November 21, 2011

How about some trivia?!

If you follow me on twitter, you may have noticed I started posting a new round of trivia questions, most weekdays sometime between noon and 1 (west coast time) – like I’ve done in the past, I’m sending the winner of each question (first to reply with the correct answer) a $2 coupon code for my knitting patterns.  These are trivia questions I wrote to host trivia night at Zach’s Shack here in Portland.

These twitter questions are the 3rd time I hosted – the first batch of questions were blogged here, and now that I’m twittering the third batch, it’s about time I blog the second!  These questions, from the second time I hosted, were twittered back in the summer, so they may be familiar to some of you.  Like I did last time, I’ll just post the questions right now, and you can have fun trying to answer, and then I’ll post the answers in comments in a week or so…

trivia night


Ten Degrees of Television: I’ll describe a tv show which connects through an actor to the next and previous ones – just name the show.


1.  Bob Odenkirk plays the recurring role of Saul Goodman in this AMC drama set in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which began in 2008; Bryan Cranston stars as chemistry teacher Walter White.


2.  Bryan Cranston was father Hal in this Fox comedy which aired from 2000-2006; Grandma Ida was played by Cloris Leachman.


3.  Cloris Leachman played neighbor Phyllis Lindstrom throughout the first five seasons of this CBS comedy which aired from 1970-77, before moving on to her own spinoff series; Ed Asner plays a main character who also got his own spinoff after this show ended.


4.  Ed Asner made a few appearances as Wilson White on this NBC series created by Aaron Sorkin, which only lasted 22 episodes in 2006-07; Merritt Wever played production assistant Suzanne.


5.  Merritt Wever plays Zoey Barkow in Showtime’s New York City based black comedy series which began in 2009; Swoozie Kurtz plays Mrs. Scheinhorn, one of Dr. Cooper’s two moms.


6.  Swoozie Kurtz was eyepatch-sporting Lily Charles, formerly half of synchronized swimming duo the Darling Mermaid Darlings, in this ABC comedy-drama which lasted from 2007-09; Lee Pace played main character Ned.


7.  Lee Pace was Aaron Tyler, brother to the lead character in this Fox series which ran for one season in 2004 and took place in Niagara Falls; Jewel Staite was Heidi Gotts in a few episodes, wife of the love interest of the lead.


8.  Jewel Staite was Kaylee Frye in Fox’s space western series which only ran in 2002-03 and took place in the year 2517; Summer Glau and Alan Tudyk were main characters River Tam and Wash.


9.  Summer Glau and Alan Tudyk were somewhat minor parts Bennett Halverson and Alpha in this Fox sci-fi series which ran in 2009-10; Patton Oswalt appeared in 2 episodes as Joel Mynor.


10.  Patton Oswalt was one of many comedians who made appearances as himself on this Adult Swim show which ran on the Cartoon Network from 2004-06 and took place in the town of Jefferton; Bob Odenkirk was a writer and producer of the show and appeared in most episodes as different characters, including Mr. Sandleman.


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Ten Degrees of Movies:  Each answer is the name of a movie – each movie is connected through an actor to the previous and the following movie.  Name the actors that connect the movies for extra bonus awesome points.


1.  John Carpenter’s 1986 cult classic about Jack Burton, “a tough-talking, wisecracking truck driver whose hum-drum life on the road takes a sudden supernatural tailspin when his best friend’s fiancee is kidnapped”, to quote IMDB.


2.  Quentin Tarantino’s 2007 version of a 70’s exploitation film follows stuntman Mike through Austin, Texas and Tennessee.


3.  Billy Ray’s 2003 film based on the true story of a young journalist at The New Republic in the 1990’s who fabricated over half of his articles.


4.  Lars von Trier’s 2003 Brechtian parable about a small mountain town, the first in von Trier’s projected “USA – Land of Opportunities” trilogy.


5.  Gus Van Sant’s 1995 dark comedy, based on the novel by Joyce Maynard, about Suzanne Stone Maretto, a determined aspiring newscaster.


6.  This 1999 comedy with a big ensemble cast follows twenty-somethings around New York City on New Year’s Eve, 1981.


7.  Jerry Bruckheimer produced this 1997 action-packed thriller about an ex-con and former US Ranger, which was nominated for a best song Oscar, for “How Do I Live” performed by Trisha Yearwood, and won a Golden Raspberry award for “Worst Reckless Disregard for Human Life and Public Property”.


