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Despite the stingy prizing (most answers won you around £40) and the shameful noughties update, we miss Catchphrase.

As far as we know, it didn't make it over to Sweden but we'd still like to thank Viktor Hertz for giving us an unintentional updated spin on the classic concept.

After his genius movie posters, which we tried out on Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, he's now given us some pictogrammed music posters.

Taking on 10 classic songs, his handiwork gives us smart yet simplistic icons to convey the title. For a challenge, try scrolling down slowly and guessing each one before you get to the title. Go on. Do it.

You can see more if his work here.

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