The greatest album cover

The greatest album cover

Some of the music, the most famous band is known for their creative artwork. Often this extends to his album cover. The most memorable and iconic album covers are a great album that music can change the cooling element in a transcendent one. Some of the greatest album cover most basic. Andy Warhol’s Velvet Underground and Nico designed from the outside, when the artist associated with a banana band. Now they do. Here’s your chance to vote for the best album cover of all time.

1The Dark Side of the Moon

Dark of the Moon by English progressive rock band Pink Floyd, the eighth built on the ideas in the recording studio and live shows in early 1973. The album the band released in March, but the expansion following their work feature the main character lacks excursion departure … more

Artist: Pink Floyd
Release Date: 1973
Producer: Pink Floyd
Tracks: Time, Any Colour You Like, Speak to Me / Breathe, Brain Damage, Eclipse, + more
Length (mins): 00:42:57
Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Psychedelic rock, Hard rock, Experimental rock, Art rock, + more

2 Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles English rock band’s eighth studio album. On 1 June 1967, it was an immediate commercial and critical success in the United Kingdom States.more top albums chart and spent 27 weeks 15 weeks at number one


  • Artist: The Beatles
  • Release Date: 1967
  • Tracks: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (reprise), Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Within You Without You, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, With a Little Help From My Friends, + more
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Psychedelic rock, Rock music, Pop music, Art rock, + more

3  Abbey Road

English rock band The Beatles Abbey Road, in the United Kingdom in October 1969 and released on 26 September 1, 1969 is the eleventh studio album. For the last four Beatles albums, which were part of the recording session. Although Let It Be was the last album … more

Artist: The Beatles
Release Date: 1969
Producer: George Martin
Tracks: Here Comes the Sun, Oh! Darling, Because, You Never Give Me Your Money, Sun King, + more
Length (mins): 00:47:27
Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Rock music, Pop music, Blues-rock, Hard rock, + more

4  Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin is the first studio album by English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was recorded at Olympic Studios in London in October 1968 and January 1969, Atlantic released in the UK on March 12 and 31 records. Featuring contributions from each of the more unbreakable …

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Release Date: 1969
Tracks: Babe I’m Gonna Leave You, You Shook Me, How Many More Times, Your Time Is Gonna Come, Dazed and Confused, + more
Label: Atlantic Records
Genres (Music): Psychedelic rock, Heavy metal, Blues-rock, Hard rock, Folk rock

5   Revolver

Revolver is the seventh studio album by the English rock band The Beatles. In the United Kingdom in 1966 and was released on August 5, three days later. 1965 marked the release of their album Rubber Soul and grow Innovation Studio, signaling the arrival of the band as a … more

Artist: The Beatles
Release Date: 1966
Producer: George Martin
Tracks: Yellow Submarine, Taxman, She Said She Said, Good Day Sunshine, Tomorrow Never Knows, + more
Label: Capitol Records
Genres (Music): Psychedelic rock, Rock music, Hard rock, Pop rock

6   Tomorrow Is Yesterday

Artist: The Arcana
Release Date: July 2016
Producer: The Arcana
Tracks: 01 Despair 02 Something’s Coming Down 03 Fool Me 04 Fallen Bird 05 Ghostwriter 06 Mr. Potts’ Discovery 07 The Game 08 Tomorrow is Yesterday 09 Sometimes 10 Looking Out For You 11 To Be Free 12 Flying High
Length (mins): 38:42
Label: DSo Records

Genres (Music): Pop/rock Baroque pop/rock

7   Wish You Were Here

Even if you have performed throughout Europe, the group’s performance of English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, the ninth studio material released in September 1975. Inspired by album, I wish you many here in London Abbey Road studios the sessions were recorded. Singing some of the songs … more

Artist: Pink Floyd
Release Date: 1975
Tracks: Wish You Were Here, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts VI–IX, Welcome to the Machine, Have a Cigar, + more
Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Concept album

8   London Calling

London Calling Clash English punk bands third studio album by the rock. January, 1980 by Epic Records released in the UK on December 14, 1979 by CBS Records, and was in the United States. London Calling is a post-punk album that includes a range of genres, including punk, … more

Artist: The Clash
Release Date: 1979
Tracks: Brand New Cadillac, Rudie Can’t Fail, Lost in the Supermarket, The Card Cheat, Clampdown, + more
Label: Epic Records
Genres (Music): Rock music, Pop music, New Wave, Jazz, Rock and roll, + more

9  Aqualung

Aqualung fourth studio album by the rock band Jethro is averted. Released in 1971, the Aqualung, the band’s displeasure, “featuring a religious theme of the difference between God” is regarded as a concept album. Album “Dour faith and thinking in religion” has been one marked as “… more

Artist: Jethro Tull
Release Date: 1971
Tracks: Wond’ring Aloud, Cheap Day Return, My God, Hymn 43, Slipstream, + more
Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Hard rock, Folk rock

10  Houses of the Holy

28 March 1973. Released by Atlantic Records before the house is their first album of original material fully, British rock band Led Zeppelin’s fifth studio album, by, and that was in the band, a music that represents a turning point for the songs on the record with more layering and … more

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Release Date: 1973
Producer: Jimmy Page
Tracks: The Ocean, The Crunge, The Rain Song, D’yer Mak’er, The Song Remains the Same, + more
Length (mins): 00:40:56
Label: Atlantic Records
Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Heavy metal, Blues-rock, Hard rock, Folk rock, + more

