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.
Robyn‘s “Rakamonie EP” with the excellent cover of Prince’s Jack U Off. Not a song to get stuck in your head and sing aloud by the way. Unless you’re into that. (And if you are, and are of the female persuasion, call me):
Universal Hall Pass‘s “Subtle Things”. One of my discoveries from the ambient channels. This is a rectangular digipak so I wasn’t sure what exact dimensions to use. It is 600 pixels wide, but shorter. I rebuilt the background color because the digipak’s cardboard surface made an uneven scan:
DJ Flack (aka Tony Hackett) “Dispenser”:
Author Linda Jaivin and Hum, the soundtrack to the book “Rock ‘n’ Roll Babes from Outer Space”. Mind you, you’ll never find this CD on American shores. It comes up for sale very rarely from folks in Australia, Linda Jaivin’s native home. It is basic garage rock with lines of dialogue from the novel (“you look a bit scared, Earth-boy”).
Missing Persons “Live from the Danger Zone!”: