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    Red face :::1976 Quiz:::

    Hello everyone ,
    i am new here , but hope to bring some fun with me
    so here is a quiz to test your knowledge about 70's music ! post your score and what question you've missed

    here is it ==> quiz

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    10/10, the only one I was not 100% sure of was the final one (War). I assume this is USA-based 1976, because some songs were actually year(s) earlier in Europe.
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    It needs a bit of tidying up! Repetition of some bits and misspelling - ‘Quize’ ? !

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    10 out of 10. There are a lot of memories in those songs. 1976 was a good year for me.
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    7 out of 10 for me. The fact that I got both Barry Manilow questions correct is because he was incessantly on the radio and I was subject to it where I worked.
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    7/10 i just posted "Lovin you" over on song of the day. and i did not know her daughter is Maya Rudolph from SNL

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    10/10 with a guess on Leo Sayer. Soft rock was apparently pretty big back then because I don't dig this stuff, but I knew the answers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Rock View Post
    10/10, the only one I was not 100% sure of was the final one (War). I assume this is USA-based 1976, because some songs were actually year(s) earlier in Europe.
    They were in the states too. This list is not accurate.
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    4/10. I guessed on all except 1.
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