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Question 1: The name "Toxic Twins" may have been inspired by one of the duo's main influences, the "________", the nickname for Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones.
Jagger/Richards(I Can't Get No) SatisfactionAnybody Seen My Baby?Before They Make Me Run

Question 2: The recording of the remake of the song and filming of the video for "Wild Thing" with other rock stars and comedian ________ in 1988.
Rodney DangerfieldChris RockBill HicksSam Kinison

Question 3: A 1995 performance with ________ at their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Jimmy PageJohn BonhamLed ZeppelinRobert Plant

Question 4: The two used to co-own a restaurant in ________ called Mount Blue, of which they have since sold their shares.
Pembroke, MassachusettsHanson, MassachusettsAbington, MassachusettsNorwell, Massachusetts

Question 5: A 1986 collaboration with ________ for a remake of the Aerosmith song "Walk This Way", which pushed hip hop music into the mainstream, and jumpstarted Aerosmith's career again.
Crown Royal (album)Darryl McDanielsJoseph SimmonsRun–D.M.C.

Question 6: Mötley Crüe's ________ and Tommy Lee were also known as the Terror Twins.
Here Come the Brides (album)Nikki SixxCrüe FestRunaway Brides

Question 7: Additionally, it may have inspired other musical nicknames, like the "Terror Twins" of ________ and "The Suicide Twins" of Hanoi Rocks.
Def LeppardHysteria (Def Leppard album)Joe ElliottYeah! (album)

Question 8: "Magic Touch" (with ________) (1987)
AerosmithDraw the Line (Aerosmith album)Joe Perry (musician)Jim Vallance

Question 9: "Sight for Sore Eyes" (with Jack Douglas and ________) (1977)
David JohansenSylvain SylvainNew York DollsJohnny Thunders

Question 10: "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" (with ________) (1987)
AerosmithDesmond ChildBruce FairbairnJoe Perry (musician)







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