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David Deal has written a fantastic piece on the history on the cover to Led Zeppelin's fifth studio album, Houses Of The Holy. This article has been posted to a very Jimmy Page-flavored title of a blog, Superhype.
The story of this astonishing design begins in 1972, when Led Zeppelin, at the height of its creative powers, commissioned the Hipgnosis team, led by Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell, to design the cover for the band’s new album. Led Zeppelin had already recorded a diverse body of songs for the new LP, ranging from the soaring “Song Remains the Same” to the quiet, romantic “Rain Song.”
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