So, my first attempt at fashioning and presenting a round for a pub quiz was an unequivocal success, thanks for asking. Not one person in the room knew the answer to the first question, “Name the artist and the song from these amazing opening lines: I Went home with the waitress/the way I always do”, which was pretty shocking, but they got into the rest with admirable enthusiasm. Ufck it then, I’ll post the rest of the questions here, and you can answer them in the comments. Remeber, if you use Google, you are only cheating yourself.
Oh, and the round was called Akira The Don’s Jail And Destitution for You Andrew Crossley round. Get in!
NAME THIS TUNE AND THE ARTIST FROM THESE AMAZING OPENING WORDS:
“I Went Home With The Waitress
The Way i Always Do”
1 POINT EACH!
(Play the start of I Fought The Law as performed by The Clash)
WHO WROTE IT?
Scooter’s Jumping All Over the World is one of the songs ACS Law were monitoring for…
Where are Scooter from?
Work out the band and song title from these two things.
MY NAME IS EARL
Alestorm are an awesome pirate metal band. They sound like this: (play a song)
Which of these is not a song by Pirate Metal band Alestrom?
a: Nancy the Tavern Wench
b: Black Pig
c: P is for Pirate
d: Wenches & Mead
(Play Their Law By The Prodigy and PWEI)
One member of a band behind this is now a famous soundtrack composer
WHAT IS HIS NAME?
WHAT WAS HIS FIRST MOVIE SCORE?
PLAY: I’ve Changed My Plea To Guilty by Morrissey
What three words were aously used by a judge to describe Morrissey?
If you ever get one of those speculative letters accusing you of downloading porn or music, there is one rock solid defence open to you,
a defence made famous in 2001 single, by a former marine:
NAME THE ARTIST!
AND NAME THE SONG!
2 POINTS EACH.
There you go. How did you do? Well I hope. You are reading this, after all, I expect a ceratin degree of musical sophistication.
Anyway, have at ye a warning: As work on AkiraTheDon.com Version 5.0 draws to its earth shattering conclusion, you can expect some downtime over the weekend. OK?
Thank you, and good day.