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Heavenly

Songs, or artists about objects over your head - or not - 21 questions to test you. 21 Questions.

 
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1

Eddie Cochran took how many steps to Heaven?

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

2

A 1962 satellite for The Tornados, what was it called?

  • Rocket
  • Hubble
  • Telstar

3

What planet did Duran Duran sing about in 1981?

  • Pluto
  • Venus
  • Earth

4

Which artist took 'Stairway to Heaven' to the highest UK chart position?

  • Dread Zeppalin
  • Far Corporation
  • Rolf Harris

5

Which planet did Dickie Valentine croon about in 1959?

  • Venus
  • Earth
  • Moon

6

What was the title of Sheer Elegance's 1975 hit?

  • Moonlight Way
  • Starlight Way
  • Milky Way

7

Glenn Miller hit, Moonlight .... ' what?

  • Serenade
  • Waltz
  • Tango

8

The Beatles sang about which king?

  • Sun
  • Moon
  • Star

9

What is the title of the 2002 album by Supergrass?

  • Life On Another Planet
  • Life On Another Earth
  • Life On An Alien Planet

10

Which UK city did Heaven 17 originate from?

  • Sheffield
  • Derby
  • London

11

In what year did 'Silver Star' chart in the UK for The Four Seasons?

  • 1976
  • 1975
  • 1977

12

In 1973, who said 'Aloah From Hawaii Via Satellite'?

  • The Beach Boys
  • Elvis Presley
  • The Band

13

Which Pink Floyd song mentions 'The Dark Side Of The Moon'?

  • Brain Damage
  • Eclipse
  • Us And Them

14

Which space hero features on a Queen album?

  • Flash Gordon
  • Dan Dare
  • Hans Solo

15

What was The Grateful Dead's Star?

  • Dark
  • Light
  • Dead

16

Of the three choices shown, which one took 'Blue Moon' to number one in the UK charts?

  • Marcels
  • Elvis Presley
  • Showaddywaddy

17

In 1982, ELO bought a ticket to where?

  • Sun
  • Mars
  • Moon

18

In 1973, David Bowie asked if there was life on which planet?

  • Venus
  • Earth
  • Mars

19

The Elton John hit, 'Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long, Long Time)' was covered by who in 1991?

  • Billy Joel
  • Kiki Dee
  • Kate Bush

20

'Tin Planet' was a UK number three album in 1998 for who?

  • Space
  • Space Baby
  • Space Cowboy

21

'Lost In Space' was a 1992 album by who?

  • Aimee Mann
  • Natalie Merchant
  • Kylie Minogue

 

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