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From Elvis Presley to FKA Twigs, here are the 50 greatest album covers of all time. In 1969, artist Andy Warhol was approached by the Rolling Stones to create the cover art for their upcoming greatest hits album, Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2). Whatever Warhol created for the set was seemingly never used, but his concept of employing a working zipper on an album cover came to fruition on the cover of Sticky Fingers. Artist Patrick Nagel was commissioned by Duran Duran's then-manager, Paul Berrow, to create the cover art for the band’s Rio album. The group’s bassist, John Taylor, wrote in his autobiography In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death and Duran Duran, that when they received the "massive" "five foot by five foot" canvas, he thought, "there she was, the girl who was dancing on the sand" (a reference to the lyrics of the set’s title track). 033. 051. 19. Joy Division, 'Unknown Pleasures' (1979).
The best-selling Christmas album of 1953 was Christmas with Arthur Godfrey and All the Little Godfreys, by Arthur Godfrey. The best-selling Christmas album of 1954 was Selections from Irving Berlin's "White Christmas", by Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Peggy Lee. The best-selling Christmas album of 1955 was Happy Holiday, by Jo Stafford.
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Unknown Pleasures by Joy Division (1979). This iconic album cover image is based on astronomical data. When Salford post-punk band Joy Division released its debut album, it didn’t exactly set the world on fire. At a time when music was largely divided along genre and racial lines, three Jewish boys brought together rap and heavy rock in one album, without compromising on the raw, angry energy of either. Designed by Steve Byram and illustrated by World B. Omes, the cover concept for Licensed to Ill was basically a parody of Led Zeppelin's private jet; a symbol of bloated seventies rock excess that couldn’t have been further removed from the boy-next-door antics of the Beastie Boys. Its cover was the work of Paul Cannell, a London artist known for combining a punk aesthetic with exuberant colours, using unusual media such as household undercoat paint and car body filler.