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  • ever buy an album solely based on the artwork?

    i do.   picked this one up, and glad i did.  

     

    dynamic duo

     

     

     

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    haha...."some cats in it for the women, we doin it for the sammiches"

    "I'm a roll guy, he's a bread guy, its all about the dynamics"

    http://circadianfrequency.bandcamp.com/
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    • BrentMpls
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      Excellent purchase


    • macadood
      macadood commented
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      usually when i'm at the record store i'll pick up a couple random records on a whim that are super cheap and look cool from teh album. but more importantly the cheap part. most of the time they turn out good!

  • #3

    I love that Jimmy and Wes album!

     

    I've bought plenty of albums soley based on the cover, and have rarely been disappointed. Here are a few that come to mind:

    LAGWAFIS

    PPU

    BJMSF

    OLEIDGBF

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    • Jerry_Lev
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      imbuedblue wrote:

       

      BJMSF

       


      I once tried to sell a copy of that Jack McDuff album on consignment at a lesbian-run bookstore, but a big dyke manager made me take it back. I'm glad I kept it.

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    As a kid in the 70s I would buy any record with artwork by Roger Dean.

    budgie squawk

     

     e&f

     

    fy

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    • #5
      used to, in the pre "everything is online" days where there were actual stores you could browse stuff in and it was really easy to find an album with little to no filler (for me this was the 90s). these days when albums are over $20 a pop in stores, the are more misses than hits and I can preview anything online, no.
      we could be dangerous: art, as a real threat

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