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Thread started 05/05/19 1:53pm

lust

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Asking for submissions for questions Prince trivia!

Hi all.

So, I’m involved in putting on a Prince Tribute night next Saturday. We have a solo pianist, a funk band, three DJs and about 200 attending.

WB have been very generous and we have lots of CDs and vinyl to give away.

One means if that will be asking some trivia questions.

I want to mindful that I don’t make them all too hard and have some that the casuals can answer.

Ideas so far.

Who did Prince write NC2U for? (Bound to catch the casuals out)
Which two albums did When 2 r in love appear on?
According to Raspberry Beret, who was Prince’s boss? (One for the masses)


You get the idea.

Any suggestions?
If the milk turns out to be sour, I aint the kinda pussy to drink it!
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Reply #1 posted 05/05/19 3:01pm

PennyPurple

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What was Prince's favorite color?







According to Tyka it was orange.

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Reply #2 posted 05/05/19 3:21pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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Which Album Cover did both the O+> and "and the Revolution" first appear?


What 80's tv show did Prince mention in Kiss?


Or deeper What Prince pened hit peaked at #2 just behind Prince's "Kiss"?


"Democratic Socialism" just 2 words
But if Sanders gets elected be the only words heard...
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Reply #3 posted 05/05/19 7:25pm

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"The Bangel's 'Manic Monday' was originally intended for what Prince protege group?" OR

"The Bangel's 'Manic Monday' was written by Prince under what pseudonym?" (multiple choice)

Pop Life referenced what former member of The Time? (Morris Day)


Wendy & Lisa have a conversation about warm water at the beginning of what song?


What album cover first had the words "Rude Boy" on it?

What was the first black and white Prince album cover?


What was the first Prince album to have a warning sticker? (Dirty Mind)

Even after they disbanded, The Revolution appeared on what album/track from 1987? (SOTT or IGBABN)

What was the first live song to ever appear on a Prince record? (I Would Die 4 U, technically although some might go to "It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night")

What was the club Prince performed in during Purple Rain? (Also ask the name of the club in Graffiti Bridge, or the club Apollonia 6 performed at in the movie)

Who is Morri's valet?

What power house producing duo were originally members of The Time?

Prince and Sheila E's first duet on record was what? (Erotic City, but some may guess A Love Bizarre)

Prince played keyboards on what Stevie Nicks song she fashioned and wrote after hearing "Little Red Corvette"?

Where was darling Nikki when Prince first saw her? (or what was she doing?)

True or False: The Revolution drummer Bobby Z's last name is actually Zeigfeld. (Rivkin)

True or False: Prince put out two instrumental records under Madhouse whose album tracks were numbers as the track names.

What was the first album to have Prince's image on the cover? (1999)

What was the last album credited to Prince and the Revolution? (Parade)

What was the first album credited to Prince and the New Power Generation (D&P)

True or false: Vanity 6 & Apollonia 6 member Brenda Bennet's husband, Roy, was actually Prince's concert lighting director. (True)

What movie starring Walter Mathau and Jack Lemmon was partially filmed at Paisley Park's sound stage? (Grumpy Old Men)

....to name a few.

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Reply #4 posted 05/06/19 2:31pm

lust

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Thanks everyone.

Some great suggestions there.
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Reply #5 posted 05/07/19 5:54am

RJOrion

What did Prince order from Dorothy?

(fruit cocktail)
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Reply #6 posted 05/07/19 10:01am

GottaHaveFaith

On the album Come, whose voice is used for moaning on the final track (Bonus if they can name where the guitar solo is recycled from)

The Wind and the willow's playing Tea for Two. The Sky Was Yellow and the sun was blue
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Reply #7 posted 05/07/19 10:35am

poppys

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What was the first album to have Prince's image on the cover? (1999)



Don't understand the one about the first image being 1999? An image is a photo, wouldn't that be For You? Did you mean artwork?

[Edited 5/8/19 17:48pm]

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Reply #8 posted 05/07/19 3:57pm

PeteSilas

who was the early supporter of prince, gave him access to a studio and co-write songs with him?: Chris Moon

depending on how fanatical the crowd is, some questions may be too easy or too hard.

