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But in this case it was the late, great Prince himself who reportedly had a bad experience on MDMA, suddenly decided his own record was "evil" and paid Warner Bros. By that point, many promo copies were already in circulation. The LP was widely bootlegged. But that doesn't matter to rare-record hounds. The only thing cooler than having Zep's thunderous debut album in your crate of old vinyl is discovering it's a first U. How can you tell? On the album cover, set against the iconic picture of the Hindenburg disaster, the "Led Zeppelin" lettering and Atlantic Records logo are the color turquoise rather than the orange color found on all later editions.
What's it worth? Inthis record by legendary Delta bluesman Johnson fetched the highest price ever paid for a 78 slab on eBay. The seller, a South Carolina collector, acquired the record years earlier at an estate sale, but had no idea of its extreme rarity until seeing bids skyrocket on his eBay auction. However, according to Teftellerhis record was "in hammered condition," while this new disc is "beautiful.
Shame on you for doubting Olivia's collectability. If you like your horror punk rock pressed on limited-edition, pink-colored vinyl, this compilation album by Glenn Danzig and the gang is for you. Only sixteen copies of this second-pressing pink platter were made.
On the first pressing of the album, side one features composer Steiner's film score, while side two contains the complete dialogue from the movie's climactic courtroom scene.
A furious Wouk saw the latter as infringement on his intellectual property and threatened to forbid Columbia Pictures from ever making another movie based on his work unless the album was canceled. The studio obliged, but not before an estimated dozen copies landed in the hands of employees.
Every s new waver worth their Flock of Seagulls hairdo had this DM album back in the day. Yet precious few possess the record in its original U. The band withdrew the cover at the last minute, but a dozen copies survived. In the '90s, they were accidentally shipped to record stores as samples of a planned reissue of the album that was eventually scrapped. A few others have surfaced on eBay and commanded prices in the same ballpark. Before Andy Warhol created iconic "pop art" album covers for the likes of the Rolling Stones and Velvet Underground, he was a s' artist-for-hire inking cover illustrations for jazz and classical records.
Among those gigs was the cover art for this ultra-rare EP. Prior to more famous Who concept albums like "Tommy" and "Quadrophenia" there was this LP, presented as a s' British "pirate radio" broadcast filled with songs, fake commercials and mock public service announcements. The cover art — featuring Pete Townshend wielding a super-size stick of deodorant and Roger Daltrey in a bathtub full of Heinz baked beans — is worth the price of admission alone.
Released on the Track label, the first U. Behold what some collectors guess might be the world's most valuable record — an acetate grooved with the first songs ever recorded by John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison. In '58, before the Beatles, the band was named the Quarrymen. Along with pre-Ringo drummer Colin Hanton and pianist John Lowe, they laid down these two tracks an original tuneplus a Buddy Holly cover in a Liverpool studio.
After the songs were pressed to a single disc, the studio master tape was erased. Pianist Lowe was in LP of the record until when he tried to auction it.
One side of the LP is just Bob Dylan and an acoustic guitar, while the other side finds him playing with an electric band. The disc kicks off with "Subterranean Homesick Blues," a wild stream-of-consciousness rock song that sounded unlike anything else Dylan had released. The folk purists howled but everybody else ate it up, and the song became his first Top 40 hit. The timing was right for such a move. Their patience would be further tested over the next few years, though a giant mainstream audience was beginning to come around to Dylan that more than made up for any defections by the old guard.
About 10 trillion words have been written about exactly what happened that day, not least about how Dylan seemed to walk away convinced the crowd had booed him. Undeterred, he went back into the studio just four days later to finish recording Highway 61 Revisited.
This time, the songs were bluesy and the lyrics were more surreal. Fueled by the massive success of "Like a Rolling Stone," the record flew off shelves and established Dylan as a true rock god. In a interview with PlayboyBob Dylan was asked if he hears songs in his head before he records them. It's metallic and bright gold, with whatever that conjures up. That's my particular sound. I haven't been able to succeed in getting it all the time. InDylan was succeeding in nearly everything that he tried.
