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Identify the fictional film bands

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In the current issue of ShortList magazine, we gave you a list of band names from films. It may come as a shock to you, but some things in films aren't actually real, and these bands are no exception. For those of you who didn't see the mag, we've given you the quiz first and stuck the answers on the second page. Although the picture does rather give one of them away.

The Pinheads

Soggy Bottom Boys

The Wonders

Wyld Stallyns

Sexual Chocolate

The Weird Sisters

Stillwater

The Folksmen

Free World

Fig’rin D’an and the Modal Nodes

The answers are here

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