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    @ Paul - yes indeedy! If not just because it cost more than it made... the die cut release anyway.
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    • CommentTimeMay 15th 2008 edited
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    The Faith rock too, you know!
    the faith side of the faith void split

    One of the best albums ever.
    Omega Sessions

    If you don't know who this is, go die or something.
    The king of rock and roll


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    fred

    lane
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    From my favorite band:
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      CommentAuthorturing
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2008
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    It's just a single, but it's still my favourite cover ever:
    The Day the World Went Away

    Apparently this is an old photo of a statue that fell in that pose after an earthquake:
    The Edges of Twilight

    I always liked Mr. Bungle's "Disco Volante" artwork:
    Disco Volante

    I always thought this picture from the liner notes of Garbage's first CD should have been the front cover rather than the boring pink big letter G thing they went with:
    Bleargh!
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      CommentAuthorturing
    • CommentTimeMay 18th 2008
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    And of course:

    Windowlicker
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    @ Frenchbloke, since you nabbed my favourite of all time (Meet The Residents):

    liars

    liars2

    liars3

    liars4
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    GRAF ORLOCK- destination time tomorrow, the cd version is vaccuum bagged, with a cardboard face hugger around the cd. the cd is the back of a kids head.

    the ten inch version has this on the front


    and a pop up chest burster when you open the gatefold. radness!
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      CommentAuthorLazarus99
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2008
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    @joe.distort
    It may be the angle, but that last picture kinda looks like something else...

    Anyhoo...
    This is actually the back cover of Frenzal Rhomb's "Coughing Up a Storm". It lists all of the ideas for album names they came up with while brainstorming. I hope you can read some. I particulary like "Reindeer Keep Falling on My Head".

    And here's another...
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    Andrew W.K.


    Angel Dust


    King Crimson
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      CommentAuthorAlastair
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2008
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    gotta love andrew wk.... gotta
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    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    <img src="http://www.thecomicbookshop.net/pics/matt/raw power.jpg" alt="Iggy & the Stooges Raw Power" />
    <img src="http://www.thecomicbookshop.net/pics/matt/trex.jpg" alt="T.Rex Electric Warrior" />
    <img src="http://www.thecomicbookshop.net/pics/matt/plasmatics.jpg" alt="" />
    Although I don't really like their music, I've always been fond of this Ween cover:

    <img src="http://www.thecomicbookshop.net/pics/matt/ween.jpg" alt="" />
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    most guys are, surprise!
    (im not mocking, those are some fine breasts.)

    oh, and i know that orlock pop up looks pretty phallic. its been pointed out
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    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2008
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    @ turing

    Good call on Windowlicker, although the Come to Daddy cover has always made me a little uneasy.



    I loved Mr. Bungle as a kid. Before I found metal.



    Speaking of metal, the "banned" cover for Meshuggah's Obzen

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      CommentAuthorTim Bishop
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2008
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    Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen


    Gentlemen, by the Afghan Whigs. I just imagine the little guy's thinking, "What does this shrew want from me? I've given her the best years of my life and I'm only nine years old! Things were so much simpler when I was seven."