Let’s go to Oslo: audio round

August 28, 2012 in Quizzes

Thanks to Sjef from The Oslo who replied to my request with details of the audio mashup used in last Friday night’s quiz.

It’s the work of a Norwegian dude called Frans Peter Bull Enger, who is also known by the much-handier moniker of Norwegian Recycling.  This brilliant creation of his is called ‘Miracles’.  Check it out and see how many you can name!  I think we got 10 of them.

If you’re completely stumped, I’ve included the youtube video of the same piece after the ‘Read the rest…’  It makes things a bit clearer by including the correct snippets of music videos with the audio samples.

Norwegian Recycling – Miracles:

Cool, huh?

Finally, while I’m here, these are the answers to yesterday’s questions:

  1. How many black keys are there on a standard piano? A> 32
  2. What nationality is record producer and DJ Tiësto? A> Dutch
  3. Name either (or both for a point each) of the songs featuring the word fandango that has topped the UK charts. A>Bohemian Rhapsody or A Whiter Shade of Pale
  4. How many minutes in a game of (field) hockey? A> 70
  5. In which TV series were Jefferson and Macey Darby the neighbours? A>Married… with Children
  6. ‘The World’s best-kept secret’ is the tagline of which film? A>Men in Black
  7. In what sport can one win the trophy in the picture (top-right)? A>Formula One (Driver)
  8. ‘Vakmanschap is Meesterschap’ is the slogan of which alcoholic beverage? A>Grolsch

That’s all folks!

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