A random assortment of trivia questions, some multi-part. some with single answers. All parts of an answer are worth 10 points, therefore if a question has a 3 part answer, that would be worth a total of 30 points (total points available per question are in parentheses to the left of each question). Total available points are 500 (hence the name of the quiz!) To earn 10 points, first and last names are required. First or last name only earns 5 points.

1. (70 points)MORE SOUNDTRACKS!! Name the movie from the songs on the soundtrack: A) Institutionalized - Suicidal Tendencies, T.V. Party - Black Flag, Hombre Secreto - The Plugz. B) Here Comes the Hotstepper - Ini Kamoze, Lemon - U2, Jump on Top of Me - Rolling Stones. C) My Sharona - The Knack, Stay - Lisa Loeb, Tempted - Squeeze. D) Everyday People - Sly and the Family Stone, ABC - Jackson Five, Time Has Come Today - Chambers Brothers, E) Cold as Ice - Foreigner, Lido Shuffle - Boz Scaggs, Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh. F) Brick House - Commodores, She's A Lady - Tom Jones, Free Yourself - Chaka Khan. G) Land of 1000 Dances - Wilson Pickett, Rock 'n' Roll Part II - Gary Glitter, You Sexy Thing - Hot Chocolate
2. (40 points)Not too often bands write songs that have titles which are the same as the band's name. This 70's band did record an eponymously titled song, which still gets airplay on Classic Rock stations. A professional wrestling championship Tag Team used this band's name (slightly changed by adding a letter. Name the band, the Tag Team, and it's two members whose first names both started with the letter 'P'.
3. (40 points)Burger King does a great job of using classic rock songs in their ads. Recently (Spring '98) they used a song that was also featured in a first season episode of South Park. Name the song, who originally made it popular, who the 'celebrity' on South Park was who sang it, and what product BK was pushing.
4. (20 points)What national radio show aired on March 5th, 1977, and who was the moderator?
5. (10 points)As of April, 1998, who was the only Not Ready For Prime Time Player, or featured performer on Saturday Night Live, who had their own NON-CABLE Prime Time TV show with their name in the title?
6. (10 points)If there's a bustle in your hedgerow, don't be alarmed now. Why not (be specific)?
7. (30 points)A music group recorded an album in the late 80's with the title including the words "At ______ Stadium." It wasn't a live album, the cover just pictured the band at the location. Name the group, the stadium, and what the name of the group stands for.
8. (10 points)Name the ballplayer who's baseball card was banned because of a swear word written on his bat handle.
9. (40 points)NISSAN, WHATEVER! What was the Nissan brand of cars known as prior to Nissan, What were the number designations the Sentra and Maxima were formerly known as, and other than the ZX and the SX, what was the only other Nissan in 1983 to be factory turbopowered?
10. (50 points)Being the female singer of the A capella group The Bobs has become like being the drummer for Spinal Tap. Give me the 3 stage names for the last 3 female Bobs, also the full (real) name of the newest female singer (as of 5/98), and at what instituition of higher learning she studied music.
11. (30 points)FINAL SEINFELD: A) in what town were the Seinfeld gang arrested, B) What is the name of the actor who portrayed the guy whose car was stolen, C) Who really won "The Contest" (one guess only for this question)?
12. (30 points)Buck Brannaman taught a famous actor his special skills for a recent Hollywood movie. Name the movie, the actor, and the man Buck credits for teaching him how to do his skill.
13. (50 points)Thru 1994, only 5 host teams have won the World Cup (Soccer/Football). Name those countries, and the years
14. (10 points)Who do the TV shows "The Price is Right" and "Soap" share as regulars?
15. (60 points)List the 6 largest countries in the world, as of 1/1/96, in terms of land area

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