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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Hitting A Nerve

Paul Simonon of
English rock band The Clash smashes his Fender Precision bass against the stage at The Palladium in NYC on the cover of their third album London Calling (CBS, 1979). The album's subject matter included unemployment, racial conflict, drug use, and the responsibilities of adulthood. With its pink and green typography, the cover artwork was designed by Ray Lowry and was a parody of the design of Elvis Presley's debut album. Middle/ Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (Warner Bros., 1978) is the first album by New Wave musicians Devo. The album title references Erle C. Kenton's 1933 horror film Island of Lost Souls, which was based on H. G. Wells' novel The Island of Dr Moreau. In the 1933 film, a mad scientist performs operations on wild beasts in order to make them more human and able to undertake menial tasks. When the beasts acted in an inappropriate manner the scientist Dr. Moreau would crack his whip and challenge the beasts. Lead singer Mark Mothersbaugh felt as though these half-man, devolved beasts were not unlike his fellow Akron, Ohio residents, and decided to write about it. Top/ A still from The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle about seminal punk group the Sex Pistols adorns the sleeve of Sid Vicious' sped up, ballistic cover of "My Way" (1980). The original song lyrics of "My Way", written by Paul Anka and popularized by Frank Sinatra, tell the story of a man who is nearing death. An edited version of the Sid Vicious cover is played during the closing credits of the Martin Scorsese movie Goodfellas

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Open Your Eyes, You Can Fly

Bottom/ Breakfast In America is the sixth album by Supertramp, released in 1979 on A&M. It was recorded the previous year at the Village Recorder in Los Angeles. The album featured four hit singles: "The Logical Song", "Goodbye Stranger", "Take the Long Way Home", and the title track. The album's front cover is an overlook of New York City through an airplane window. It was designed by Mike Doud and depicted Kate Murtagh as a Statue of Liberty figure holding a glass of orange juice instead of a torch and the background featured a city made from cornflake box, ashtray, cutlery (for the wharfs), eggboxes, vinegar, ketchup and mustard bottles, all spraypainted white. The twin World Trade Center towers appear as two stacks of boxes and the plate of breakfast represents Battery Park, the departure point for the Staten Island Ferry. Tensions between band members Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies started to come to the fore on this album. Despite the turmoil, Breakfast in America became Supertramp's biggest selling album with over 4 million copies sold in the US alone to date (11 million copies worldwide). Top/ English multi-platinum selling psychedelic rock band Kula Shaker first came to prominence during the Britpop era with such singles as "Grateful When You're Dead", "Hey Dude" and "Tattva". Peasants, Pigs & Astronauts (Columbia, 1999) was produced by Bob Ezrin, known for his work with Lou Reed and Pink Floyd.