11  Nevermind

No American rock band Nirvana, September 24, 1991. Produced by Butch Vig released second studio album, there was not the group’s first release on DGC Records. Drawing influence frontman Kurt Cobain, to try to make music out of Seattle Grunge scene restrictive limitations … more

Artist: Nirvana
Release Date: 1991
Tracks: Breed, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Something in the Way, Drain You, Polly, + more
Genres (Music): Alternative rock, Punk rock, Grunge

12  In the Court of the Crimson King

Crimson King arrived at the court on 10 October 1969. British album chart at number five is the first studio album by British rock group King Crimson, and the US, where it reached # 28 on Billboard certified gold 200. There is generally seen as a … more

Artist: King Crimson
Release Date: 1969
Tracks: 21st Century Schizoid Man (including Mirrors), Moonchild (including The Dream and The Illusion), Epitaph (including March for No Reason and Tomorrow and Tomorrow), I Talk to the Wind, The Court of the Crimson King (including The Return of the Fire Witch and The Dance of the Puppets)
Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Psychedelic rock, Hard rock, Jazz fusion, Experimental rock, + more

13  Who’s Next

Who English rock band written by fifth studio album, released on 14 August 1971. The original chief songwriter Pete Townshend is lying in a failed multi-media rock opera called Lifehouse later. The album was commercially and critically successful, and the group by just a … more

Artist: The Who
Release Date: 1971
Tracks: Behind Blue Eyes, Bargain, The Song Is Over, Baba O’Riley, My Wife, + more
Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Rock music, Hard rock

14  The Velvet Underground & Nico

Velvet Underground and Nico is the debut album by American rock band Velvet Underground and vocal collaborator Nico. It was released in March 1967 by the original records of The Verve. Andy Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable recorded in 1966 during the visit of the multimedia event, the Velvet Underground and Nico … more

Artist: Nico, The Velvet Underground
Release Date: 1967
Producer: Andy Warhol, Tom Wilson
Tracks: There She Goes Again, I’ll Be Your Mirror, Run Run Run, Femme Fatale, I’m Waiting for the Man, + more
Length (mins): 00:48:59
Genres (Music): Psychedelic rock, Rock music, Drone music, Dream pop, Garage rock, + more

15   Sticky Fingers

Sticky Fingers is the first release on the band’s debut album and the band’s 1970s newly formed label in the ninth and 11th British American studio album Rolling Stone, April 1971. by the English rock band, Decca Records after Rolling Stones, has been contracting since 1963 with … more

Artist: The Rolling Stones
Release Date: 1971
Producer: Jimmy Miller
Tracks: You Gotta Move, Bitch, Dead Flowers, Sway, Moonlight Mile, + more
Length (mins): 00:46:26
Genres (Music): Rock music, Blues-rock, Hard rock, Rock and roll, Roots rock, + more

16  Black Sabbath

English rock band Black Sabbath Black Sabbath’s eponymous debut studio album by. In June 1970 to 13 February 1970 in the UK and in the US on 1 album on the Billboard albums chart and number 23 on the UK charts at number reached eight. Although it was poorly received satisfactory … more

Artist: Black Sabbath
Release Date: 1970
Tracks: Evil Woman, Don’t Play Your Games With Me, N.I.B., Behind the Wall of Sleep, Warning, + more
Length (mins): 00:38:16
Genres (Music): Heavy metal, Blues-rock, Hard rock

17  Led Zeppelin IV

Usually referred to as Led Zeppelin IV called by the English rock band Led Zeppelin titled fourth studio album, was released on November 8, 1971 Atlantic Records. Produced by guitarist Jimmy Page, who at several points between December 1970 and March 1971, was recorded the most important …

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Release Date: 1971
Producer: Jimmy Page
Tracks: Black Dog, Going to California, When the Levee Breaks, Rock and Roll, Misty Mountain Hop, + more
Length (mins): 00:42:39
Label: Atlantic Records
Genres (Music): Heavy metal, Blues-rock, Hard rock, Folk rock, Rock and roll, + more

18  Candy-O

Kyndy- O is the second studio album by American rock band cars. It was released on Elektra Records in 1979. Top 20 hit “Let’s Go” and the minor hit “It can all” feature, album Billboard Hot 100.more 15 places better charting, cross commercial success of its predecessor

Artist: The Cars
Release Date: 1979
Producer: Roy Thomas Baker
Tracks: Night Spots, Double Life, Lust for Kicks, Shoo Be Doo, Got a Lot on My Head, + more
Length (mins): 00:36:33
Genres (Music): Rock music, New Wave, Pop rock

19  Aladdin Sane

Aladdin Sane 1973. These developments increase and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and released by RCA Records in follow-up to the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie’s sixth album, the first album he wrote and as the bona fide rock star. The NME editors Roy Carr and Charles Murray shaar … more

Artist: David Bowie
Release Date: 1973
Tracks: Lady Grinning Soul, Drive-In Saturday, The Prettiest Star, Let’s Spend the Night Together, Aladdin Sane (1913–1938–197?), + more
Label: RCA Records
Genres (Music): Rock music, Hard rock, Glam rock

20  Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by English singer-songwriter Elton John’s seventh studio album. Released in 1973, it has come to be regarded as one of the best and most popular albums of all of them. CHATEAU D ‘HEROUVILLE record, the double album contains Marilyn Monroe tribute “Candle” was … more

Artist: Elton John
Release Date: 1973
Tracks: This Song Has No Title, All the Girls Love Alice, Harmony, Candle in the Wind, Social Disease, + more
Genres (Music): Rock music, Pop music, Soft rock, Glam rock

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