8.  Joel and Ethan Coen’s 1987 comedy about Hi and Ed, with lines like “We figured there was too much happiness here for just the two of us, so we figured the next logical step was to have us a critter.”


9.  Danny Boyle’s 1997 black comedy about a janitor who writes trash novels on the side, the spoiled daughter of a wealthy businessman, and a pair of angels who pose as bounty hunters, who have adventures involving kidnapping, karaoke, car chasing, bank robbing, and a claymation epilogue.


10.  Roman Polanski’s 2010 political thriller, based on a novel by Robert Harris, about dangerous secrets involving a former British prime minister.


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Colorful Mashups:  I will describe some kind of imaginary movie remake or other kind of project, which mashes up two different elements as pop-culture-mashups, or before+after.  Here’s an example of one in which both are music-related: “The Swedish indie rock band well known for their 2006 hit single Young Folks time travels to open for the legendary singer from The Beatles, who plays some of his solo songs like Imagine” – the answer would be Peter Bjorn and John Lennon.


1.  Frontman of The Pixies uses the name he goes by when playing with the Catholics when he decides to branch away from his alternative rock background and try some hip hop, joining up with Sacramento rapper duo Gift of Gab and Chief Xcel.


2.  The R&B and soul singer most famous for her 1999 hit single “I Try” stars in an experimental musical version of the cult classic documentary from 1975 about the Beales, mother and daughter Big Edie and Little Edie, reclusive socialites in East Hampton.


3.  A terrible casting decision is made when beloved 89 year-old actress and comedian best known for her sitcom roles as Sue Ann Nivens and Rose Nylund in the 70’s and 80’s is set to star in a remake of Ridley Scott’s 1996 disaster drama in the part that was originally played by Jeff Bridges; the actors to fill the shoes of Scott Wolf, Jeremy Sisto, and Ryan Phillippe are still to be decided.


4.  John Hughes’s 1986 teen comedy-drama about Andie, Blane, and Duckie, is grossed up by John Waters when he replaces Molly Ringwald with Divine and causes some big controversy, getting the new version banned in some countries.


5.  A long lost original version of Stephen King’s 2002 miniseries is discovered, about a Seattle mansion investigated by a parapsychologist and a team of psychics, made first decades earlier as a comedy starring John Elroy Sanford, under his stage name.


6.  Members of the english band biggest in the late 60’s through mid-70’s with singles like “Hush” and “Smoke on the Water” decide to make a rock musical version of Woody Allen’s 1985 film in which a movie character walks off the screen and into the real world in 1930’s New Jersey.


7.  A new police show set on the water is developed when creators of the Manhattan based drama series which ran from 1993-2005 decide to combine elements of that show with their favorite film, a surfer flick from 2002 starring Kate Bosworth and Michelle Rodriguez.


8.  In a remake of the 1973 dystopian sci-fi classic, people are informed about their evil food rations not by a heroic Charlton Heston, but by an actual superhero, one with a power ring who has been around in different comic forms since 1940.


9.  The Coca-Cola Company is rebranding their caffeinated citrus-flavored soda pop, first introduced in 1979, and hard to find outside the midwest and south parts of the country, to appeal to pop-punk loving kids, by hiring the band responsible for songs “Ocean Avenue” and “Lights and Sounds” to rock out on the new commercials.


10.  Anthony Burgess’s 1962 novel is made into a new film much different from the Stanley Kubrick version; this adaptation is written by Mike White, stars Colin Hanks and Jack Black, and is set in a futuristic Southern California instead of London.


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Name That Song: When I did this trivia live, this last round was an audio round – I played the first 30 seconds or so of each song, and players wrote down the artists and the song names.  There’s a mystery theme for the artists throughout this category – so, for this written version, I’ll just list the song names and if you want to try to play, you can see if you can figure out the artists by figuring out what the theme is.


1.  The Killing Moon

2.  For What It’s Worth

3.  He War

4.  Digging Your Scene

5.  Angels of the Silences

6.  Pink Houses

7.  Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)

8.  Heretic Pride

9.  All I Want

10.  I Came As A Rat

Filed under: trivia — leethal @ 3:04 pm

June 23, 2011

Trivia fun, plus film photos!

