Continuing my earlier entries, here are more scans of album covers not currently on iTunes.
Actual size of each of these scans is iTunes-friendly 600 x 600 pixels, but each is displayed smaller so as not to cause a problem with the blog margins. Simply right click and save.
Adam Ant’s best “best of” album is called “Dandy Highwaymen”, but this scan is of an earlier best-of called “Antmusic: The Very Best of Adam Ant” that included a limited edition live disc along with 22 hits:
Adam Ant‘s BBC recordings were compiled on this ugly-looking disc, “The Complete Radio 1 Sessions”:
Kara DioGuardi & Dave Stewart’s Platinum Weird album is easily found on ebay for 1 cent but it is one of the best albums you can get for 1 cent. And, as I’ve mentioned before, there were actually two Platinum Weird albums, sort of: “Make Believe”, and …and here is where it gets tricky. The advance edition of the album (sent to reviewers) contained an entirely different set of music, even though it was also called “Make Believe”! Granted you may have a difficult time finding the advance edition of the album (it was available as a bonus disc at Best Buy briefly, but not anymore). So here are both of the covers — and one must give the artist credit for making them subtly different. Disclaimer: I did not scan these two Platinum Weird covers, I got them on a fansite somewhere.