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Storm Thorgerson, Graphic Designer, Ten Of His Amazing Album Designs – Led Zeppelin, ‘Houses of The Holy’ – [Photos]

Led Zeppelin, ‘Houses of the Holy’, Wikipedia

‘Houses of the Holy’ is the 5th studio album by  Led Zeppelin (English rock band), released in  March 1973by Atlantic Records.

‘Houses of the Holy’ LP, Wikipedia

Little known fact is that there were really only two children on the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland that day.

One of them became the well-known BBC presenter and food expert Stefan Gates.

Below is the actual Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland:

Giant’s Causeway Ireland, Wikipedia

 

 

 

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