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48 Band Brand Names Iconified for your Amusement

As you will no doubt notice, they are all in fact music bands, but I changed the title as in my eyes: bands are brands.

More fun and games, I like games and quizzes which leads conveniently to a plug for my Unevolved Brands.

That shameless plug out of the way, came across this neat brand guessing game on Coudal via TheHighDefinite via Cinismoilustrado

If you are struggling to work them out, it is pretty tricky, then head on over to TheHighDefinite for the answers.

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