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Not sure! What's the album and who's the band?
Released in November 1975, Queen's fourth studio album had tucked away on it a little number you may have come across called Bohemian Rhapsody. Also on there - You're My Best Friend.
But can you guess the title and artist just from this little bit of it...?
Sir Elton's snappily titled opus was already his ninth studio album. Lyric writer Bernie Taupin was the cowboy so presumably Elton's the other one.
...as it's the chap on the right who's the main man here. It's a solo artist and an iconic song title...and that's all you're getting.
The Boss's great sing-a-long track about leaving New Jersey...
It's no surprise this artist made it across the Pond as he was well known for Sailing.
Rod's sixth solo album included 'This Old Heart Of Mine' and "I Don't Want To Talk About It' as well as 'Sailing'
A bright sun-shade in an industrial waste-land...
Widely hailed as one of the best albums of the year, this was prog rock band Supertramp's fourth album
From a band well known for their rather racy album designs..
First track on this offering was the Roxy anthem 'Love Is The Drug'
The male owner went under a female name...
It's the shy and retiring Mr Alice Cooper with his eighth studio album, released in March 1975
Can't be too many of those adorning album covers...
A highly successful album which spawned three hit singles - One of These Nights, Lyin' Eyes, and Take It To The Limit
Who owns this bling?
As well as the title track, Fame also came out of this album - Bowie's ninth.