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Question 1: Punk rock is a ________ genre that developed between 1974 and 1976 in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.
British rockHeavy metal musicRock musicRock and roll

Question 2: [54] The album was produced by ________, a former member of New York's experimental rock group The Velvet Underground.
The Velvet Underground & NicoMaureen TuckerJohn CaleLou Reed

Question 3: Radio Birdman broke up in June 1978 while touring the UK,[119] where the early unity between ________, middle-class punks (many with art school backgrounds) and working-class punks had disintegrated.
Caspar David FriedrichBohemianismWalter ScottCharles-Valentin Alkan

Question 4: In 2004, Green Day's ________ went to number one on both the U.S.
Nimrod (album)American Idiot21st Century BreakdownDookie

Question 5: These expressly working-class bands contrasted with others in the second wave that presaged the ________ phenomenon.
Post-punkArt punkPunk rockNew Wave music

Question 6:
Which of the following titles did Punk rock have?
Princess Maria de los Dolores Czartoryski
Tokyo Mater
"Mater Dolores"
Z.O.E Dolores, i

Question 7: Queercore lyrics often treat the themes of prejudice, sexual identity, ________, and individual rights.
Third genderTransgenderGender identityTranssexualism

Question 8: In 1969, debut albums by two ________-based bands appeared that are commonly regarded as the central protopunk records.

Question 9: [261] New pop punk bands such as Sum 41, Simple Plan, Yellowcard, and ________ achieved major sales in the first decade of the 2000s.
Joel MaddenBenji MaddenGood CharlotteGood Morning Revival

Question 10: In 1994, Epitaph put out Let's Go by Rancid, Punk In Drublic by ________, and Smash by The Offspring, each eventually certified gold or better.
Fat MikeNOFXSo Long and Thanks for All the ShoesEric Melvin

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