First, I put up the answers to that first batch of trivia questions, as comments after the blog post, so you can check that out if you were curious about the answers… I’m especially proud of the pop culture mashups.  My personal favorite is The Bee Geesus and Mary Chain – saying that out loud never gets old!  I also love Yo La TenGo-Go’s and Aimee Mann or Astro-man?

Zach's Shack

So now I’ve started posting my second batch of trivia on twitter – one question per day, around noon-ish (west coast time).  The first person to reply with the correct answer each day wins a $2 off coupon code for my patterns, which will work through my website or through my ravelry patterns shop.

Zach's Shack!

I want to have a non-twitter, more permanent place that you can see what the categories are, with more details, so here they are!

Category 1 – Ten Degrees of Television: I’ll describe a tv show which connects through an actor to the next and previous shows.  I’ll say who the actors are during each question, so the question will usually start by mentioning the actor who was also in the previous day’s show, and end by mentioning the actor who will be in the next day’s show.  And, of course, the question will give more info and clues than just TV actors’ names!

So, today’s question (which I just posted before typing this) was: “Bryan Cranston was father Hal in this Fox comedy which aired from 2000-2006; Grandma Ida was played by Cloris Leachman.”  And yesterday’s question ended with “…Bryan Cranston stars as chemistry teacher Walter White.”  So tomorrow’s question will start with something about Cloris Leachman… all connected!  With posting one question each day, the connections kind of get lost, which is why I wanted to post about the category here – so if you miss the previous day’s question, you can always go back into my twitter feed and find it in case it might help.

Zach's Shack

Category 2 will be Ten Degrees of Movies:  Each answer is the name of a movie – each movie is connected through an actor to the previous and the following movie.  Same as the connections in the TV category, except I won’t be telling you the connecting actors!  Movie actors’ names are more well known (generally) than TV actors’ names, so you get to figure them out in this round.  However, the answer to each question will just be the movie’s name, and the actor connecting to the previous day’s movie will just be extra awesome points.  I’ll give you a virtual high five or something.

This is the same category as round 3 of my first batch of trivia, so scroll down to the comment that starts “round 3 answers” and read the questions and answers, with the connections in parentheses, if you want to better understand how this category will work…


The 3rd category will be Colorful Mashups:  I will describe some kind of imaginary movie remake or other kind of project, which mashes up two different elements as pop-culture-mashups, or before+after.  Here’s an example of one in which both are music-related: “The Swedish indie rock band well known for their 2006 hit single Young Folks time travels to open for the legendary singer from The Beatles, who plays some of his solo songs like Imagine” – the answer would be Peter Bjorn and John Lennon.

Again, this is the same kind of category as Music Mashups in the first batch, so check out the comment that begins “and the last of the answers – Round 4” to better understand how that works.  The only difference is that one was all music, and this one will be different things – some movies, some actors, some music, etc.  There will be a theme throughout however, which is hinted at in the category name…

Portland neighborhood

My last category when I hosted trivia was an audio round – I played the beginnings of songs and players had to say the band and song name.  I haven’t decided yet if I’m going to use this at all in the twitter trivia… I may give song names and you say the band, but I don’t know how well that would work, so I’ll more likely skip it altogether.  We’ll see.

So that’s that!  Follow me on twitter around noon each day to play along, and I’ll be posting the whole batch of questions here on the blog like I did last time, once it’s all been played.  Oh, one note – like last time, I’ll allow one win per person, per category.  So, if you win one, then you can start playing to win again when the next category starts – and of course, keep on playing for fun the whole time!

Bryce canyon!

To add something visual to this wordy post, these photos you’ve been seeing are from the batch of film I had developed a few days ago – I’d been saving up some rolls, since I had rolls in cameras and was waiting to finish them off, thinking I’d finish them much sooner.  So some of the rolls had been sitting around for several years!  Some were shot spread out over the last couple years, on various day trips, and on our honeymoon road trip, and a little bit on our recent road trip down through California (more on that later!)…

Japanese gardens

grand canyon!


There were 3 rolls of 35mm (shot on my Canonet QL17 and my Argus C3 Matchmatic, two color and one b+w) and 3 rolls of medium format – one shot square format on my Holga (color), one on my grandma’s old square format Kodak Duaflex II (b+w), and one on an old Ansco box camera (b+w).


at our wedding!