Which city was the first one that he ventured to in pursuit of a deal? : New York

What was his childhood nickname? Skipper

What was the brothers name who he mentions in Lady Cab Driver? Duane

What was the first instrument Prince learned? : Piano

Who was the female folk musician Prince idolized? Joni Mitchell

What was the name of Prince's first manager? Owen Husney

Prince.org: With fans like these he didn't need haters.
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Reply #9 posted 05/07/19 6:30pm

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>What Prince song was Justin Timberlake singing when they brought up Prince's image on the huge sheet at the recent Superbowl halftime? (I would die 4 U)

>Who did Eric Clapton say was the greatest guitar player of all time? (Prince)

> What album did Prince release in 2007? (Planet Earth)

>What song did Prince go home and record after seeing George Clinton in concert? (Erotic City)

>What was Carmen Electra's real name before Prince renamed her (Tara Leigh Patrick)

>Who left a piano at Prince's home that he later on became proficient on? (his father)

>How old was prince when he released his 1st album? (19)

>When asked about the 4" heels he wore, what was Prince's reply? (the chicks dig it)

>What televison show was Prince's first wife on at the age of 7? (That's Incredible!)

>Where is the real Graffiti Bridge now? (In the tunnel under the road between Paisley Park and the city park in Chanhassen)

>What is one thing that supposedly Prince never owned? (his own cell phone)

I could go on forever here, but I need to go clean house!!

Peace & Love,

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Reply #10 posted 05/07/19 6:39pm

poppys

Seahorsie said:

>What Prince song was Justin Timberlake singing when they brought up Prince's image on the huge sheet at the recent Superbowl halftime? (I would die 4 U)

>Who did Eric Clapton say was the greatest guitar player of all time? (Prince)

> What album did Prince release in 2007? (Planet Earth)

>What song did Prince go home and record after seeing George Clinton in concert? (Erotic City)

>What was Carmen Electra's real name before Prince renamed her (Tara Leigh Patrick)

>Who left a piano at Prince's home that he later on became proficient on? (his father)

>How old was prince when he released his 1st album? (19)

>When asked about the 4" heels he wore, what was Prince's reply? (the chicks dig it)

>What televison show was Prince's first wife on at the age of 7? (That's Incredible!)

>Where is the real Graffiti Bridge now? (In the tunnel under the road between Paisley Park and the city park in Chanhassen)

>What is one thing that supposedly Prince never owned? (his own cell phone)

I could go on forever here, but I need to go clean house!!

Peace & Love,

The Seahorse


Eric Clapton never said that. Urban legend.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/eric-clapton-quote-about-prince/

[Edited 5/7/19 18:40pm]

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Reply #11 posted 05/07/19 7:00pm

Seahorsie

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poppys said:

Seahorsie said:

>What Prince song was Justin Timberlake singing when they brought up Prince's image on the huge sheet at the recent Superbowl halftime? (I would die 4 U)

>Who did Eric Clapton say was the greatest guitar player of all time? (Prince)

> What album did Prince release in 2007? (Planet Earth)

>What song did Prince go home and record after seeing George Clinton in concert? (Erotic City)

>What was Carmen Electra's real name before Prince renamed her (Tara Leigh Patrick)

>Who left a piano at Prince's home that he later on became proficient on? (his father)

>How old was prince when he released his 1st album? (19)

>When asked about the 4" heels he wore, what was Prince's reply? (the chicks dig it)

>What televison show was Prince's first wife on at the age of 7? (That's Incredible!)

>Where is the real Graffiti Bridge now? (In the tunnel under the road between Paisley Park and the city park in Chanhassen)

>What is one thing that supposedly Prince never owned? (his own cell phone)

I could go on forever here, but I need to go clean house!!

Peace & Love,

The Seahorse


Eric Clapton never said that. Urban legend.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/eric-clapton-quote-about-prince/

OK, really thought that one was true. Well, he should have said that if he didn't!!

woot!

[Edited 5/7/19 18:40pm]

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Reply #12 posted 05/07/19 7:02pm

poppys

Seahorsie said:

poppys said:


Eric Clapton never said that. Urban legend.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/eric-clapton-quote-about-prince/

OK, really thought that one was true. Well, he should have said that if he didn't!!

woot!

Absolutely!!! guitar

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Reply #13 posted 05/08/19 9:10am

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Seahorsie said:



poppys said:




Seahorsie said:


>What Prince song was Justin Timberlake singing when they brought up Prince's image on the huge sheet at the recent Superbowl halftime? (I would die 4 U)


>Who did Eric Clapton say was the greatest guitar player of all time? (Prince)


> What album did Prince release in 2007? (Planet Earth)


>What song did Prince go home and record after seeing George Clinton in concert? (Erotic City)


>What was Carmen Electra's real name before Prince renamed her (Tara Leigh Patrick)


>Who left a piano at Prince's home that he later on became proficient on? (his father)


>How old was prince when he released his 1st album? (19)


>When asked about the 4" heels he wore, what was Prince's reply? (the chicks dig it)


>What televison show was Prince's first wife on at the age of 7? (That's Incredible!)


