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The Grand Illusion (album): Quiz

  

Question 1:
  • Lead vocals and synthesizer solo: ________
    Styx (band)Dennis DeYoungLady (Styx song)Tommy Shaw

Question 2: Young, in his interview on the In the Studio program, said the track came to him in the middle of the night and that its ________ was inspired by the Jethro Tull song "Minstrel in the Gallery".
JazzMusicBluesOstinato

Question 3: ________ - keyboards, synthesizer, vocals
Tommy ShawStyx (band)Lady (Styx song)Dennis DeYoung

Question 4: According to lead singer ________, the album's theme was the struggle to overcome self-deluding superficiality in order to affirm one's genuine value.
Lady (Styx song)Styx (band)Dennis DeYoungTommy Shaw

Question 5:
  • Lead vocals and lead guitar: ________
    Styx (band)Dennis DeYoungJames Young (American musician)Tommy Shaw

Question 6: The interlude of "Castle Walls" was inspired by ________'s "Tubular Bells" which was the theme music in the 1973 horror film "The Exorcist".
Mike OldfieldMike Oldfield singles discographyMike Oldfield discographyMoonlight Shadow

Question 7: "The Grand Illusion" (________) – 4:36
Lady (Styx song)Styx (band)Tommy ShawDennis DeYoung

Question 8: The musical theme from ________'s seminal film, Halloween, has similar characteristics with the interlude to "Castle Walls".
John Carpenter filmographyEscape from New YorkThe Thing (film)John Carpenter

Question 9: The Grand Illusion is the seventh studio album by Styx, released in 1977 (see ________).
1978 in music1979 in music1977 in music1976 in music

Question 10: James Young - ________, keyboards, vocals
Electric guitarGuitarClassical guitarBass guitar
















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