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Old 08-08-05, 08:18 PM
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The Top 10 Sexiest Album Covers.....

....Sugar Ray!?!?! I'm really surprised....now people might seek it out and will know what they sounded like when they were good!!!

http://www.bullz-eye.com/cdreviews/f...bum_covers.htm
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Old 08-08-05, 08:52 PM
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That Sugar Ray cd cover has always been hot. Nicole Eggert in her prime =
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What? No love for Herb Albert?

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Just because the music industry has been allowed to get away with more and more in recent years doesn't mean current albums are any more sexy than in previous decades. This list is pretty biased. The Herb Alpert (not "Albert") album mentioned above is a good example. Another would be the albums of Martin Denny. Thanks to acquiring my mom's album collection, I actually own three of these:

http://tralfaz-archives.com/coverart/D/denny/denny.html

The only albums I agree with from the list in the first post are Blink 182 and Liz Phair.

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Liz Phair should win just because she's the only one on their own cd cover.
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I call biased Pop bullshit.

How could they leave out KISS: LOVE GUN with all the busty dames writhing in sexual ecstacy at KISS' boots? I mean come on, back in the day that was a friggin hot as cover. Especially if you were ayoung boy back in the 70's.
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Those are decent covers, but no Type O?


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Old 08-09-05, 08:55 AM
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Old 08-09-05, 11:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Giantrobo
I call biased Pop bullshit.

How could they leave out KISS: LOVE GUN with all the busty dames writhing in sexual ecstacy at KISS' boots? I mean come on, back in the day that was a friggin hot as cover. Especially if you were ayoung boy back in the 70's.
You know what? I perused my cd's/albums, and was actually considering naming that one in my previous post. Love Gun was one of those visuals that helped the pre-pubescent version of my current self appreciate the female form (and that's all I'm going to say without being sent to Adult ).
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Originally Posted by The_Infidel
You know what? I perused my cd's/albums, and was actually considering naming that one in my previous post. Love Gun was one of those visuals that helped the pre-pubescent version of my current self appreciate the female form (and that's all I'm going to say without being sent to Adult ).
Maybe, but there are also four men in high heels, tights, makeup with their chests hanging out of their tights. Kinda neutralizes the sexy factor for me.
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NIGEL: Well so what? What’s wrong with being sexy? I mean there’s no....
IAN: Sex-ist.
DAVID: -ist. More than sexy.
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Originally Posted by Michael Corvin
Maybe, but there are also four men in high heels, tights, makeup with their chests hanging out of their tights. Kinda neutralizes the sexy factor for me.




Did you catch "Hte Gay"? You could actually see the men in the background past the all the babes on the steps? My young eyes were always fixed on the boobage. Like I said, for many of us growing up in the '70's, that cover gave us some of the earliest memories concerning big tits and what seemed like girl on girl action.

BTW, I was always a huge fan of the 1st Type O Negative cover you posted.

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Did you catch "Hte Gay"? You could actually see the men in the background past the all the babes on the steps? My young eyes were always fixed on the boobage. Like I said, for many of us growing up in the '70's, that cover gave us some of the earliest memories concerning big tits and what seemed like girl on girl action.

BTW, I was always a huge fan of the 1st Type O Negative cover you posted.
Second that, I have the Love Gun framed mirror in my computer room. :-)
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I was quite the fan of that roxy music cover
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oddly enough I've never noticed the women on the KISS cover.
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oddly enough I've never noticed the women on the KISS cover.
No feet huh?
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Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland! Holy shit, this isn't on the list? I'm talking about the original inside cover, of course; not the neutered pic they used for the remaster.
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This one really does it for me:



Or its alternate LE cover:

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Originally Posted by Giantrobo
No feet huh?

HA!

I like everything. I'm just trying to help those in need with my thread.
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I would add these to the list.





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Old 08-10-05, 11:25 AM
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I've always loved this one.

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As a kid I always liked Roxy Music-Country Life and Cars-Candy-O cover album cover.
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