This week, it's a musical trip through time. The answer to each of our questions contains the name of a year (such as "1492" or "1776"). Sometimes the abbreviations for the years are used (such as '76).
1. Perennial Fourth of July favorite by Tchaikovsky
2. The Bee Gees' first hit
3. Peter Nero's only pop hit, from 1971
4. Four Seasons hit from early 1976
5. The highest-charting hit of Paul Davis' career
6."I got my first real six-string, bought it at the five and dime"
7. Dickie Goodman break-in record that featured King Faisal as a character
8. Smashing Pumpkins hit from 1996
9. Van Halen's last album with David Lee Roth
10. Closing track to Paul McCartney's "Band on the Run" album
11. "Should we talk about the weather?" asked Michael Stipe on this REM hit
12. Song Elton John sang at Princess Diana's funeral
13. That Prince song
14. "Rock The Casbah" was sampled in this Will Smith hit
15. The movie that featured Richard Strauss' "Also Sprach Zarathustra"
16. Rush's 1976 breakthrough concept album
17. A futuristic nightmare from one-hit wonders Zager and Evans
Bonus: My all-time favorite TV show, that featured embarassing performances from Steve Alaimo, Paul Anka, Hoyt Axton, The Beau Brummels, Dick Contino, Little Richard, Mel Torme, and Mary Wells, among other music stars