Can you guess the band by the fruits and vegetables from their album art?

Tutti frutti, woo!

Fruits and vegetables made their way onto some iconic record covers from the 1950s through the 1980s. Here, we've pulled some of our favorite pop history produce to see if you can tell a band by the fruits and veggies used in their album art.

Scroll through the images below and see if you can match each banana, apple, potato, tomato, eggplant, radishes, berries and more to the correct band. Hope you can vitamin C your way through this one! Good luck!
  1. This might be the most famous banana in music history, but do you know which band used it on their debut album cover?
  2. When these famous rockers founded their own label, they used this apple logo:
  3. On this rocker's second album, he made the natural choice to cover it in these strawberries:
  4. For this band's fifth studio album, the band literally gave themselves a potato shape and wore "Spud Rings" around their necks:
  5. The "magical fruit" made for a memorable album cover for these rockers on their third album:
  6. You can't always get what you want, but these rockers did put cherries atop the unusual cake on their 1969 hit record:
  7. "Eat a Peach" is the name of this album from which 1970s rockers?
  8. The "Best Of" collection released right after this band broke up in 1969 was covered in veggies and looked more like a cover of a gardening book:
  9. A waitress holds a glass of O.J. high overhead in this famous record cover from this British band's bestselling album:
  10. A drummer smashes a tomato with his sticks on the cover of this band's last album featuring their original singer:

Can you guess the band by the fruits and vegetables from their album art?

Your Result...

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rhindle 26 months ago
#1 - Don't include images of the artists in the photo if that's what we're supposed to be guessing.
#2 - 'Tormato' was, indeed, the last album featuring Yes' original singer...until two albums later, when he returned for their biggest album ever, '90125'...and then did eight more before leaving again.
EllisClevenger 49 months ago
You got 6 out of 10
It appears some of these were strange fruits and vegetables to you?
Dave 61 months ago
I got 10 out of 10. I remember almost all of these albums!
JeffTanner 61 months ago
''You got 6 out of 10'' ------------It appears some of these were strange fruits and vegetables to you? Yes they were.
harlow1313 61 months ago
Nice to see the Velvet Underground here, for those of us with slightly loosened screws.
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Barry22 harlow1313 61 months ago
What did someone once say? "Only a thousand people bought Velvet Underground albums, but everyone of them started a band."
Barry22 61 months ago
10/10, some great albums here.
cperrynaples 61 months ago
10/10! isn't it interesting that a guy like Little Richard would record a song called Tutti Frutti? Freudian slip perhaps...LOL!!
Lucyneenah19701 61 months ago
3 out of 10. I don't listen to most of these bands. I had forgotten about Yes. They were popular in the 80's.
Amalthea Lucyneenah19701 61 months ago
They also had some of the greatest songs from the '70s. As a matter of fact, I'll take their '70s stuff over their '80s any day.
Barry22 Amalthea 61 months ago
So would I, The Yes Album, Fragile, Close To The Edge and YesSongs.
Dave Barry22 61 months ago
The '70s stuff from Yes is the best, but their album "90125" from early 1984 is great.
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