Music Trivia: Name That Title Track
by Staff
The title track might not be the most famous song on an album, but these tunes clearly have their own significance. Take our quiz to see how much you know about some of the greatest title tracks in music history.

The title track to this 1984 Prince album clocked in at eight minutes -- after it was cut down from its original running time.

  • "Purple Rain"
  • "When Doves Dry"
  • "Crystal Ball"

What '95 Oasis album featured some of the band's biggest hits, including a modestly successful title track?

  • "Live Forever"
  • "Definitely Maybe"
  • "(What's the Story) Morning Glory?"

Which Simon and Garfunkel title track stayed at No. 1 on the Billboard charts for 14 weeks in 1965?

  • "The Sound of Silence"
  • "Mrs. Robinson"
  • "Bridge Over Troubled Water"

Which band released the song and album "Wish You Were Here" in 1975?

  • The Clash
  • Rolling Stones
  • Pink Floyd

What 1980 title track featured the lyric, "Phony Beatlemania has bitten the dust"?

  • "Another Brick in the Wall"
  • "London Calling"
  • "Call Me"

Motown founder Berry Gordy was not a fan of this 1971 Marvin Gaye title track:

  • "What's Going On"
  • "I Heard It Through the Grapevine"
  • "Let's Get it On"

Bruce Springsteen spent six months perfecting this 1975 title track:

  • "Born to Run"
  • "Born in the U.S.A."
  • "The River"

What title track was also the title of the Beatles' second feature film?

  • "A Hard Day's Night"
  • "Yellow Submarine"
  • "Help!"

What 1988 album and title track helped bring gangsta rap into the mainstream?

  • "The Chronic"
  • "Me Against the World"
  • "Straight Outta Compton"

Michael Jackson waited a full year after releasing this album to bring out its title track as a single.

  • "Thriller"
  • "Bad"
  • "Black or White"