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What is the coolest album cover you have ever seen?

Carabosse 18 41.7k 270 England
8 Dec 2008 7:39PM

Quote:Thanks for ruining my evening.

Aww...... not a fan then? Sad

Who could forget the magic of this song ?

StrayCat 17 19.1k 3 Canada
8 Dec 2008 8:38PM
Meatloaf: Bat out of Hell, or has somebody already done that.
Strobe 14 1.3k United States
8 Dec 2008 8:59PM
My best cover was always the Asia album Asia link

Followed by Black Sabbath's album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath link
Big Bri 20 16.7k United Kingdom
8 Dec 2008 9:04PM
Whitesnake - Come an' get it
or Slide it In
or Lovehunter

take yer pick
Munro 13 45 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2008 7:48PM
Without question it has to be the original album sleeve for Electric Ladyland.
I don't think it is even available on CD with the original artwork.
dwilkin 15 24.3k United Kingdom
9 Dec 2008 10:02PM
Would that be this image? (CAUTION: NSFW! You have been warned! Wink)
Paul Morgan 20 19.5k 6 England
9 Dec 2008 10:32PM
The Bow Wow Wow album cover.
Paree 16 616 3
10 Dec 2008 9:13AM
lots of fabulous album covers in the late 60's early 70's when I was working in the record industry,
jimmy Hendrix electric lady land was something very racy at the time, (sorry cant do the blue linkie thing)

but the strangest name has to be
donut in grannies green house by the bonzo dog do da band
cant remember what the cover looked like.

can any one p.m. me with simple instruction how to do the blue link pleeease
Geoffphoto 15 13.5k United Kingdom
10 Dec 2008 9:54AM
You mean this one Smile
JohnParminter 14 1.3k 14 England
10 Dec 2008 12:01PM
Most inspiring album cover is this for me, an iconic album of the early 70's.
The back sleeve is even better with this guy overlooking a mystical landscape, can't find the picture though.
Paree 16 616 3
10 Dec 2008 4:44PM

Quote:You mean this one[/quot
]wow thanks Jeff i certainly don't remember the cover, but then it was a long time ago, and isn't there something about not being able to remember the 60's ha ha
so then how do you make the blue linkie thing

Big Bri 20 16.7k United Kingdom
10 Dec 2008 5:28PM
Some favourites from my childhood:

Judas Priest - British Steel
AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Rainbow - Rising
Scorpions - Blackout
Saxon - Wheels of Steel
Iron Maiden - all of them, but specially The Number of The Beast

(can anyone spot a theme here ?) Wink

Black Sabbath - Heaven and Hell
Deep Purple - In Rock
Led Zep - House of the Holy
Genesis - Duke
Def Leppard - Pyromania
Kiss - Destroyer
Aerosmith - Pump
UFO - Force It
StrayCat 17 19.1k 3 Canada
10 Dec 2008 7:49PM
Jees, I was already middle-aged then. I wouldn't want to post any from my childhood. Actually, I was in my twenties before I got my first album; we never had a record player, just an old radio, guitar, and accordion.
edsephiroth 15 169 9 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2008 1:11PM
Can't believe no-one's mentioned "Never Mind The B*****ks" (shouldn't have to censor that as the court case reagrding the album title was final and ruled that it wasn't a rude word anyway, but, on the side of caution...!).
The most perfect example of iconography in simplicity ever.
erika1963 11 4
17 Jan 2010 8:55AM
no no!! its abbey road!!


erika Wink

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