Question of the Day

Yesterday, we asked: Meat Loaf’s longtime collaborator, Jim Steinman, composed Bonnie Tyler’s biggest hit, “Total Eclipse of the Heart.” The song was also featured in a music scored by Steinman, which turned out to be one of Broadway’s most expensive flops. What was the name of the musical?

Answer: That was the “$12 million Broadway failure,” Dance of the Vampires (or “Tanz der Vampire,” as the original German language version is named).

Congrats to…Caroline Fatchett, who was first to tweet the correct answer.

Your question of the day for today is…On Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” album, the demented laughter you hear on “Speak to Me” and “Brain Damage” came from the band’s road manager and sound engineer. Name him—and his famous daughter.

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