Can you remember your favorite musician's debut album?

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A debut album is a tricky thing. As a musician, you only get one opportunity to make a first album, and the artists in this quiz really did it right. Today, we're giving you the name of a musical artist/band and seeing if you can remember what the title of their debut album was called!

  1. What is the name of Nirvana's debut album?
  2. What is the name of Whitney Houston's debut album?
  3. What is the name of Pink Floyd's debut album?
  4. What is the name of Elvis Presley's debut album?
  5. What is the name of The Doors' debut album?
  6. What is the name of The Sex Pistols' debut album?
  7. What is the name of Led Zeppelin's debut album?
  8. What is the name of The Beatles' debut album?
  9. What is the name of The Band's debut album?
  10. What is the name of The Jimi Hendrix Experience's debut album?

Can you remember your favorite musician's debut album?

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49 Comments

CrumblyCrunchies 14 days ago
But first...have you ever been experienced?
KellyO 5 months ago
8/10. Never got the Beatles and don’t know The Band.
MeTvEr 5 months ago
I missed the Elvis one and Nirvana. I never liked Nirvana.
obectionoverruled 5 months ago
You album lovers can thank Capitol Records producers and Frank Sinatra for pioneering the concept. Virtually all his studio output was produced thematically and released in albums that emphasized subjects like downbeat gloom, the moon, world travel, upbeat jazz, old song revivals, you name it. All of the subsequent pop and rock album stuff that followed and even today owes its existence to Sinatra, his producers and band leaders and the honchos at Capitol, among whom was the great songwriter Johnny Mercer.
FLETCH 5 months ago
10 out of 10

I love me my rock 'n roll!!
cperrynaples 5 months ago
9/10! Missed 1 because Nevermind was the FIRST major release! I'm assuming Bleach was independent! And 8 was only first in England! The American debut was either Meet The Beatles or Introducing The Beatles, depending on which label the record store sold! Bonus from me: What was Elvis Costello's first record and who was his backup band? Hint: It WASN'T The Attractions!
BrittReid cperrynaples 5 months ago
My Aim Is True. Clover
cperrynaples BrittReid 5 months ago
Yep, and their lead singer was Huey Lewis who later formed The News!
Bapa1 cperrynaples 5 months ago
Won that album from a radio station in Gainesville FL while I was in college. Along with a 'My Aim is True' dartboard. Which we completely destroyed. Good album, though.
Kramden62 5 months ago
7/10. Missed 1, 3, and 4.

I thought "Meet the Beatles" was their first album, but then I had to remember their pre-Capitol days. I think "Please Please Me" was on Vee Jay here in the States under another title (but still licensed by EMI, which eventually led the Beatles to Capitol here in the U.S.).
cperrynaples Kramden62 5 months ago
I believe that was Introducing The Beatles and it had a different song mix!
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cperrynaples daDoctah 5 months ago
Yep, Paul actually counted "one, two, three, four" and did so on many songs! John would sometimes the counting!
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JayBurd 5 months ago
5 of 10 and to make it worse I missed Jimi's question.....what a dork
cperrynaples JayBurd 5 months ago
Well, guess you WEREN'T experienced...LOL!
Ratt1959 5 months ago
8 of 10, guessed on the first three, and had no clue on the last two.
Big3Fan 5 months ago
❎🎙🎙❎🎙🎙🎙🎙❎🎙I knew numbers three, five. seven and ten, but guessed the rest. 🎸🥁🎹
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