The Monday Photo (the most evil record jacket ever)

Black Sabbath - sabbath bloody

15 responses to “The Monday Photo (the most evil record jacket ever)”

  1. Scotty says:

    Wow Pops, you sound just like my own dear-old-dad! However, for my money, I find this record cover a zillion times more disturbing:

  2. Rachel Berkowitz says:

    Scotty, yours reminded me of #45 here.

  3. Rachel Berkowitz says:

    Sorry, here.

  4. Scotty says:

    Ooh, I like this game, and I’d have to vote for this :

    Wait, maybe I don’t like this game–why am I making people look at that?

  5. swells says:

    sorry, that was me (got caught up in entering html code in the comments box–why no link buttons in the new format?)

  6. Scotty says:

    #3: I love how Ms. Jackson is holding one of her shoes. Is it to brace herself?

  7. Rachel says:

    What, you don’t do that?

  8. lane says:

    yeah, great game. i’ll check the links.

    does anyone know “The Dwarves” from Chicago.

    really freaky record jacket.

    but hey give BS props for this one. great illustration. early work by the guy that would go on to do all of steven speilbergs posters back in the day, when everything was airbrushed.

  9. lane says:

    that foriegner one isn’t so bad . . .

    but rachel your list is great. i vote for 8, 9, and 10 beacuse those acts really meant it!

    and #19 is one of the BEST ones ever, not the worst.

  10. lane says:

    4. Robert Williams! gotta give it up.

  11. Tim says:

    I thought The Dwarves were from SF. Steph, do you know?

  12. N. says:

    They are from Illinois, but have been based in Cali for some time, I think.

  13. lane says:

    yeah when they made that record with the gals covered in blood they were in chicago. i went to graduate school with someone’s brother or something, some ‘friend’ of theirs . . .

  14. swells says:

    allzi know is i went on a date with one of them once . . . end of story. but as i recall he was a friend of nash kato’s, who is from chicago.

  15. Stephanie Wells says:

    and, to clarify, we were both living in SF at the time, as was the rest of his band I think.