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70s Pop Genius Quiz Book
70s Pop Genius Quiz Book: 1000 Cunning Questions

So you think you know all there is to know about seventies pop music? Well, the author of the Guinness Book of Hit Singles has devised a range of questions to challenge your pop knowledge to its limits! This is a book that will suck away the hours as you have "just one more go" at answering its 1000 questions.


70s Music Trivia Quiz Book by Clint Glover

380 multiple choice quiz questions from the 1970s

New for 2015, this second volume of quiz questions will test your knowledge of music from the decade that brought us a diverse variety of musical styles including disco, punk, glam rock and prog rock. 



80s Music Trivia Quiz Book by Clint Glover

350 multiple choice questions from the 1980s.

Test your knowledge on the wide variety of pop music from the great decade through the 35 quiz rounds featured in this 116-page book.



Decades of Music Pop Quiz by Sarah Johnstone

So you think you know all there is to know about pop music? Test your knowledge with this 121 page quiz book. Categories include hit singles, hit albums, chart toppers, what year, song lyrics, lead singers, band members, Christmas number ones, best-sellers, singers etc.


The Official Ultimate 80s Pop Quiz

This 320 page paperback by Virgin is packed full with multiple choice questions about 1980s pop music. Here is an example;

1) Who had a top five hit in October 1982 with 'Starmaker'?
a) Bananarama
b) The Kids from Fame
c) Modern Romance

Ideal for pub quiz nights or as a gift for someone who is stuck in the 80s!


1980s Pop Music Quiz Book by Liz Jacobs

A small, but low-cost quiz book filled with 200 questions. Perfect for a quiz night or as an extra gift.



80s Quiz Master by Stuart Ball

This 90 page e-book features 250 questions in five separate quiz categories which are Pop Music, Television, Sport, Toys and Games and Films. Rather than multiple choice questions, the author has opted for straightforward, one -answer questions which, I feel, are more of a true test of knowledge.