got its name from the book of Isaiah?
A: Destiny's Child.

What Nancy Sinatra song did the FBI play at high volume in an effort to flush David Koresh out of his Waco stronghold?
A: These Boots Are Made for Walkin'.

What teen trio thrilled the pop world with the lyric: "MMMBop, ba duba dop ba do bop, Ba duba dop ba do bop, Ba duba dop ba do, oh yeah"?
A: Hanson.

What 66-year old warbler was laid to rest with his beloved ukulele and six mauve silk tulips?
A: Tiny Tim.

What " Be Young. Have Fun" company stopped sponsoring Michael Jackson after child-abuse charges surfaced?
A :Pepsi-Cola.

Who didn't appear in public for months, after the media claimed his music played a role in the Columbine shootings?
A: Marilyn Manson.

What gutsy rocker chose a Clinton inaugural bash to come out of the closet?
A: Melissa Etheridge.

What rock group did Natalie Merchant leave to go solo?
A: 10,000 Maniacs.

What pharmaceutically inspired 1995 album was gobbled up by 16 million music buffs?
A: Jagged Little Pill.

What band's roadies were once obliged to lug around a 100-foot golden arch and a 12-foot-wide stuffed olive on a 100-foot tall toothpick?
A: U2's.

What heavy-metal band's Got The  Life was the first video retired after 50 appearances on Total Request Live's top ten?
A: Korn's.

What designer saw sales skyrocket after Snoop Dogg wore one of his oversized jerseys on Saturday Night Live?
A: Tommy Hilfiger.

What rapper ruled the charts with her Black Reign album, dedicated to the memory of her brother?
A: Queen Latifah.

What presidential sibling recorded the CD Nothing Good Comes Easy with his band, Politics?
A: Roger Clinton.

What rapper was fined $10,000 for torching the mansion of her NFL-star boyfriend Andre Rison?
A: Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes.

What city unveiled a mural of Jimi Hendrix on the building where he bought his first guitar?
A: Seattle.

Whose Grammy Awards performance of the song Love Sick was crashed by a dancing wacko with "Soy Bomb" scrawled on his stomach?
A: Bob Dylan's.

What singer spiced up the release of her solo CD Look at Me with a "five continents in seven days" promo tour?
A: Geri Halliwell.

What heavy-metal group put their Alive III album in the top ten, 18 years after Alive.

What singer recorded The IRS Tapes; Who'll Buy My Memories to help pay a $16.7 million tax bill?
A: Willie Nelson.