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The Hooded Determine on ‘Led Zeppelin IV’ Is Not a ‘Lord of the Rings’ Character

Led Zeppelin unveiled their fourth studio album in November 1971. The album is commonly acknowledged as Led Zeppelin IV. Soon after the album was unveiled in 1971, some Led Zeppelin followers speculated that a figure on the inside of the album’s go over is a reference to The Lord of the Rings. Nevertheless, the figure in concern is basically a tarot reference.

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Led Zeppelin referenced ‘Lord of the Rings’ in a song called ‘Ramble On’

Right before releasing their fourth studio album, Led Zeppelin customers Robert Plant, Jimmy Site, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham were acknowledged as The Lord of the Rings supporters.

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