Click on the photos to see some info on flickr – many details are unknown because I’m bad at keeping track of things over the years.  Most of these roll had been severely heat damaged and/or were very expired… and then the Holga just always get major light leaks when I shoot it square format.  Everything came out though, nothing was damaged beyond repair like I had feared!


Japanese gardens

somewhere in San Francisco

The black and white shots at the booth, at the top of this post, were taken at Zach’s Shack, where we play trivia and where I hosted this trivia live – see, it’s all connected!


at our wedding!

Japanese gardens

Portland neighborhood

A fun note – when we did my Buttonhead photoshoot at the Rhododendron garden I was actually shooting with some of those prop cameras, and some of those shots were in this batch of film!  The camera I’m posing with in these shots is what was used to take these photos:

at the Rhododendron garden

at the Rhododendron garden

at the Rhododendron garden

at the Rhododendron garden

Filed under: contest/giveaway,personal,photos,portland stuff,trivia — leethal @ 2:33 pm

May 13, 2011

It’s time for some leethal trivia!

Hey remember how I was going to share my trivia with you?!  I think it’s about time!  So, I did post all of these questions on twitter, one at a time (back in March-April), but now here they are all in one place for your nerdy trivia enjoyment.  I put way too much time into this, planning out all the rounds, designing the themes, writing the questions… so I’m excited to share it all publicly and hopefully it will reach out to some trivia fans beyond Zach’s and twitter…


Since everything’s already been out there, and because it’s so easy to find the answers online, there won’t be any prizes for getting the answers here – except for one chance!  No one ever got this bonus question on twitter, so I’ll put it out there for you (and I’ll even raise the prize amount!) – the first to comment with the answer gets a $5 coupon code for my knitting patterns:

In round 3: Ten Degrees, each answer is connected to the next through an actor (as explained in the category intro) – list all 10 actor connections for the bonus win!

So, beyond that, feel free to comment with answers to questions/categories you like, for fun!  The questions are listed here with no answers, so if you want to play with friends or anything, don’t scroll down to the spoiler-filled comments… I will post all the answers as comments sometime next week, just to give you some time to have fun with it first.


And fun news for trivia fans on twitter:  I hosted my second trivia night last week, which means I have a whole new batch of questions!  This month is a bit crazy, and I’ll be out of town for a chunk of it (more on that later) so I’m planning to start twittering those questions, just like last time, at the beginning of June.

(Those photos were taken at trivia nights that Pete hosted, by the way.)

And here we go!

Round 1:  Well Rounded People

Note:  All clues are written to be gender non-specific, so keep in mind when I say “actor” that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a man, and some quotes used have minor edits to keep the neutrality.

1.  This chef, author and television personality is “best known for culinary and cultural knowledge, as well as often biting observations of the world’s most exotic dishes,” to quote the Travel Channel website.

2.  An American singer/songwriter loved by the Beatles, who, in addition to 16 albums released between 1966 and 1980, did the songwriting for the film Popeye, and wrote songs which were recorded by The Monkees, Glen Campbell, Fred Astaire, The Shangri-Las, The Yardbirds, and Three Dog Night.

3.  Television personality, author, magazine publisher, designer of home furnishings and other products; two TV movies were made about a brief stint in prison, starring the same actor in both.

4.  Born in 1960 in London to a Scottish father and an Australian mother, this actor has worked with the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, acted in a performance art piece in London and Rome, appeared in many British films including several with director Derek Jarman, many American films with directors such as the Coen Brothers, Spike Jonze, Cameron Crowe, Danny Boyle, Jim Jarmusch, and David Fincher, as well as multiple Italian films including the latest which premiered in the US in 2010.

5.  A major cast member in multiple TV shows from early childhood on, in the 1960’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 2000’s, this Hollywood Icon has been writing and directing films and television since 1977, producing since 1980, and won the Academy Award for best director in 2002.

6.  This filmmaker has written+directed movies and television with lines such as:

“Heineken? Fuck that shit! Pabst Blue Ribbon!”

“Oh Diane, I almost forgot. Got to find out what kind of trees these are. They’re really something.”

