Album Cover Art

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stevie_r

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From your collection, your most iconic album cover, ones with personnel meaning or just a thing of beauty. Only one pic per post please guys until everyone has had a crack and then we can come out with more. Cue the Iron Maiden guys :whistle:

For me it's:

 
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My favourite album as a kid and the first I have a true memory of. The cover opened out and had dance moves. I remember putting it on to play by myself when I was about 8 and dancing around the living room. Parent were raging because it was about 7am. I know his name has been tarnished but doesn't change the fact that this was a brilliant album.
 

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This. Loved it the minute I heard it, still love them today, incredible live too and there are 3 songs on the album which really do relate to times in my life.

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There's a couple of Whitesnake ones from my teens that seemed to have a bit of an "effect" on me I seem to remember ... ;)
 

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My first thoughts were the "The trooper" by Iron Maiden, the album cover of "American heartbeat" which spawned a love of that type of music (Reo speedwagon, Journey, Toto, Survivor etc), Nirvana's "Nevermind" was another one,as was Johnny Cash's "at San Quentin" but settled with this:-



Legendary.
 
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This group had some pretty spectacular album art. Growing up I used to go through my older brothers vinyl collection and this is a group that he particularly loved.

Anyone recognise it?


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My first thoughts were the "The trooper" by Iron Maiden, the album cover of "American heartbeat" which spawned a love of that type of music (Reo speedwagon, Journey, Toto, Survivor etc), Nirvana's "Nevermind" was another one,as was Johnny Cash's "at San Quentin" but settled with this:-



dont think a picture of a mans arse would be on my favs :ears: even if it is boring Bruce:rolleyes: :rofl:






Legendary.
dont think a pic of a mans arse would be my fav :ears: even if it is boring Bruce


cant beat some Hendrix
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