He was playing some of the most amazing shows of his career, LP songs were flooding out of him almost faster than he could record them. The musicians at the session claim they cut it all in a single take at 4 a.
The album hit stores just weeks before Dylan's motorcycle crash. Bymany people had written off Bob Dylan as a Sixties wash-out.
Dylan had scored hits in the early s with "Forever Young" and "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," but his albums were pretty half-assed affairs.
Then came Blood on the Tracksa gut-wrenching account of the dissolution of his marriage. The common thread through all the songs is the pain that comes when love dies. While Dylan has made the wild claim that the songs were inspired by Chekhov short stories, Jakob Dylan knows the truth. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Newswire Powered by. Close the menu. Rolling Stone. To help keep your account secure, please Album) again. The use of 'bollocks' a term in British English that means both 'nonsense' and 'testicles' led to a police raid on a Virgin record store that stocked the record.
In the resulting court case, Virgin was successfully defended from obscenity charges by John Mortimer, now best known as the author of Rumpole of the Bailey. As he left the courtroom, the group's singer, Johnny Rotten, joyfully exclaimed to a reporter: "Great! Bollocks is legal.
It's a visualisation of the radio waves emitted by a pulsar; a neutron star that is created after a dying sun collapses in on itself. Sumnar found the image in the Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Science; Saville then reversed it from black-on-white to white-on-black and printed it on textured LP.
After all the bleak, moody aggression of seventies punk, many in the eighties were ready for the return of fun and glamour Duran Duran, a band from Birmingham, England, were among the leading lights of the New Romantic movement, which cleverly combined an art-school sensibility with the kind of pop-funk stylings a mainstream audience could actually dance to.
The cover design for their second studio album, Rio, pulls off the same trick. It was designed by Malcolm Garrett and illustrated by Patrick Nagelwho was known for celebrating the female form in a style that combined the Art Deco tradition with contemporary fashion designs. And with its controversial songs about war and conflict, like Sunday, Bloody Sunday, their third studio album could be considered the apex of their rebellious youth.
Rather than going the obvious route of picturing a battle scene, though, Irish graphic designer Steve Averill took the inspired decision to instead use a child, powerfully conveying the loss of innocence created by war. The boy staring intensely and unsettlingly at the camera is Peter Rowenthe brother of the artist Guggiwho is a friend of Bono's.
Rowen appeared on three U2 albums in total, and is now himself a professional photographer. He's even brought things full circle, by shooting U2 in concert. At a time when music was largely divided along genre and racial lines, three Jewish boys brought together rap and heavy rock in one album, without compromising on the raw, angry energy of either.
Designed by Steve Byram and illustrated by World B. And just in case you needed the irony spelling out, the plane's tail number, 3MTA3, spells "Eat Me" backwards.
Musically and lyrically, Public Enemy's third studio album remains one of the most inventive and ambitious rap albums of all time. From the biting social commentary of is a Joke, about the variance in police response times between black and white neighbourhoods, to the revolutionary rage of Fight the Power, this record changed the game and has arguably yet to be bettered. The cover design, too, is a classic.
Group leader Chuck D, who had himself studied graphic design at New York's Adelphi University, came up with the concept of two worlds a 'black' planet and Earth eclipsing. The group enlisted B. Johnsona NASA illustrator, to create the design, and the apocalyptic result is a fantastical commentary on the racial paranoia of white nationalism.
At the beginning of the s, it seemed like rock music was starting to go stale and repeat itself. Then came grunge, which brought everything back to its basics and acted like a big 'reset' button, just as punk had done two decades earlier. Nirvana's second album brought grunge into the mainstream, following the success of their number one hit Smells Like Teen Spirit. And its unusual cover was attention-grabbing to say the least. The dollar and fish hook were added later, Album). The child he shot was four-month-old Spencer Elden, the son of one of Weddle's friends.
He's now 27 and working as an artist in LA, while Weddle has continued to be an advertising photographer specialising in underwater work. Throughout the s, the divide between indie music and dance music couldn't have been more marked. Then came acid house, ecstasy, rave A major landmark in the resulting crossover was Primal Scream's third album, which brought together rock, psychedelia, dub, house and gospel in one glorious concoction.
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