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THE MONKS hamburg recordings 1967

The Monks - Hamburg Recordings 1967 Vinyl EP

This is how I make my paper bag mini scrapbook albums. It includes how I attach a canvas cover to the album.  (c) Laura Denison The designs, pictures and instructions shown on this video are provided here for personal use only and may not be sold, reproduced or used for commercial purposes in any form without my written permission.

This is how I make my paper bag mini scrapbook albums. It includes how I attach a canvas cover to the album. (c) Laura Denison The designs, pictures and instructions shown on this video are provided here for personal us

this album cover is very simple, with no use of text. the 'X' has an oil colour effect to it although it is mainly black making it bold on the white background

The xx Teases New Album 'Coexist' With The Simplest Of Love Songs

All Rights Are to the Original Owners (Not Me) Disclaimer: None of this is mine. All is The xx's. All rights are The xx`s. Everything belongs to The xx. Artist: The xx Song: Swept away Album: Coexist

Metallica, Master of Puppets: Part 1 in a 10-Part Series Looking Back at the Best Thrash Metal Albums of 1986

Disposable Heroes is the fifth song on the thrash metal band Metallicas studio album, Master of Puppets. The song is generally talking about a hero in ba.

Classic Album Covers and HP, this is hilarious

Harry Potter x Classic Album Cover

9 Classic Album Covers Re-Imagined With 'Harry Potter' Characters by NEXT Movie 😂😂😂😂😂❤️❤️❤️

The Beatles 1964 "A Hard Day's Night" soundtrack on United Artists records also featured music by George Martin ("Ringo's Theme," the charting jazzy orchestral "A Hard Day's Night").

The Beatles 1964 "A Hard Day's Night" soundtrack on United Artists records also featured music by George Martin ("Ringo's Theme," the charting jazzy orchestral "A Hard Day's Night").

Extreme, Extreme [4.09]: Looking at that album cover, there's really no way to guess that this is a pretty decent album from a pretty great band who would go on to produce two absolutely awesome albums, and this one is just shy of absolutely awesome. It's too bad that the band that gave us "More Than Words" couldn't muster a truly decent power ballad on this one. I'm not a fan of "Watching, Waiting" at all, and "Rock a Bye Bye" is too cheesy for words. 12/4/17

Extreme, Extreme [4.09]: Looking at that album cover, there's really no way to guess that this is a pretty decent album from a pretty great band who would go on to produce two absolutely awesome albums, and this one is just shy of absolutely awesome. It's too bad that the band that gave us "More Than Words" couldn't muster a truly decent power ballad on this one. I'm not a fan of "Watching, Waiting" at all, and "Rock a Bye Bye" is too cheesy for words. 12/4/17

Who's Next - The Who (1971).  It would be in my personal pantheon just on the strength of Roger Daltrey's primal scream at the end of "Won't Get Fooled Again," but every note of the album is perfect as far as I'm concerned.  Greating writing, great playing and singing.  To say nothing of the cover.  Best rock band ever.

Who's Next - The Who The Whos studio album featuring timeless classics like "Won't get fooled again, Behind blues eyes and Baba O'Riley". Listed as one of the greatest albums of all time. A must have for all classic rock fans.

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