>Where is the real Graffiti Bridge now? (In the tunnel under the road between Paisley Park and the city park in Chanhassen)


>What is one thing that supposedly Prince never owned? (his own cell phone)



I could go on forever here, but I need to go clean house!!




Peace & Love,


The Seahorse




Eric Clapton never said that. Urban legend.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/eric-clapton-quote-about-prince/



OK, really thought that one was true. Well, he should have said that if he didn't!!


woot!


[Edited 5/7/19 18:40pm]




Didn’t know that until now; this was widely a circulated quote. Thank you for clearing that up. Although I agree, would’ve been great if true.
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Reply #14 posted 05/08/19 2:44pm

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TrivialPursuit said:


What was the first Prince album to have a warning sticker? (Dirty Mind)




What was the first album to have Prince's image on the cover? (1999)



Wait...

The parental advisory stickers were in large part a reaction to Darling Nikki and the Purple Rain album so Dirty Mind doesn't check out, unless you mean on reissues.

Prince's "image" were on all of his albums UNTIL 1999 so I think you meant "first album that did NOT have his picture on it"

Also, 1999 is credited as Prince and the Revolution. "The Revolution" is hidden in one of the letters. The football shaped "I" in "Prince" if I remember right.

To contribute:

"What was Prince's last #1 hit single?" - Cream

"What was Prince's last #1 album?" - 3121


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Reply #15 posted 05/08/19 4:19pm

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herb4 said:

TrivialPursuit said:


What was the first Prince album to have a warning sticker? (Dirty Mind)

What was the first album to have Prince's image on the cover? (1999)



Wait...

The parental advisory stickers were in large part a reaction to Darling Nikki and the Purple Rain album so Dirty Mind doesn't check out, unless you mean on reissues.

Prince's "image" were on all of his albums UNTIL 1999 so I think you meant "first album that did NOT have his picture on it"

Also, 1999 is credited as Prince and the Revolution. "The Revolution" is hidden in one of the letters. The football shaped "I" in "Prince" if I remember right.


Nope. I clearly remember the sticker (not the standard one we know now) on the Dirty Mind cassette back in the day. I think it was mentioned in DMSR or possibley Dave Hill's A Pop Life; that WB knew it was so salacious that it added a warning on it. Tipper's quest to censor rock music made the record companies agree to label records, but they also said "we're only doing this one warning sticker", because Tipper and her heifers wanted it rated like movies, but worse. S for Satanism, V for violenc, X for Sexuality, R for religious references, whatever for cursing. They both made each other bend, but it was still voluntary on the record company's part. Plenty of albums with cuss words on them didn't have the label, including The Gold Experience.

I did mean not have his image. My bad.

I am well aware of the 1999 Revolution reference. But the spine nor the credits stated that. We all know The Revolution had a trilogy of albums (just liike NPG did). No video or other reference was made anywhere to Prince and the Revolution before "When Doves Cry". That's as far down that rabbit hole as I'm going.

PS here's a cassette scan from the original release (found on Discogs) of Dirty Mind. I remember thinking "this must be a bad album" when I saw it. I was a small baptist child in Oklahoma so anything like that was taboo.

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Reply #16 posted 05/08/19 5:41pm

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^^^huh. That's interesting about Dirty Mind^^^

I suppose I was thinking about the official PMRC stickers and knew for a fact that Darling Nikki was central to that whole thing so the years/math didn't add up since PR was 3 albums later. Do you have any more info on this or know if any records had that disclaimer on it?

Because if record companies were already doing that (label warnings) then wtf was the PMRC even on about in 1985? And I can think of a few albums that might have deserved similar treatment. Thanks for clarifying.

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Reply #17 posted 05/08/19 6:01pm

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^^^huh. That's interesting about Dirty Mind^^^

I suppose I was thinking about the official PMRC stickers and knew for a fact that Darling Nikki was central to that whole thing so the years/math didn't add up since PR was 3 albums later. Do you have any more info on this or know if any records had that disclaimer on it?

Because if record companies were already doing that (label warnings) then wtf was the PMRC even on about in 1985? And I can think of a few albums that might have deserved similar treatment. Thanks for clarifying.

Some were retro flagged -

https://www.udiscovermusi...ensorship/

The Filthy Fifteen: Censorship, Gore And The “Parental Advisory” Sticker

Seeking to rid music of offensive content, the Parents Music Resource Center used the Filthy Fifteen to bring their cause to the Senate.

[Edited 5/8/19 18:04pm]

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Reply #18 posted 05/09/19 4:58am

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True or False: Prince had ribs removed so that he could suck his own cock?

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Reply #19 posted 05/09/19 7:39am

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herb4 said:

"What was Prince's last #1 album?" - 3121

3121 was his last #1 album during his lifetime, but it was not his last #1 album: The Very Best Of Prince topped the Billboard 200 for the first time the week he died and is, as of now, his final number one album.

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Reply #20 posted 05/09/19 7:59am

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True or False: The song "Batdance" is played during a dance routine featuring a brief cameo by Prince in the Tim Burton film "Batman"

I think at least one Batman question is appropriate.

Also:

Have you ever bathed in the waters of Lake Minnetonka?

What is Cynthia Rose's favorite number?

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Reply #21 posted 05/09/19 8:24am

poppys

StrangeButTrue said:

True or False: The song "Batdance" is played during a dance routine featuring a brief cameo by Prince in the Tim Burton film "Batman"

I think at least one Batman question is appropriate.

Also:

Have you ever bathed in the waters of Lake Minnetonka?

What is Cynthia Rose's favorite number?


But, yes or no are both the correct answer to Have you ever bathed in the waters of Lake Minnetonka? How is that a trivia question?

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Reply #22 posted 05/09/19 9:37am

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herb4 said:

^^^huh. That's interesting about Dirty Mind^^^

I suppose I was thinking about the official PMRC stickers and knew for a fact that Darling Nikki was central to that whole thing so the years/math didn't add up since PR was 3 albums later. Do you have any more info on this or know if any records had that disclaimer on it?

Because if record companies were already doing that (label warnings) then wtf was the PMRC even on about in 1985? And I can think of a few albums that might have deserved similar treatment. Thanks for clarifying.


I don't disagree about the PMRC. I was engulfed watching all of it, as a 15/16 year old, back then. You're on track with that. I don't know that it was a regular thing that record companies were putting a warning label on anything. I don't remember them per se, but I was also pretty safe in my music as a kid, so I was never exposed to the naughty stuff until I purposely sought it out.

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poppys said:

StrangeButTrue said:

True or False: The song "Batdance" is played during a dance routine featuring a brief cameo by Prince in the Tim Burton film "Batman"

I think at least one Batman question is appropriate.

Also:

Have you ever bathed in the waters of Lake Minnetonka?

What is Cynthia Rose's favorite number?


But, yes or no are both the correct answer to Have you ever bathed in the waters of Lake Minnetonka? How is that a trivia question?

I just thought it was a funny question - maybe "Which Prince-starring film is this question asked?"

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Reply #24 posted 05/09/19 11:34am

poppys

StrangeButTrue said:

poppys said:


But, yes or no are both the correct answer to Have you ever bathed in the waters of Lake Minnetonka? How is that a trivia question?


I just thought it was a funny question - maybe "Which Prince-starring film is this question asked?"


Agree. The words Lake Minnetonka always crack me up. Sorry to be such a trivia crank. I watch Jeopardy religiously and sometimes find fault with the questions. Once in awhile, they launch a clinker and still don't catch the problem during the commercial.

I like the what film redux! Some of these are way too hard for the normals.

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Reply #25 posted 05/09/19 3:35pm

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renfield said:

herb4 said:

"What was Prince's last #1 album?" - 3121

3121 was his last #1 album during his lifetime, but it was not his last #1 album: The Very Best Of Prince topped the Billboard 200 for the first time the week he died and is, as of now, his final number one album.

Whoops on me. Thanks for the correction. I thought I had a good one too. I didn't remember 3121 making #1.

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Reply #26 posted 05/09/19 3:53pm

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Also, that warning thing on Dirty Mind isn't the "Parental Advidsory" PMRC sticker either. Was it a stop gap measure they threw together and stuck on re-issues? Because I'd be really surprised if that Dirty Mind image that was posted was from a pressing done prior to 1984 or 1985. Very interesting.

And a better Batman trivia question is:

HOw many songs from Prince's soundtrack were in the actual film and can you name them?

Because I honestly don't know the answer. "Trust" and "Partyman" are obvious and I THINK parts of "Scandalous", "Vicki Waiting" and "Electric Chair" are in it, but most of his "soundtrack" was famously buried in the film itself and used in a "blink and you'll miss it" sort of way. It was mostly used as a synergystic promotional thing. Been a good while since I've watched the film (or listened to teh soundtrack). If memory serves, a little bit of "The Future" is in there too near the beginning and (I think) "Scandalous" plays over the closing credits (?)

...

