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1. Where did Rose Royce get their name?

2. Which Ea­gles song men­tions seeing “a Dead­head sticker on a Cadil­lac”?

3. Name the first group to re­lease “Lov­ing You Is Sweeter Than Ever.”

4. Which Bon Jovi song has ended up as the theme song on a Discovery chan­nel show?

5. Name the song that con­tains this lyric: “Father, father, we don’t need to es­ca­late, You see, war is not the an­swer, For only love can con­quer hate.”

Answers 1. When

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the sound­track for the film “Car Wash,” man­age­ment wanted an au­to­mo­tive theme for the band as well. Rose Nor­walt fronted the group.

2. “The Boys of Sum­mer,” with lyrics penned by Don Hen­ley, who says he re­ally did see that sticker on the back of a Cadil­lac Seville in San Diego.

3. The Four Tops, in 1966. Right on its heels came the cov­ers, with four in the next year alone. Even The Band joined the mix in 1971.

4. “Wanted Dead or Alive,” on the “Dead­li­est Catch.”

5. “What’s Go­ing On,” by Marvin Gaye in 1971. The song was co-writ­ten by Gaye af­ter wit­ness­ing po­lice bru­tal­ity in Berke­ley dur­ing an anti-war protest.

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