Are these eye-catching details from Seventies albums or movie posters?

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The Seventies truly was a decade of pure imagination, with some of the boldest entries in pop culture history first breaking out.

Here, we've mixed up iconic Seventies albums with colorful posters from hit movies of the same decade. See if you're groovy enough to figure out which is which. Good luck!
  1. Is this art from a Seventies album cover or movie poster?
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Are these eye-catching details from Seventies albums or movie posters?

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32 Comments

Tresix 6 days ago
9/10, missed #9. I definitely should know #7 as that’s my favorite movie. I’ve seen “Chinatown” on the big screen enough to have seen that poster up close.
WILD 33 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
You're clearly way in sync with the Seventies!

Missed #9 - I hate Jazz. However I know The Destroyer album cover by Ken Kelly Anywhere. I own it on CD.
bubbasmith 33 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
You're clearly way in sync with the Seventies!
DonS 61 months ago
12/12. The Chinatown poster was the only tricky one.
EllisClevenger 61 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
You're clearly way in sync with the Seventies!
Missed #8.
By the way.
Didn't I see the front cover of #3 before? I think my friends Stewie and Brian had it. Stewie had nightmares.
Tresix 62 months ago
10/10. The one that kind of gave me trouble was the Miles Davis cover. I thought I had seen it before, but I don't remember the image shown here.
Brownthunder 62 months ago
9/10 all were common sense guesses lol
Barry22 62 months ago
10/10, two of my all-time favorite albums here, Boston and Bitches Brew.
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