Sexiest album cover? (possibly graphics intensive)

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  1. Greg_S_H

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    What's your choice for sexiest album cover? Ladies, just because the thread is starting out with females on my choices, don't be afraid to play along. [​IMG]
    Here's my hands-down winner:
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    Exquisite. Makes the plastic women of today look even worse. I've seen other artists pay homage to this album cover, but I haven't found examples on line. One was a disco album with a black girl in the same exact pose. Only saw it in a used album shop and didn't get the name.
    First runner-up:
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    Just always liked this one.
    Finally, for the Ain't Nothin' Like the Real Thing award, here's Sammy Hagar's ill attempt to follow up on Nugent's:
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    Maybe that's not what he was doing, but I always laugh when I see that. [​IMG]
     
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    The Beatles (The White Album).
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    I always thought Permanent Waves by Rush had a sexy cover. The girl's skirt is being blown up in the air and although she's wearing panties you can see her um, well you know! [​IMG]
     
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    I came across an album cover by Tina Louise (Ginger on Gilligan's Island) called "It's Time For Tina" while lurking at a used record store in Berkeley. It was sexy alright. The store told me they don't have the vinyl record anymore and I wasn't going to pay $25 for an album cover (maybe I should have). Anyway, the album was released on CD several years back. Soundstage even reviewed it. I can't seem to locate an image of the original cover on the internet. Damn!
    BTW, for those who are interested, I highly recommend a book by the name of Vixens of Vinyl.
     
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    Is this the Tina Louise cover?
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    That book looks fantastic. Thanks for the heads-up.
     
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    How about this?
     
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    Here's to Heinz:
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    And here's one by Ween:
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    I remember it catching my eye when it was released... [​IMG]
     
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    And this one I will just provide a link to as it may be a bit too much to post an image of.
    Nashville Pussy
     
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    This one was always pretty nice. [​IMG]
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    I'm having trouble seeing your pics, Brian. I get this little "Fortune Builder" graphic. [​IMG]
    Never mind. I just was able to see them. [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks for posting the Tina Louise CD cover, but that's not the cover for the original album. I just took out the booklet to the CD and guess what? An small photo of the original cover is inside the booklet. Too bad I don't have a scanner....and I can't seem to locate the photo on the net either.
     

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