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Wednesday, 14 December 2011

The Worst Album Covers of 2011

In my last blog, I counted down my top 5 favourite album covers of the year. So I've decided to show my least favourite album covers of 2011 aswell.

3. Pete Rock/Smif-n-Wessun - Monumental

"Glad to see the sculptor from Lionel Richie's "Hello" video is still getting work" -

2. 31 Knots: Trump Harm

Who on earth thought that it would be a good idea to represent this album with two topless stick men and a face sprouting arms from its skin?

And finally, avert your eyes, my least favourite album cover 2011 is...

1. No Emotion: S*** Is Bad... But Diarrhea Is Worse

What possessed them to use this disgusting; unfunny; revolting; gross piece of rubbish to illustrate their music? I think I'm going to be sick.

So that, understandably, was my least favourite album cover of 2011.
Think you've seen worse this year?
Let me know by leaving a comment below or tweeting me @MWB709.


  1. 'No Emotion' the clue is in the band name...

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