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The 50 Best Band Logos of All Time

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This isn't even the official Nirvana logo.

I don't even consider the face to be their logo, especially since I don't even think it appears on any of their albums.

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This is Nirvana's logo.

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My top 5:

1. Metallica

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2. The Rolling Stones

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3. Van Halen

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4. The Cure

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5. Megadeth

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Where is



It's in Illinois. Geez.

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A couple of relatively unknown bands from the 70's. I always thought their logos were kinda cool.

Angel was a label mate of KISS on Casablanca Records. They had a few decent tunes, but they couldn't seem to decide if they were pop, prog-rock, or hard rock. You can imagine the results. Frank Zappa wrote a song about Angel's lead guitarist, Punky Meadows.

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Starz had a really great debut album (produced by Jack Douglas of 70's Aersomith fame) but they were never able to recapture the raw, straight ahead rock sound of that first album. They stuck around for a few more albums but they never really went anywhere.

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  1. Van Halen

Phish

Boston

Metallica

Public Enemy

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This isn't even the official Nirvana logo.

I don't even consider the face to be their logo, especially since I don't even think it appears on any of their albums.

JK0wofJ.jpg

This is Nirvana's logo.

That, and the smiley is just all wrong

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Led Zeppelin's wordmark is my favourtie.

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