Top 10 Bands Who's Members Look the SameParasN2000
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I actually kinda agree with this list. But for the Beatles I can tell which is which, but of course, you have to be a fan to know which is which. But what if you don't like them and you can name which is which?... I don't know then haha. And the only one I really disagree with is Led Zeppelin. It's simple! Robert has golden luscious hair, Jimmy has the long black hair that covers his face most of the time, John Paul has the brownish blackish short hair, and John Bonham has a mustache. Simple! And as for The Rolling Stones, I can tell the difference between Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, and Mick Taylor. That's about it. I am a fan though. - MontyPython
It's only the haircuts in the early years, the special styling they came up with as a first image to the world. The style supposedly originated with another early member of an early version of the group, Stuart Sutcliffe and his girlfriend Astrid Kutchner who's given credit for the idea. The story is found in a movie Backbeat. This was before Ringo joined, the drummer was Pete Best. Klaus Voorman, who did a little backup work for George and others on bass I think from time to time was another close friend in the origin days in Germany.
Soon after the explosion to the mainstream, the Invasion and dominance, each of the four evolved in their distinct styles and looks, pretty hard to confuse. By the time they broke up, I can't see any real similarity apart from being male and dark hair, but some people may not know which is which. Hard to imagine though. - Billyv
I'm a huge fan and still have trouble. It doesn't help that a lot of their photographs are in black and white. - PetSounds
For the longest time, they ALL WORE THE SAME MASKS AND CLOTHING.
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2. The Jackson Five
3. The Rolling Stones