Discussion in 'Forum Feud' started by DarthIntegral
, Sep 15, 2008.
I'm happy that I could help the team!
Show me LAS VEGAS!
You are wonderful my e-dahling.
Vegas is still not the one that I am jumping up and down wanting to shout.
The score is: [hl=green]The Cade Brigade: Always bringing up his rear[/hl] 85, [hl=black]EUClone of Emperor Jello and the Knights of the EUC[/hl] 0
We surveyed 100 Americans.
The top seven answers are on the board.
Name a US City that you associate with a certain type of music
Viva Las Vegas!
1. Nashville, TN[hl=gold]_ ___[/hl] 30
2. New Orleans, LA[hl=gold]. .[/hl] 27
4. Seattle, WA[hl=gold]___ __[/hl] 06
5. Cleveland, OH[hl=gold]_.__[/hl] 04
6. Las Vegas, NV[hl=gold]__._[/hl] 02
Bank Value: 69
Up there, but still looking for that #3 answer. Can TEE get it?
Same (except maybe Cleveland and New Orleans) still I'm very glad we didn't get this question.
This is definitely a tough question. Over half the answers have surprised me.
Yay! I'm shocked Vegas was there - but that's great! WTG RX!
Good luck TEE!
If you could say what type of music is associated with these places, that would be nice
What kind of music does one associate with Las Vegas?
Wayne Newton and maybe some faux Elvis'?
I was wondering that, too. I guess Lounge Singers is a genre?
Nashville - would be country/western
Cleveland - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is there, so R&R I think?
New Orleans - jazz
Seattle - help me out here guys because I seldom listen to popular music
Las Vegas - lounge lizard tunes
Seattle would be for the whole grunge rock movement back in the early 90's. (You know, Curt Cobain, etc.) Nashville and New Orleans I understand. Vegas... that one's laughable, yet slightly understandable. And Cleveland... I'm lost on that one. I'll never in my life understand why the Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame is in Cleveland, OH. (Or why Cleveland's on this list.)
Oh, okay...I slightly recall the 90's but I didn't keep up with that genre of music.
Also, if I'm in Vegas it's not for the music.
Tim - did you had a bad experience in Cleveland?
According to my quickie online research, Cleveland is home to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame because they cashed the biggest check.
the next person to mock Cleveland gets their team hit with a stiff penalty. I'll unleash halibut on your banners!
Cleveland, for the record, hosted the first official Rock 'n' Roll concert. Ever. Hence, it's quite the fitting place to have the Hall of Fame and to associate with RnR!
Who was mocking Cleveland? That was Timmy! Not us *looks as innocent as possible*...
Someone is just a little defensive, I just saying...
I've had the Drew Carey show theme song stuck in my head for days now.
"Cleveland rocks! Cleveland rocks!"
Not a bad thing. I like the show....
You're thinking of Howard the Duck.
And I'll go with Onoto's explanation regarding the museum, since I'm drawing a blank on rock-and-roll legends that came out of Cleveland.
You probably weren't actually asking, but I went and looked... highlights of music groups from Cleveland...
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony (Hip-Hop)
Nine Inch Nails (alternative rock)
Dazz Band (funk)
Rocket from the Tombs (rock... I think...)
The Cars (rock)
The Rude Boys
Electric Eels (which is not to be confused with the Japanese band Electric Eel Shock)
Wow, I think I've heard of a couple of those. Thanks for looking that up!
Alright i had a couple on my mind but thought i would go with Minneapolis
C'mon, man. The Cars are a Boston group!
I didn't even know they were a US band.
It's a good thing I'm sitting out for this question.
According to Wikipedia, The Cars started to become a group at a party in Columbus, Ohio. But you're right... they did originate from Boston. Wonder why they were on the Cleveland page?
I guess the Land of Cleve is a bit short on rock bands they can call their own. So they steal ours.