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Band Name Origins

How did Def Leppard come up with their name? Shouldn't it be spelled "Deaf Leopard"? Well, the band's lead singer came up with "Deaf Leopard" as a youngster, and modified it to look more like the name "Led Zeppelin". You get the picture? In this quiz we'll look at the origin of some other band names- from the 1960's and 70's. I'll give you certain clues, maybe an audio clip, and you're on your way! Give it a try.
 
14 Questions, Average difficulty
Played 903 times
Rating - (4.75 of 5.00), 16 vote(s)
Written by Gilligan
Posted Online: Sep 23, 2007
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