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Question 1: He was the lead singer of the Power pop band The Knack, and co-wrote the biggest hit song of 1979, "________", with lead guitarist, Berton Averre.
Good Times (Chic song)My SharonaDress You UpCall Me (Blondie song)

Question 2: Geoffrey and Doug Fieger were born and raised in the 9 Mile/Coolidge area of ________, a northern suburb of Detroit, and attended Oak Park High School.
Oak Park, MichiganRoyal Oak, MichiganMadison Heights, MichiganTroy, Michigan

Question 3: In addition to performing, Fieger also produced the Rubber City Rebels debut album for ________ and another album for the Los Angeles-based band, Mystery Pop.
Decca RecordsParlophoneCapitol RecordsEMI

Question 4: Sky recorded two albums for RCA Records, in 1970 and 1971, produced by Miller with Andy Johns (________).
Led ZeppelinJohn BonhamJimmy PageRobert Plant

Question 5: "________" spent six consecutive weeks at #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 in 1979 and was the biggest hit of the year.
Good Times (Chic song)Call Me (Blondie song)Dress You UpMy Sharona

Question 6: [5] It was also featured regularly in a Saturday Night Live skit parodying ________.
Alberto GonzalesElliot RichardsonJanet RenoMichael Mukasey

Question 7: Fieger provided lead vocals on two tracks on ________' 1983 album Born to Laugh at Tornadoes.
What Up, Dog?Rock musicWas (Not Was)United States

Question 8: They were signed by ________ in early 1979.
Decca RecordsParlophoneEMICapitol Records

Question 9: Fifteen years later the track gained new interest after it was heard in the film ________.
The Cable GuyTropic ThunderJaneane GarofaloReality Bites







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