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February 18, - Russell Westbrook. It's a testament to the lasting impression of this street-crossing photo that hundreds of fans re-create it every day outside Abbey Road Studios. There's even a webcam live feed of the attraction. Another notable fact: It's the first Beatles cover that doesn't feature the band's name or album title.
This iconic Andy Warhol banana picture with "peel slowly and see" instructions is a great cover on its own, but the original version actually included a peel-off sticker revealing a flesh-colored banana beneath.
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Copied to clipboard. Click to copy. Young Thug, 'Jeffery' Few rappers played more convincingly or compellingly with either identity or gender over the course of the s as Young Thug. Janet Jackson, 'Rhythm Nation ' Eschewing a friendly, fun image more conducive to '80s pop chart success, Janet Jackson adopted a militaristic tone for her instantly iconic black-and-white Rhythm Nation cover art.
Whitney Houston, 'Whitney Houston' Although he's best worst? Nicki Minaj, 'The Pinkprint' Nicki Minaj has always embraced her inner weirdo, extending her limbs on the cover of her debut album Pink Friday and splashing her face with paint for its sequel.
No Doubt, 'Tragic Kingdom' In the wake of Seattle grunge and rise of rap, No Doubt arrived in the mainstream crosshairs with the ska-inflected Tragic Kingdom , an album equal parts sheen and punk-lite ferocity. Johnny Cash, 'American IV: The Man Comes Around' This black-and-white cover is made all the more heartbreaking given that this was Cash's final album before he died less than a year after its release. Joni Mitchell, 'Hejira' Joni Mitchell's streak of classics continued with the folk-jazz album Hejira , which boasted her best artwork.
Metallica, 'Master of Puppets' Unlike metal bands concerned with Satan and the occult, Metallica commented on real-life evil with their masterful Master of Puppets album cover.
The Slits, 'Cut' Though technically, yes, it's an image of three topless women caked in mud, there's nothing remotely sexualized about this album cover. Bruce Springsteen, 'Born in the U. Janis Joplin, 'Pearl' Janis Joplin's final album, released after her death at age 27, features one of the era's most iconic images. David Bowie, 'Aladdin Sane' While this isn't the album that introduced the world to Bowie's space-man alter ego, when music fans think of Ziggy Stardust, this is the image they see.
Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late The title of Drake's "mixtape" certainly proved apt, as the unexpected release kicked off one of his most commercially dominant years of the s, cementing him as a superstar on the level of any other contemporary top 40 idol. Judas Priest, 'British Steel' One of metal's most iconic album covers, Judas Priest's British Steel -- depicting a hand emerging from studded leather holding a razor blade -- is also one of its most fascinating.
Santana, 'Abraxas' Taken from a Mati Klarwein painting he also did the cover for Miles Davis' Bitches Brew , the cover for Santana's Abraxas album is a gorgeously surreal psychedelic feast for the eyes. The Clash, 'London Calling' The London Calling cover simultaneously pays tribute to Elvis Presley while also blowing up his version of rock n' roll. Blink, 'Enema of the State' For the cover of their mainstream breakthrough LP, Blink enlisted adult actress Janine Lindemulder to put a highly suggestive -- and literal -- spin on the album title.
Confrontational, exciting, joyful, disturbing and timely, it was as provocative and evocative a cover as one of the best rap albums of the last decade could ask for. Hole, 'Live Through This' The most iconic grunge album cover after Nirvana's Nevermind , Hole's Live Through This depicts a sobbing beauty queen with mascara running down her face. The Beatles, 'Sgt. Elvis Presley, 'Elvis Presley' Elvis knew what a killer combo green and neon pink were some 20 years before the Clash copped the cover style for London Calling.
Nirvana, 'Nevermind' One of the most recognizable album covers of all time features an underwater naked baby reaching for a dollar bill on a string. Led Zeppelin, 'Led Zeppelin' Somehow the image of a burning airship erupting into flames just moments before plummeting to the ground and claiming dozens of lives is the perfect visual introduction to Led Zeppelin's debut masterpiece. You're one of a kind. Thank God you're mine. You're the closest to heaven that I'll ever be and I don't wanna go home right now.
I'll be the rainbow after the tears are gone, wrap you in my colors and keep you warm. Ease my troubles, that's what you do. You're the only one that I want. Think I'm addicted to your light.
Now, I find myself wanting to marry you, and take you home From the moment I knew, from the moment I knew. How could so much love be inside of you? Whatever you want to do is all right with me Please put down your hands, 'cause I see you Nobody can deny that there's something there God only knows what I'd be without you. Never before has someone been more unforgettable. There's nowhere unless you're there
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