He was towards the bottom of the bill, but he wouldn't be there for long as this album, and the accompanying cover - arguably the world's first tangible image of a rock 'n' roll star - propelled him to immortality. Perfectly in harmony, and utterly British. Artist: Van Halen Album: Designer: Pete Angelus, Richard Seireeni, David Jellison, Margo Zafer Nahas A very naughty baby angel, with a mischievous look and cig in hand. Singaporean band found in my late father's collection. We did get some negativity about that cover -- some people said it was anti-feminist. The lemons that are featured on the sleeve refer to the fruit that was used as an antidote to tear gas.
Do not be alarmed — the application is just trying to save you time. The cover was no less confrontational, featuring a photo taken by Associated Press correspondent Malcolm Browne of a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, Thích Quảng Đức, burning himself to death in Saigon in 1963, protesting against the Vietnamese administration's oppression of the Buddhist religion. Once you see it, it's quite disturbing. Album Art Downloader will now pop up three separate search windows in parallel. Each album should reside in its own subfolder, and the files should all have correct metadata so that Album Art Downloader knows what to search for. The 'photoshoot' was apparently spontaneous, and featured photographer Colin Lane's then-girlfriend, who had just come out of the shower, and a glove that had been left in their apartment by a stylist. Promotion applies to order total before shipping, taxes, and duties.
He and Yorke - under the Tchock alias he uses when making art — were also inspired by a photograph of the war in Kosovo, which ended in 1999. Its job is to help you find the cover art for one single album, using a myriad of sources. Many interpreted it to be a visual response to the criminalisation of raves in 1994. Once your library is all neat, move on to the next step. Either way it's an extremely memorable, and cool, cover image. The one on the the right of the front cover you can see, the left side of her face has been altered on the bigger picture.
An alternative title for this droodle was 'Mother Pyramid Feeding Her Baby'. Originally the cover was designed for a single called Purgatory so Riggs opted for a heaven and hell design, which the band liked so much that they used it for the album. Lol It seems strange that they were mentioned as being genuine herpes ridden prostitutes, but then I guess it's not unlike journalists to fabricate a bit of a dramatic back story, to spice the story up somewhat instead of it being 'just models'. The illustrated cover looked agrarian and peaceful at first glance, but on closer inspection revealed trees shaped like spikes, arranged in a pattern evocative of barbed wire. The rise of digital music threatens one of the greatest canvasses of art seen in the 20th Century - the record sleeve.
We've picked 50 of the coolest album designs ever created; get these up on your wall as well as on your turntable. The record itself displays four symbols, or runes: one for each band member. Instead of any words, the cover features a painting singer Robert Plant found in an antiques ship in Reading. They have the power to invoke, inspire, intrigue and fascinate. Utterly unforgettable and utterly cool.
Whereas the art for Please and Actually was stark minimalism, on Introspective he - ironically, given the title - opted for a bold and attention-grabbing set of columns, which looked stunning in its original 12 inch form. Sometimes, even more so: legend has it that the cover of New Order's Blue Monday was so expensive to make that their label lost money on every copy sold. Well, it's as cool as you want it to be. The cover to their landmark album perfectly encapsulated what they were about, the group encircling the listener, as you stare down the barrel of a gun held by Eazy-E. Title Writer s Lead vocals Length 6.
The Clash went one better by d smashing a bass. Such is the incredible power, beauty and, well, Grace of Jones' body that it's eminently believable that it is a real body position - but it is in fact anatomically impossible. The album was mixed and released in both and. Inspired by the 1930s Modernist movement, particularly El Lissitzky, the strict red and black colour scheme, arrangement of the band members in quasi-robotic fashion and translation of the title into various languages all adds up to a seriously cool album cover. I only met one of them, but they were the real thing.
A simple pleasure that sadly will probably be gone in a few years time when the last of the record shops close, but which Shadow understood entirely. Unfortunately there's no place to put them anywhere on Discogs because they were used at random and usually shouldn't be uploaded with a release, unless they had some kind of a unique identifier sometimes an overprinted or stamped catalog. What's on those basalt columns? One of them includes an interview excerpt about the cover. I'm not seeing it whatever it is, the veil is distorting the features slightly but that's what veils do. We did get some negativity about that cover -- some people said it was anti-feminist. The tin opened to reveal the record along with a poster consisting of five interconnected paper circles, each one bearing the image of a band member. The cover style has been echoed over the years by everyone from Tom Waits to Chumbawamba.
Using twin inspirations of Floyd's live light show and a triangle - a symbol of thought and ambition - he created this cover and a piece of musical and art history. One of my first records back when there was no internet and i bought records just by the cover, this was just amazing! Artist: Björk Album: Designer: Alexander McQueen Björk has always looked to push the envelope musically, and that adventurousness has also extended into her approach to album art. He certainly did the job. The hair alone weighed 10 kilos - sometimes one has to literally suffer for their art. Karl Marx, Marlon Brando and Marilyn Monroe made the final cut, Hitler, Ghandhi and Jesus didn't Hitler deemed too controversial, Jesus was too soon after Lennon's claim that the band were bigger than the Son of God and Ghandhi was removed to ensure release in India.
The monochrome image of the ultimate punk pioneers would be replicated by countless young hopefuls over the coming years, and immortalise Johnny, Tommy, Joey and Dee Dee forever. Epic, haunting music and production, and an equally haunting cover photograph of an unborn foetus taken by Daniel and Geo Fuchs. Get your 2019 Blues Artwork Calendar with Featuring 23 classic Pre-War Blues songs from such artists as: Charley Patton, William Harris, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Blake, Memphis Minnie, Raymond Barrow, The Beale Street Sheiks, Lottie Kimbrough and more!! As a Queen-collector I have to bring this sleeve to attention: The Australian single sleeve of 'Princes Of The Universe' titlesong of the movie Highlander is regarded as one of the nicest Queen single sleeves among Queen fans. Proof that Rock 'n' roll can corrupt anyone or anything. The Cure — Disintegration: Paul Thompson and Andy Vella had designed all of The Cure's artwork until this point, but for 'Disintegration' Robert Smith was thinking of using someone new.