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On its release, Until One received generally mixed reviews from most music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 54, based on 6 reviews, which indicates "mixed or average reviews".
Until Now is the second studio album by Swedish house music supergroup Swedish House Mafia.The album was released on 22 October 2012 to mixed reviews by music critics who praised its singles and the rework of Coldplay's "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall", but deemed the record to be more suited for live play than home listening.
Intended as pop art satire, the artwork quickly became one of the world’s first controversial album covers. While the album (quickly rehoused in an inoffensive replacement sleeve) topped the ...
Taylor Swift’s fifth studio album 1989 was a departure for the singer, so it only makes sense that the cover broke with tradition as well. Shaped as a Polaroid photo from the era, Swift’s face ...
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"Danse Macabre" (Celtic Frost cover) 1:10: 10. "Black Metal" (Venom cover) 3:00: 11. "Procreation of the Wicked" (Celtic Frost cover) 2:40: 12. "Welcome to Hell" (Venom cover) 3:46: Total length: 48:30
But as the Black Keys' songs often recall music of the past, that cover is extremely evocative of the cover of blues legend Howlin' Wolf's 1969 LP The Howlin' Wolf Album. That one had black text on a white background (as opposed to the Black Keys' mostly white on black) and read, "This is Howlin' Wolf's new album.
The cover of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon is one of the most celebrated pieces of album artwork and commercial art ever created. The design, created by Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell of the London-based photography and design collective Hipgnosis (with help from George Hardie), has been printed on the packaging of over 50 million recordings, and some suggest more than a billion people have laid eyes upon it.
The album cover became way better known than the concert poster ever could, and many of the band’s fans do not know the cover’s origin. Here is the album cover in all its glory. Conklin continued to make posters for Bill Grahams concerts until May 1969, at which point they had a dispute over financial matters and parted ways.