Friday, August 23, 2013

An Updated List of the Best NYC Album Artwork

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Ramones - Rocket to Russia

But will the upcoming CBGB movie recall the Ramones getting their picture taken outside the club's back door as part of its composite of Cool Moments?! The outlook looks good.


Simon & Garfunkel - Wednesday Morning, 3 AM

"Exciting new sounds in the folk tradition" while waiting for the F train at 53rd & 5th.


Lee Ranaldo - Between the Times and the Tides

For what Sonic Youth albums lack in iconic city imagery, Ranaldo makes up here, his ninth studio album and solo debut for Matador. In interviews, he's talked about using this photo as ammunition to finish the record. It features Maya Barkai's street art project in Ranaldo's Lower Manhattan neighborhood, in which the "walking man" symbol is interpreted as it is in 99 cities around the globe.


Jonathan Fire*Eater - Wolf Songs For Lambs

One of the quintessential New NYC bands in a quintessential New NYC apartment.

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