TRIVIAL PURSUITS: What band used a picture of the Hindenburg disaster on its debut album?

May 6, 2014 – What band used a picture of the Hindenburg disaster on its debut album?
By PS

Answer: Led Zeppelin

The Hindenburg was one of the German rigid airships known as “zeppelins” after the last name of innovator, Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin.

According to tradition, Led Zeppelin got its name from a comment by another musician—reportedly, Keith Moon of The Who—that the band “would go down like a lead balloon.” “Balloon” was retold as “zeppelin,” and “lead” was changed to “led” to avoid mispronunciation.

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