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  • 2,000 questions with various degrees of difficulty
  • 334 Trivia Cards covering
  • Six categories covering 1960 to early 1990's
  • For 2+ players
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We will rock you with the Classic Rock Edition of Trivial Pursuit. For the first time ever, one of the most popular music genres is paired up with America's favorite trivia game so fans of all ages can get some satisfaction by showing off all they know about Classic Rock. With over 2,000 questions from six categories covering Classic Rock bands/artists, their history, music and more, there's enough trivia for fans of all levels.

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We will rock you with this Classic Rock Edition of Trivial Pursuit. For the first time ever, one of the most popular music genres is paired with America's favorite trivia game so fans of all Recommended for ages can get some satisfactions by showing off all they know about Classic Rock. With over 2,000 questions from six categories covering Classic Rock bands/artists, their history, music and more, there's enough trivia for fans of all levels. So get your gang together and rock on.

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Product Dimensions 10.5 x 3.5 x 10.5 inches
Item Weight 2.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B004Z6OV4G
Item model number TP080-000
Manufacturer recommended age 12 months - 5 years
Best Sellers Rank #276,301 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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3.9 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

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By Tim D. TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 9, 2013
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Most of these questions, at least the ones we got through in a couple games, are on pretty obscure facts that only big fan of the band in question might have a shot at answering.

We (4 classic rock fans age 40 - 56) sat down one evening and played two complete games of Classic Rock Trivial Pursuit. The consensus (my wife the one dissenting opinion, of course) of the players was that besides only knowing one in ten questions, none of us have ever thought of Marilyn Manson as "Classic Rock". I know I'm getting old, but Marilyn Mansion? Seriously? This is just one example that comes to mind, but there were many others like this one where everybody at the table gave bewildered looks as how some of the artists could be considered to be in the Classic Rock genre.

Another shortcoming of this game is how few cards there are and that with so many musicians to cover, the questions seem to center a lot on the Stones and a few other big-name bands.

The game IS the "real" Trivial Pursuit, just with a musical (I can't really call it Classic Rock) theme. My favorite thing about this version is the music themed board. I don't like playing a game that I'm only able to correctly answer a tiny percentage of the questions. I'm not that different from "Pavlov's dog"... I do need a little positive reinforcement for me to stay interested.

If music from the 70's on into the 2000's in some cases, that ranges from Folk to Industrial Rock is your style, or if you just like hearing obscure tidbits of information about said music industry, then maybe this game is for you. I found it tedious and probably will only play it again when my wife makes me (it was her Christmas present to me).
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I'll preface this by saying, I am a huge classic rock fan. So when I heard this game was coming out, I immediately got excited.

The first thing I noticed when playing this game is, the questions center around only several groups/bands. Most questions are either about the Rolling Stones, Beatles or Elton John. While all those artists are great, I feel like they could have encompassed more of the music world. Some of the questions don't even have to do with music as well, like who does Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler root for in soccer? How would you know that unless you love Sabbath or specifically Geezer Butler.

I wouldn't say the game is awful or anything close to that. It just seems to me with all the music available through the ages, they could have thrown in something for fans of "Punk", "Hair Metal", 'Thrash", or "grunge".
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This game is a real snoozer! Typical questions range from the Duh: "What alliterative female vocalist fronted Big Brother & The Holding Company?" to the Who Cares: "What English soccer team does former Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler ardently support--Manchester United, Aston Villa, or Tottenham Hotspur?" Also, there is only one small box of cards, and questions seem to keep coming back to the same bands. I could have thought of a million pieces of rock trivia that would have been more interesting than what this lame game picked.
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What can you say...It's "Trivial Pursuit"...So everyone already knows the concept and the rules. As far as the questions go, if you are a "Child of the 70's" (or 60's or 80's for that matter) and you are a music buff, you will find this version entertaining. I -wish- the set came with more than one box of cards, perhaps someday they will come out with a Ver 2.0 supplemental card set. We can only hope. Four Stars.
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My wife and I have 40+ years of previous radio/disk jockey careers between us, and even though a number of the questions are very easy we do find quite a few difficult and/or "I did not know that" worthy. There is only one sleeve of questions which is also kind of a bummer, but I would certainly recommend the game for fans of classic rock trivia.
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A nice addition to the TP universe. The questions are not for the faint of heart, but difficulty will depend greatly on your group's music listening habits. Playing speed rules (every correct answer wins a wedge), it took 77 cards for my partner and I to complete our first game. We both had all our wedges and were battling for the middle.

Mixing with other editions should provide some added fun.
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By Tom on January 13, 2013
While playing this game there are questions from a wide range of music, not just classic rock. Some of the questions asked brought back a lot of memories by remembering when some of the songs were written. Certainly makes for a good time.
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There are some difficult questions and some obscure answers. 4 people started playing, we teamed up an hour in, we each had 1 piece. the game was still very fun and we had a goodtime playing but it took a little under 3 hours to finish. perspective - all four of us like and are knowledgeable of music and have an affinity for classic rock
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