Still more of the worst album covers ever

29 Responses to Still more of the worst album covers ever

  1. Katja_137 says:

    Awesome! I wonder if the Seekers’ album cover was to give them “cred” in the UK – after all, there aren’t many castles in Australia that I’m aware of!

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  2. ktz2 says:

    Mrs Mills looks like she knows a thing or two about parties, you can tell because everybody’s wearing dopey hats. . . ha

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  3. Patrick Wolf or Fabio: it’s a toss-up who makes my heart beat faster…

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  4. I can’t stop laughing! Thanks for the post.

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  5. Herb says:

    I had that Brother Dave Gardner album. It was pretty funny.

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  6. I don’t know who should be locked up, the photographers or the artists? Maybe both.

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  7. Corrie.S.P. says:

    My favorite is Captain Sky.

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  8. irontomflint says:

    Brother Dave Gardner was funny as hell back in the day!

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  9. John Holton says:

    The yodeling whistler? No. Just no.

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  10. Oh, my! Just when I thought it was safe to sleep without the lights on…😳

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  11. Yvonne says:

    But, just listen to Ferrante & Teicher perform for you. (and you, and you) 🙂

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  12. Gregoryno6 says:

    You never forget your first worst.

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  13. V.M.Sang says:

    There are some truly awful ones here, Bob. Brother Dave Gardiner looks as if his head belongs to someone else. It’s too big for the suit.

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  14. egorr says:

    I swallowed hard and examined ALL the album covers to make darn sure I didn’t have any, and it looks like I dodged another bullet!

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  15. Widdershins says:

    Ah, the fashionistas of the 70’s! 😀 … how can you whistle and yodel at the same time though?

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  16. Imlac says:

    Fabio was definitely the scariest

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  17. ibikenyc says:

    The Que Locura album made me think immediately of Blood Sweat & Tears’ “Child is Father to the Man.”

    (BST did it first: 1968 vs 1973.)

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  18. dreadheadjay says:

    They do look a little silly.

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