“There’s a man… in back of this place. He’s the one who’s doing it. I can see him through the wall. I can see his face. I hope that I never see that face, ever, outside of a dream.”

“This is a story that happened yesterday. But I know it’s tomorrow.”

7.  This American born in 1897 has been played in movies by Diane Keaton, Sharon Lawrence, Amy Adams, Hilary Swank, and Jane Lynch, though Lynch’s scenes were cut from the film.

8.  This German film director, producer, screenwriter, actor, and opera director’s films include Even Dwarfs Started Small, Little Dieter Needs to Fly, Encounters at the End of the World, and the filmmaker’s first 3-D documentary premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.

9.  With occupation on Wikipedia listed as “poet, civil rights activist, dancer, film producer, television producer, playwright, film director, author, actor, professor”, this well rounded individual is best known as being the writer of autobiographical books and of poetry, and most recently has released a cookbook called Great Food, All Day Long in December of 2010.

10.  Australian actor who has played the roles of both of two cousins in the film Coffee and Cigarettes, Bob Dylan, Galadriel of Middle Earth, and an English Monarch.

Round 2:  Making Stuff

I’ll list 5 terms that relate to the making of something… you tell me what the terms all relate to.  Some terms may apply to different things, but there should be just one answer that all the terms have in common.  And, the answer could be a specific thing – like, for example, coffee, in which case your answer could be “coffee” or “coffee-making”.  Or it could be a type of making, like weaving, for example, which could be used to make lots of different things (like scarves, blankets, clothes, etc), and your answer would just be “weaving,” not the actual thing that it’s making.

1.  autolyse, biga, gringe, poolish, proofing.

2.  cassette, fork, frame, headset, stem.

3.  cockling, fresco, gesso, impasto, scumbling.

4.  baste, boning, dart, ease, shirring.

5.  annatto, labneh, rennet, slurry, starter.

6.  anchor, CSS, PHP, script, SQL.

7.  awl, endleaves, headband, mull, signature.

8.  bolt, cloche, damping off, thinning, tilth.

9.  back post half double, chain, extended single, gauge, slip-stitch seam.

10.  chuck, dado, furring, pitch, scarfing.

Round 3:  Ten Degrees

Each answer is the name of a movie – each movie is connected through an actor to the previous and the following movie.  So, answer #2 has an actor in common with answer #1 and another in common with #3 (like the game Six Degrees).  In the live trivia that I hosted, I had players write the actors that connect the movies for an extra 1 bonus point per connection.  For you, win a $5 coupon for my knitting patterns if you’re the first to correctly list all 10 actor connections in the comments – connect each answer to the next, and then #10 connects back up with #1 for 10 total actors.

1.  Written by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Michel Gondry, this film includes lines like “Joel, hide me in your humiliation!” and “I love being bathed in the sink – such a feeling of security.”

2.  A story of the making of the musical Red, White and Blaine, which features the musical numbers Nothing Ever Happens on Mars, A Penny For Your Thoughts, Covered Wagons, Open-toed Shoes, and Stool Boom.

3.  A quote from imdb of this film’s plot description, altered to change giveaways, reads: “A 9-year-old is left alone in New York City with enough cash and credit cards to turn the Big Apple into his very own playground. But he won’t be alone for long. The notorious Wet Bandits are bound for New York too, plotting a huge holiday heist! The kid is ready to welcome them with a battery of booby traps the bumbling bandits will never forget!”

4.  This 2002 film about a 17-year-old misfit includes characters named Sookie Sapperstein, Mimi Slocumb, Bunny, Mrs. Piggee and lines like “I think if Gandhi had to spend a prolonged amount of time with you, he’d end up beating the shit out of you, too,” and “His conception was an act of animosity, why shouldn’t his life be one as well?”

5.  Baz Luhrmann’s updated classic was accompanied by a popular soundtrack, with tracks by Garbage, Butthole Surfers, Des’ree, The Cardigans, Radiohead, Everclear, and The Wannadies.

6.  This 2008 comedy directed by David Wain about 2 energy drink salesmen, which involves a ton of live action role playing, includes bits of dialogue like “No, venti is twenty. Large is large. In fact, tall is large and grande is Spanish for large. Venti is the only one that doesn’t mean large. It’s also the only one that’s Italian. Congratulations, you’re stupid in three languages.” and “No, I like to rock n’ roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands… I can only rock from like 1-3.”

