11 Facts About Album covers


Album covers is credited with inventing the concept of album covers and cover art, replacing the plain covers used before.

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Album covers are one of the various ways in which first impressions affect an audience's perception of a given musician or band, or other content of the album.

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Album covers cover eventually became an important part of the culture of music.

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Under the influence of designers like Bob Cato, who at various stages in his long music career was vice president of creative services at both Columbia Records and United Artists, album covers became renowned for being a marketing tool and an expression of artistic intent.

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Album covers art has been discussed as an important postwar cultural expression.

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The stereotypical rasta lifestyle depicted on many reggae album covers is only displayed that way because this is what the white audience seemed to appreciate the most.

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However, these album covers do not accurately represent the core values of typical people in Jamaica but they deal with this representation because they know that the audience is familiar with the stereotypical rasta depiction.

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Album covers cover art was the subject of a 2013 documentary film, The Cover Story: Album covers Art, by Eric Christensen, a San Francisco Bay Area record collector.

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Album covers cover is a component of the overall packaging of an album.

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Album covers art is still considered a vital part of the listening experience to many.

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Some album covers have been banned due to depicting violence, nudity, or other offensive imagery.

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