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What can you score out of five in this week's quiz?
1. Laughing Talk 2. Cheery Talk 3. Happy Talk
Captain Sensible (born Raymond Ian Burns) embarked on a solo alternative pop career during the 1980s, following a UK number one hit with his cover of "Happy Talk". We do not know if he is indeed still sensible.
1. Ringo Starr 2. Phil Collins 3. Neil Peart
1. Love 2. Lust 3. Life
The song reached No. 2 on the soul chart and No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967. It also reached #6 in the UK. It remains one of The Four Tops’ best-known songs.
1. Anybody 2. Everybody 3. Somebody
Released in 1987, the song went on to win the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. It topped the charts in 13 countries including the UK. Widely, when it was first released, it actually received mixed reviews – but it’s now considered one of the best hits of the ‘80s.
1. Boogie 2. Fans 3. Fairground
Did you know Blame It On The Boogie only made it to #8 on the UK Singles Chart in 1978? It's a travesty! What did you score out of five in this week's quiz?