Make an '80s Playlist and We'll Guess Which Truck You Own!

By: Teresa M.

Make an '80s Playlist and We'll Guess Which Truck You Own!
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About This Quiz

You love your truck. You love '80s music! Let's put them together and see if we can figure out what kind of truck you own based solely on an '80s playlist you make yourself! We'll guide you down the musical highway, but it's up to you to choose the songs you like the most! By the time you've finished, we'll know what you park in your garage! 

The 1980s were a magical decade for music: innovative new instruments and artists were coming out in droves. With everything from rock 'n' roll to new wave, the '80s offered up some of the catchiest and most memorable songs ever recorded! By telling us what sort of '80s songs you would have blaring out of your speakers at any given time, we'll learn a lot about your tastes for things other than music, like trucks! It might sound like an impossible feat, but music always gives away more about the listener than it does about the artist!

From Devo to Bon Jovi, the way the playlist ends up sounding is up to you. Once you've built a playlist worthy of a road trip, we'll guess the kind of truck you own! Ready to rock?

Which Bon Jovi song would make your list?
"Bad Medicine."
"I'll Be There For You."
I don't care for Bon Jovi.
"Runaway."

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Which band would get more than one song on your playlist?
U2.
Duran Duran.
Motley Crue.
Def Leppard.

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Which Michael Jackson song would you add?
"Thriller."
"Billie Jean."
"Beat It."
"The Girl is Mine."

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Which one-hit wonder would you put your list?
"Beds are Burning" by Midnight Oil.
"Tuff Enough" by The Fabulous Thunderbirds.
"Lean on Me" by Club Nouveau.
"Tainted Love" by Soft Cell.

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What kind of '80s music would get the most playtime?
Rock.
Pop.
Country.
Metal.

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Would you add any Cyndi Lauper to your playlist?
That's too girlie for me!
I think "Time After Time" is a great song.
"True Colors" is awesome!
I prefer other '80s women.

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Which Guns 'n' Roses song might make your playlist?
"Sweet Child O' Mine."
"Welcome to the Jungle."
"Mr. Brownstone."
"Patience."

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Which Prince song would you add?
"When Doves Cry."
"Purple Rain."
Prince isn't really my cup of tea.
"Little Red Corvette."

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Which Poison song makes you want to rock?
"Talk Dirty to Me."
"Nothing but a Good Time."
"Unskinny Bop."
"Fallen Angel."

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Which Madonna song would you put on your list?
Madonna is not my thing.
"Holiday."
"Get Into the Groove."
"Papa Don't Preach."

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Do you prefer Boy George or George Michael?
I prefer George Jones.
I don't like either of them.
They are both okay.
I don't know their music.

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Which '80s country song would you put on your list?
"Islands in the Stream" by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton.
"Swinging" by The Judds.
"The Dance" by Garth Brooks.
"Always on My Mind" by Willie Nelson.

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Which Depeche Mode song is most likely to make your list?
"Never Let Me Down Again."
"Just Can't Get Enough."
"People Are People."
I'm not familiar with Depeche Mode.

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Which Motley Crue song makes you want to party?
"Home Sweet Home."
"Wild Side."
"Same Ol' Situation."
"Shout at the Devil."

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Which Van Halen song is a playlist must have?
"Jump."
"Hot for Teacher."
"Pretty Woman."
"Love Walks In."

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Which '80s dance song would you add?
"Super Freak" by Rick James.
"You Spin Me Round" by Dead or Alive.
"The Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats.
"Push It" by Salt-n-Pepa.

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Which '80s hip-hop song has the best groove?
"Me, Myself, and I" by De La Soul.
"Fight For Your Right" by The Beastie Boys.
"It's Like That" by Run DMC.
"It Takes Two" by Rob Base.

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Which '80s Metallica song would go on your playlist?
"Seek and Destroy."
"Master of Puppets."
"For Whom the Bell Tolls."
"Fade to Black."

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Which '80s song would never make your playlist?
"Mickey" by Toni Basil.
"Puttin' on the Ritz" by Taco.
"Just Like Heaven" by The Cure.
"Heaven" by Bryan Adams.

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Which '80s pop song would be towards the end of your list?
"Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler.
"Down Under" by Men at Work.
"Every Breath You Take" by The Police.
"Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield.

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Which INXS song would make your list?
"Need You Tonight."
"New Sensation."
"Devil Inside."
"Never Tear Us Apart."

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Which British '80s band would have a spot on your playlist?
The Smiths.
New Order.
Tears for Fears.
Culture Club.

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Which R.E.M. song would you think about adding?
"It's the End of the World as We Know It."
"Driver 8."
"The One I Love."
"Orange Crush."

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Which '80s love song would get a slot?
"All Out of Love" by Air Supply.
"Feels Like the First Time" by Journey.
"Endless Love" by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross.
"Cherish" by Kool & The Gang.

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Which '80s boy band might be on your playlist?
New Kids on the Block.
I don't remember any of them.
I wouldn't add one.
New Edition.

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Which Phil Collins song would you consider for your playlist?
"In The Air Tonight."
"Sussudio."
"One More Night."
"You Can't Hurry Love."

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Which U2 song might make it on a playlist?
"With or Without You."
"Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."
I don't like U2.
"Sunday Bloody Sunday."

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Which Def Leppard song do you like most?
"Photograph."
"Pour Some Sugar On Me."
"Animal."
"Hysteria."

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Which of The Go-Go's songs would you add?
"Our Lips Are Sealed."
"We Got The Beat."
"Vacation."
I don't know their music.

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Which '80s prom song would you add?
"True" by Spandau Ballet.
"Take My Breath Away" by Berlin.
"I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston.
I don't have the patience for prom songs.

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