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Professing your unwavering fandom for a particular rock act usually involves endless karaoke tributes, a brief and misguided hairstyle change and a framed, slightly torn concert poster, given pride of place in your home.

Hoping to update this final cliché, the immensely talented Viktor Hertz has created a set of pictogram posters which symbolise classic songs from legendary acts.

Hertz is trying to fund the printing of the posters with your help so if you want to see them in your flat, as well as the flats of many other people then click here to donate.

For now, see if you can identify each of the songs he's brought to life. Full marks gets nothing.

Buy Viktor's stuff, right here

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