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Identify the fictional film bands - answers

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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 (Back to the Future)

Soggy Bottom Boys (Oh Brother Where Art Thou?)

The Wonders (That Thing You Do)

Wyld Stallyns (Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure)

Sexual Chocolate (Coming to America)

The Weird Sisters (Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire)

Stillwater (Almost Famous)

The Folksmen (A Mighty Wind)

Free World (8 Mile)

Fig’rin D’an and the Modal Nodes (Star Wars: A New Hope)

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