Follow the directions and all this week's answers will include some version of the word "West."
1. The Pet Shop Boys' first U.S. hit, from 1985
2. Village People song (later recorded by the Pet Shop Boys) based on Pachelbel's Canon in D
3. They had a hit with "King of Wishful Thinking" that always fools me into thinking it was by Chicago
4. Ray Charles' 1962 album that includes "Hey Good Lookin'" and "You Don't Know Me"
5. 1965 Rolling Stones song that makes fun of record company employees
6. Puccini opera set during the California Gold Rush
7. John Mellencamp song in which "this loud Cuban band is crucifying John Lennon"
8. Leonard Bernstein's update of Romeo and Juliet set amongst Puerto Rican and American gang kids in New York City
9. Name of the Grateful Dead's "Wharf Rat"
10. "Gold Digger" and "Love Lockdown""Yo Becky, I'm really happy for you and I'mma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time. One of the best videos of all time."
11. Music festival that takes place every spring in Austin, Texas
12. "California knows how to party..." no, not the 2Pac song, the original
13. Will Smith, Escape Club, and Kool Moe Dee have all recorded songs with this title
14. A 1958 hit for The Olympics that reflects a TV craze of the time
15. Guitarist and vocalist for Mountain
16. Five Americans song in which the vocalists imitate Morse code
17. Female country singer who recorded "What Are We Doin' in Love" with Kenny Rogers
Bonus: "Looking for a chateau, twenty-one rooms but one will do"