*CUE: Bart VanHamelen bursting into the thread to lecture me on my inferior Google skills and calling me an idiot so here's a pre-emptive "fuck off and move on, you insufferable miserable human being" disclaimer*

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Reply #27 posted 05/09/19 5:05pm

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herb4 said:

Also, that warning thing on Dirty Mind isn't the "Parental Advidsory" PMRC sticker either. Was it a stop gap measure they threw together and stuck on re-issues? Because I'd be really surprised if that Dirty Mind image that was posted was from a pressing done prior to 1984 or 1985. Very interesting.

And a better Batman trivia question is:

HOw many songs from Prince's soundtrack were in the actual film and can you name them?

Because I honestly don't know the answer. "Trust" and "Partyman" are obvious and I THINK parts of "Scandalous", "Vicki Waiting" and "Electric Chair" are in it, but most of his "soundtrack" was famously buried in the film itself and used in a "blink and you'll miss it" sort of way. It was mostly used as a synergystic promotional thing. Been a good while since I've watched the film (or listened to teh soundtrack). If memory serves, a little bit of "The Future" is in there too near the beginning and (I think) "Scandalous" plays over the closing credits (?)

...

*CUE: Bart VanHamelen bursting into the thread to lecture me on my inferior Google skills and calling me an idiot so here's a pre-emptive "fuck off and move on, you insufferable miserable human being" disclaimer*


In the link I posted up thread, the earliest ones the PMRC originally submitted to Congress on Sept 19, 1985 were AC/DC Let Me Put My Love into You (1980) and Def Leppard Hign 'n Dry (1981). The rest were from '83 - '85.


The Parents Music Resource Center published this list in 1985. It is the top fifteen songs recommended to be banned, and their presumed subject matter.

1 Prince Darling Nikki sex, masturbation 2 Sheena Easton Sugar Walls sex 3 Judas Priest Eat Me Alive sex 4 Vanity Strap on Robbie Baby sex 5 Mötley Crüe Bastard violence 6 AC/DC Let Me Put My Love Into You sex 7 Twisted Sister We're Not Gonna Take It violence 8 Madonna Dress You Up sex 9 W.A.S.P. Animal (Fuck Like A Beast) sex 10 Def Leppard High 'n Dry drug and alcohol use 11 Mercyful Fate Into The Coven occult 12 Black Sabbath Trashed drug and alcohol use 13 Mary Jane Girls In My House sex 14 Venom Possessed occult 15 Cyndi Lauper She-Bop sex, masturbation



[Edited 5/9/19 17:08pm]

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herb4 said:

Batman trivia question is:

HOw many songs from Prince's soundtrack were in the actual film and can you name them?

Because I honestly don't know the answer. "Trust" and "Partyman" are obvious and I THINK parts of "Scandalous", "Vicki Waiting" and "Electric Chair" are in it, but most of his "soundtrack" was famously buried in the film itself and used in a "blink and you'll miss it" sort of way. It was mostly used as a synergystic promotional thing. Been a good while since I've watched the film (or listened to teh soundtrack). If memory serves, a little bit of "The Future" is in there too near the beginning and (I think) "Scandalous" plays over the closing credits (?)

...


The Future - in the opening street scenes

Electric Chair - at the ball at Bruce Wayne's mansion where Vicki is looking for him

Trust - balloon scene

Partyman - museum scene

Scandelous - various places

Vicki Waiting - I forget where, but I know it's in there


May be easier to ask what songs aren't in it. lol

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Reply #29 posted 05/10/19 2:30pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

herb4 said:

Batman trivia question is:

HOw many songs from Prince's soundtrack were in the actual film and can you name them?

Because I honestly don't know the answer. "Trust" and "Partyman" are obvious and I THINK parts of "Scandalous", "Vicki Waiting" and "Electric Chair" are in it, but most of his "soundtrack" was famously buried in the film itself and used in a "blink and you'll miss it" sort of way. It was mostly used as a synergystic promotional thing. Been a good while since I've watched the film (or listened to teh soundtrack). If memory serves, a little bit of "The Future" is in there too near the beginning and (I think) "Scandalous" plays over the closing credits (?)

...


The Future - in the opening street scenes

Electric Chair - at the ball at Bruce Wayne's mansion where Vicki is looking for him

Trust - balloon scene

Partyman - museum scene

Scandelous - various places

Vicki Waiting - I forget where, but I know it's in there


May be easier to ask what songs aren't in it. lol


cool! SO I got it right!

This is a pretty neat thread. Wonder if we can take it into the hardcore/stumper are once you're done with your trivia night thing.

I like trivia a lot but Google and the internet has sort of ruined it unless people are playing honestly.

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