Discussion in 'Can I Play with Madness?' started by Forostar, Sep 30, 2009.
You said it.
I thought it was more Barney than Nelson.
Good call, it does look more like Barney, and now I'm wondering why I said Nelson at all...
I have to say I'm undecided on this one...
Good album though.
Really most black/death metal bands, but this one is my favorite from Sukkuba, a terrible band from Russia.
What would their mothers think?!
I think the scratchy, painted-by-a-possessed-asylum-inmate naivety makes this cover quite sinister.
I'm probably one of the few that genuinely like 80's hair metal fashion, but come on... Having the artist/band on the cover was never a good idea. The Dokken-logo is, however, still cool - and the album itself is first rate.
Wait a minute, that first one is beyond crappy. And I actually think the Weezer one is kinda cool... Reminds me of the Norwegian film Trolljegeren.
I can't believe this one hasn't been mentioned yet
Whenever I want to re-experience the horror of the 90's in a post-Communist country, here's Brucie to help. And he usually has such nice covers...
Also this (technically NSFW):
I think most of the Tankard covers are more tasteful. Or whatever.
Do you see cover or lyrics as the connection? Because, lyrically, Skunkworks reminds me more. Songs like Inertia...
The cover. That sh*tty picture with terrible lightning and even worse Photoshop which always reminds me of the early 90's Czech posters, album covers, promo photographs... whatever... It's not that we are that far away from that nowadays, though, you can still meet cca one man in thirty who proudly wears mullet, but still...
That cover is a beautiful piece of artwork. Nothing Commie about it.
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