Album Sleeves Quiz
Simple, 15 q on album sleeves. Pictures of album sleeves with a few clues flung in. See if you remember them, or dare I say it FORGOT, Shame on you! 15 Questions.
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The cover featured was the fourth album by which British band formed in 1971. The single taken from the album was "All I Want Is You" released in 1974, who are they?
As at 2013, ranked number 148 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time, what is the title of this Led Zeppelin album released in 1973?
Houses Of The Holy
In Through the Out Door
"Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake" was a 1968 concept album from which the single "Lazy Sunday" was taken. Who were the band regarded the UK's most successful psychedelic act before disbanding in 1969?
"Look Sharp" was the 1978 debut album shown in the picture clue. The single taken from it was "Is She Really Going Out with Him?" Which English musician do we have to thank for this album?
North American band "The Cars" in 1979 released the album shown in the picture. The artwork on the sleeve was very controversial at the time. What was the albums title?
My Best Friends Girl
Shake It Up
An album sleeeve that led to an investigation by Scotland Yard, "See Jungle! See Jungle! Go Join Your Gang Yeah, City All Over! Go Ape Crazy!" was which bands' second studio album released in 1981?
Siouxie and the Banshees
Bow Wow Wow
Don't be deceived by the album cover. Pictured is the seventh studio album released in 1981 by Texas razor dodging rockers "ZZ Top", what was its' title?
Emerson, Lake & Palmer released this, their fourth studio album in 1973. It featured such tracks as "Benny the Bouncer" and "Karn Evil 9". What was the title of the album?
Brain Salad Surgery
Pictures at an Exhibition
Formed in 1968 and one of the foremost bands of the "Canterbury Scene", my favourite band "Caravan" released this their fifth studio album in 1973. what was is' title?
For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night
Blind Dog at St. Dunstans
If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
In the Land of Grey and Pink
The cover shown here is a 2002 reissue cover of a "Rolling Stones" album that had been first released in 1968. The single taken from it was "Street Fighting Man". What is the album in question?
Released in 1967, the album sleeve pictured was the 2cd album by American band "The Doors". The sleeve shows circus performers who were touring NYC at the time. What was its' title?
Juggling with Fools
The Soft Parade
Waiting for the Sun
"Closer", the sleeve shown in the picture was the second and final album of the band in question. Released in 1980, two months after the suicide of their lead singer, who was it by?
The Armoury Show
Be Bop Deluxe
In 2008 "Viva LaVida or Death and All His Friends" was the fourth studio album released by which British alternative rock band?
Manic Street Preachers
The sleeve shown is the third album by American band "Sparks" released in 1974. Its' title is a pun on a song made famous by Rosemary Clooney. What was it called?
Kimono My House
Ah So! Fisticated Ladies
Probably the masters of the artistic album sleeve, Pink Floyd released this their fourteenth and final studio album in 1994. What is its' title?
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
The Final Cut
The Division Bell
Obscured by Clouds
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