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Who Sang It: Björk, Tori Amos, Or PJ Harvey?

The hardest quiz fans of these Alt-Rock Queens could ever take!

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  1. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
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    It's Björk!

    These lyrics come from "Cover Me."

    It's Björk!
    Annie Leibovitz/Rolling Stone
  2. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
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    It's PJ Harvey!

    These lyrics come from "Down By The Water." This song was PJ's mainstream breakthrough in the U.S. and it references the American folk song "Salty Dog Blues."

    It's PJ Harvey!
    Anton Corbijn
  3. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
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    It's Tori Amos!

    These lyrics come from "Etienne," the second part of "The Etienne Trilogy."

    It's Tori Amos!
    David LaChapelle/Rolling Stone
  4. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
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    It's Tori Amos!

    These lyrics come from "Hey Jupiter."

    It's Tori Amos!
    David LaChapelle/Rolling Stone
  5. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
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    It's PJ Harvey!

    These lyrics come from the B-side, "The Bay."

    It's PJ Harvey!
    Anton Corbijn
  6. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
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    It's Björk!

    These lyrics come from the B-side, "Sweet Intuition." This song is a re-worked version of the original demo of "Bedtime Story," which Björk wrote for Madonna. It was later remixed and became "Sweet Sweet Intuition," and used as a B-side for "It's Oh So Quiet."

    It's Björk!
    Annie Leibovitz/Rolling Stone
  7. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
    Correct
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    It's Tori Amos!

    These lyrics come from the B-side, "Tombigbee." This song was featured on the web project "Scarlet's Web," and later on the Scarlet's Hidden Treasures EP.

    It's Tori Amos!
    David LaChapelle/Rolling Stone
  8. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Incorrect
    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    It's Björk!

    These lyrics come from "Play Dead." This song was recorded for the film The Young Americans and then placed on the re-release of Debut.

    It's Björk!
    Annie Leibovitz/Rolling Stone
  9. John Stoddart/Q magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    It's PJ Harvey!

    These lyrics come from the B-side, "66 Promises." The A-side to this song is "Good Fortune," one of PJ's biggest hits in the UK.

    It's PJ Harvey!
    Anton Corbijn
  10. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    It's PJ Harvey!

    These lyrics come from "The Desperate Kingdom of Love."

    It's PJ Harvey!
    Anton Corbijn
  11. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    It's Tori Amos!

    These lyrics come from the B-side, "Mary." This song was later re-worked and placed on two compilation albums.

    It's Tori Amos!
    David LaChapelle/Rolling Stone
  12. John Stoddart/Q Magazine / Via youtube.com
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    Björk
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    Tori Amos
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    PJ Harvey
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    It's Björk!

    These lyrics come from "The Dull Flame of Desire."

    It's Björk!
    Annie Leibovitz/Rolling Stone
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