Who sang "Do They Know It's Christmas" in 1984?
Which song from John Mayer’s album “Room for Squares” from 2001 is one of his most famous?
Which rock duo from Brooklyn released the album "Congratulations" in 2010?
Which of the following rock bands is Canadian, founded in 2001 and counts a married couple among its members?
One Directions debut album "Up All Night" climbed the U.S. billboard charts in 2011 and finally topped the list as number one. How many British bands had previously achieved this?
Which band released the 2013 album 'Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams' with the singles 'Up in the Air' and 'Do or Die'?
'Trouble Will Find Me' is a 2013 album from which melancholic band?
Which highly productive guitarist has during 2013 released a series of 25 albums with the titles 'Pike 1' to 'Pike 25'?
Which musician released in 2013 the album 'True' with very popular radio hits like 'Hey Brother' and 'Wake Me Up'?
Which American rap artist is known for his alter-ego 'Slim Shady'?
Which artist released the 2013 album 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2', which contains the singles 'Berzerk' and 'Survival'?
Which artist released the critically acclaimed album "The Next Day Extra" in 2013?
Which expressively strong musician, who used existential language and played minimalist riffs on his guitar, passed away on the 27th of October 2013?
Which fast-playing band released their 16th studio album with the title song 'True North' in the beginning of 2013?
In 2013 the third studio album "Artpop" was release by a well-known pop singer. Which flamboyant artist is behind the album?
Parts of this album was recorded before the band broke up in 1997 and other parts after their reunification in 2007. Which band released the critically acclaimed album 'm b v' in 2013?
It was recorded in frontman Mark Oliver Everett's home studio in Los Feliz, Los Angeles. Which band released the album 'Wonderful, Glorious' on the 4th of February 2013?
'Push the Sky Away' is the 15th studio album by the alternative rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. What country is the band from?
In 2001 Eminem made the singer behind the 2013 album 'Girl Who Got Away' world-renowned. This time the album features the rapper Kendrick Lamar. Who is the singer?
The album 'Graffiti on the Train' was well received by its critics and commercially successful. Which band from Wales was behind this release in 2013?
On the 25th of March 2013 the fifth studio album by the American indie rock band The Strokes was released. The album includes the single "All the Time". What is the albums title?
The American band OneRepublic released their third studio album "Native" on the 22nd of March 2013. Which of the following singles was NOT on the album?
Which artist is behind the album 'Overgrown', which won the Mercury Prize in October 2013 for being the best album in the UK and Ireland?
What black American singer would have been 50 years old on the 9th of August 2013, but sadly died on the 11th of February the year before?
Which well-known girl band had the hits "Bills, Bills, Bills", "Say My Name" and "Survivor"?
Will Smith is known for his profanity-free lyrics, but he has used the F-word in one of his songs. Which one?
The American actor and rapper Will Smith owns a house in a Scandinavian country. Which one?
She featured on the TV-show Kids Incorporated, was part of the girl band Wild Orchid and released her solo album "The Dutchess" in 2006. What is the name of this artist?
Which composer wrote the operas "Rigoletto" (1851), "Aida" (1871) and "Othello" (1887)?
With which opera did the Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi have his popular breakthrough in 1842?
Which of the following operas by Wagner is not part of the tetralogy "Der Rings des Nibelungen" (The Ring of the Nibelung)?
The tetralogy "Der Ring des Nibelungen" (The Ring of the Nibelung" by Wagner is based on characters and themes from a certain mythology. Which on?
The opera "Tristan and Isolde" premiered in 1865 and is considered its composer's best stand-alone piece. What is the name of the composer?
This composer wrote a well-known orchestral piece based on the novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. What was the name of the composer?
Which composer wrote the operas "Elektra" (1909), "Der Rosenkavalier" (1911) and "Intermezzo" (1924)?
Which well-known German composer wrote his "9th Symphony" while totally deaf?
What has Beethoven's 9th Symphony become a symbol of?
He was born in Bonn and composed "Für Elise". What was his name?
Mark Knopfler is known for a distinctive part of his guitar technique. Which one?
The band Gogol Bordello is named after Nikolai Gogol. Who was he?
What is the name of Jennifer Lopez' debut album from 1999?
In music, the term crescendo refers to an increase in volume. What term refers to the opposite?
The Clash were part of the punk wave of the 70's and 80's. What country were they from?
"London Calling" from 1979 was this band's third LP, and is considered one of the best of its day. What is the name of the band?
"Blowing in the Wind" is arguably the most famous Bob Dylan song. What album did it feature in?
"Lay Lady Lay" was written by a major figure in musical the last five decades. Who?
"Like a Rolling Stone" by Bob Dylan is arguably the great rock 'n' roll song of all times. Which album did it feature on?
The American heavy band Slipknot sued a fast-food franchise in 2005. Which one?
This band performs in horror movie-style masks and is called Slipknot. What is the name of their 1999 debut album?
This band was politically active on behalf of the Democrats, and was led by vocalist Michael Stipe. What was their name?