Rolling Stones Trivial Pursuit
Start Me Up! It's Only Rock 'n Roll? but you'll like it in this Rolling Stones Collector's Edition of TRIVIAL PURSUIT. For the first time ever, one of the most legendary rock 'n roll bands teams up with America's favorite trivia game so fans of all ages can get some satisfaction by showing off all they know about The Rolling Stones. Over 2,000 questions from six categories cover the band's history, music, accomplishments and more. So get your friends and neighbors together for a game you'll want to play 'til the whip comes down!
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