7.  This television series about LA caterers, which aired on the Starz network and was sadly canceled after 2 short seasons, was co-created by Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas, and shares many other writers, producers, and actors from that show.

8.  A 2009 comedy set in 1987, with characters James Brennan, a recent college graduate who majored in Comparative Literature and Renaissance Studies, Joel, a college student of Russian literature and Slavic languages, and Mike Connell, a maintenance man and part time musician who claims to have played a gig with Lou Reed.

9.  Noah Baumbach’s 2005 critically acclaimed film which was named after an exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History.

10.  This 2000 film’s one-line synopsis on imdb reads: “A single mother’s life is thrown into turmoil after her struggling, rarely-seen younger brother returns to town.”

Round 4:  Music Mash-Ups

I will describe an imaginary concert lineup with 2 bands or musicians, which are mashed up as pop-culture-mashups, or before+after.  For example, if the question reads – “The Swedish indie rock band well known for their 2006 hit single Young Folks time travels to open for the legendary singer from The Beatles, who plays some of his solo songs like Imagine and Give Peace a Chance” – the answer would be Peter Bjorn and John Lennon.

1.  A show that starts with crowd favorite song Joey, sung by frontwoman Johnette Napolitano, ends with Debbie Harry’s excellent dance accompaniment to Atomic.

2.  Will Oldham is first to play this mismatched lineup, under his stage name, opening for Leslie Sebastian Charles – though he too goes by a different name when performing his hit song Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car.

3.  The singer of 80’s band ‘Til Tuesday goes solo, and after contributing to soundtracks for PT Anderson films, acting in The Big Lebowski, and appearing as herself in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, she plays a show with a questionable surf rock band that’s known for using theremins, tesla coils and sound bites from forgotten science fiction films and TV shows.

4.  The venue is packed to the brim with ultra-hardcore fans when these 2 bands play together – first up are Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley, and James McNew, who delight their followers with tracks off some older albums Fakebook, Painful, and Elecr-O-Pura; and headlining is the band that made history by being the first all-female band that both wrote their own songs and played their own instruments to top the Billboard album charts, reaching number one with their debut album, Beauty and the Beat.

5.  It’s a weird crowd tonight at this show that opens with I Wanna Sex You Up and All 4 Love, and closes with songs from the About a Boy soundtrack and lots of Damon Gough’s famous storytelling between songs.

6.  This show starts hard with glam metal hits off the album Look What the Cat Dragged In, before the hair band closes their set with Every Rose Has Its Thorn to slow things down for headliner Mark Kozelek to play his signature mellowed-out covers of Modest Mouse songs with his band, along with their own tunes from the album Ghosts of the Great Highway.

7.  Fans of this beloved singer/songwriter from Tacoma, Washington, get nostalgic when her set – featuring songs like I Wish I Was the Moon, Hold On, Hold On, and This Tornado Loves You – is followed by a Swedish pop band they are embarrassed to have loved many years ago, and they can’t help dancing to Don’t Turn Around.

8.  It’s an all-English band lineup tonight, starting with the indie pop beats led by singers and childhood friends Romy Madley Croft and Oliver Sim, performing singles VCR and Islands off their debut album from 2009, and ending with the New Wave band responsible for singles The Mayor of Simpleton, King for a Day, and Senses Working Overtime.

9.  After a month in a psychiatric hospital, Stuart Leslie Goddard opens this show under his solo performer name, playing fan favorites from the 70’s and 80’s just like he did at his huge 2010 show The Pirate Metal Extravaganza, and is followed by the band of a fellow Brit, whose musical genres are listed on Wikipedia as “Chamber pop and Dark Cabaret” and whose 2005 album includes guest appearances by Lou Reed, Rufus Wainwright, Boy George and Devendra Banhart.

10.  Brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb play a diverse set of hits from the 1960’s through 2000’s, then the mood changes when the headliners, led by brothers Jim and William Reid, open with the single Blues from a Gun off their 1989 album Automatic.

And that’s that!  Comment with answers if you want to, play with your friends if you want to, and enjoy!
(This trivia was written by Lee Meredith, posted here only for your own personal enjoyment, thanks!)

Filed under: contest/giveaway,trivia — leethal @ 2:21 pm
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