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Way in the background there's a house. Maybe where he came from.
I like this cover art. The color scheme is almost sepia. Other covers with similar scenaries always look hot. But here, the focus is not on the outer circumstances like heat, it's on how long the way he has been walking is. And we can assume he'll go on for much longer.
In the past, Kay One's image was one of luxury: gold chains, thrones, champain, cocaine, parties, and more. He made mediocre party pop rap back then. This album cover is a heavy contrast to that. Also, he makes much more varied hip hop music now. I think this artwork is symbolic for that he has not forgotten where he came from and that it was a hard way (album title translates to "the boy from back then"). - Martin_Canine
This cover looks like it's not intended to be a cover. It looks more like a behind the scenes photo you would find in a booklet. The band simply stands in a city at night. That's it.
I like it still. Because it feels cozy. - Martin_Canine
You know, the style is cool. This is a band whose members met at an anime convention, that's exactly what they look like and it's only fitting that the cover looks like out of a SciFi flick. Such things have been extremely popular over here since the turn of the millennium, and rightfully so. But this is executed so cheap and so obviously animated. The city looks like something out of a 90s bubblegum dance video - which is absolutely unfitting for the soft and dreamy electronic music they make. - Martin_Canine
I have no idea what this cover depicts other than the bear, bit on that living planet thingy there appears to be some greek temple.
Kanye West is by the way the best proof that I don't judge books - or albums - by their covers. Because Kanye's covers are always on the hyper pretentious side of art, and I am still a fan. - Martin_Canine
Why are Nickelback album covers always so unpersonal and exchangable? Roads, a belt, more roads, the world, a bridge, more roads. Feed the Machine, The State and Silver Side Up are memorable covers. The resr, and that includes this one is absolutely mediocre. Like, absolutely not outstanding in the least. Neither positive nor negative. This here could be a pre-installed desktop saver. - Martin_Canine
It is a bonus disc in the "Imperator" deluxe box and more like a collection of musical comedy sketches in heavy contrast to the dark and well thougt out main album, so I really shouldn't complain. It's an animated depiction of "Kolle's Hood", and looks like a screenshot of the newest Grand Theft Auto game. It's okay. At least it's animated throughout snd doesn't have Kollegah photoshopped into it. - Martin_Canine
Okay, maybe not all look the same. This album leaves out he child like elements, and elegantly embrace the morbid and necromantic. - Martin_Canine
Not at all outstanding. There's his logo emerging from the ground in a city. It's not really an eye catcher but it's not bad. It's just completely exchangable. - Martin_Canine
I don't know why, but this artwork looks like something from the 70s or 80s. Maybe it's the basic font, maybe the blue color on top, maybe it's the picture of Aguilera herself and the angle in which it is filmed.
On my CD copy, the blue is black for whatever reason.
Not bad. Has that certain oldschool charm. - Martin_Canine
One word: Classy. - Martin_Canine
It's Planet Earth so basically it depicts millions of buildings.
For info on my opinion see "Here and Now". - Martin_Canine
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