G Foxboro Hot Tubs is the garage rock side project of the band X, which includes all the members of X plus Kevin Preston of Prima Donna. Their first album Stop Drop and Roll!!! was released on April 22, 2008. The band is currently used by X to book „secret shows‟. While performing as the Foxboro Hot Tubs, the band performs most of Stop Drop and Roll!!! and X "covers”. When asked about the Hot Tubs, the lead singer of X stated “The only similarity between Foxboro Hot Tubs and X is that we are the same band”. Id X
E X initially wrote fan fiction under the pen name "Snowqueens Icedragon.” X described her breakthrough trilogy of books as - "my midlife crisis, writ large. All my fantasies in there, and thats it.“ X was also named one of "The Worlds 100 Most Influential People” in 2012 by Time magazine.
N The song „Emosanal Attyachar‟ from the movie Dev .D featured the brass band „Patna ke Presleys‟. The two singers were BandMaster Rangeela and BandMaster Rasila. If BandMaster Rasila was Nitin Chainpuri, the associate director of the movie, who was BandMaster Rangeela ?
E In the movie Rock On, Farhan Akhtar‟s character says “We never broke up, we just took a 14-year long break”. This is a direct reference to the band X, whose lead singer spoke the same lines when their band reunited and performed together after a gap of 14 years. Id X.
S Reviewing this film for The Times of India, Khalid Mohammed wrote : “REJOICE. Indias answer to Quentin Tarantino is here”, where he was comparing the impact made by the director of the film to QT. It is one of the rare movies which have got a 5-star rating from Khalid Mohammed. Which 1998 film are we talking about ?
IThis picture shows a torturedevice used in the medievalages.What is its connection tomusic?
Answer Iron Maiden The band got its name when Steve Harris learned about the torture device after watching a movie adaptation of The Man In The Iron Mask.
S The James Bond super-villain Blofeld served as an inspiration for this famous bald villain, who operates from a remote island outside India equipped with modern gadgets. (One of Kulbhushan Kharbanda‟s most iconic roles).