Censored artwork with alternative covers

By TwinPowerForce TwinPowerForce
updated about 1 month ago

  1. The Black Crowes - Amorica

    9 For Sale from $3.49

    The album cover's depiction of pubic hair, taken from an issue of Hustler magazine, caused controversy.[16] The image was replaced with a black background cover which blacked out the hair.

  2. The Black Crowes - Amorica

    37 For Sale from $1.49

    The album cover's depiction of pubic hair, taken from an issue of Hustler magazine, caused controversy.[16] The image was replaced with a black background cover which blacked out the hair.

  3. Blind Faith (2) - Blind Faith

    72 For Sale from $4.38

    The cover featured a topless pubescent girl, holding in her hands a silver space ship, which some perceived as phallic. Photographer Bob Seidemann used a girl, Mariora Goschen, who was 11 years old. The US record company issued it with an alternative cover which showed a photograph of the band on the front.

  4. Blind Faith (2) - Blind Faith

    53 For Sale from $2.99

    The cover featured a topless pubescent girl, holding in her hands a silver space ship, which some perceived as phallic. Photographer Bob Seidemann used a girl, Mariora Goschen, who was 11 years old. The US record company issued it with an alternative cover which showed a photograph of the band on the front.

  5. Body Count (2) - Body Count

    16 For Sale from $2.00

    The Copkiller tattoo disappear on reissue following controversy about the song

  6. The Coup - Party Music

    4 For Sale from $24.99

    The original cover art, designed in June 2001, depicted Boots Riley and Pam the Funkstress destroying the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. After the September 11 attacks, the album's release was delayed until November of that year, with the record now sporting an alternate cover depicting a hand holding a flaming martini glass.

  7. The Coup - Party Music

    33 For Sale from $1.87

    The original cover art, designed in June 2001, depicted Boots Riley and Pam the Funkstress destroying the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. After the September 11 attacks, the album's release was delayed until November of that year, with the record now sporting an alternate cover depicting a hand holding a flaming martini glass.

  8. Death Grips - No Love Deep Web

    The cover shows the erect penis of drummer Zach Hill with the album's title written in black marker. The cover caused such controversy, along with its spontaneous release without their label's permission, that the band were forced to put a disclaimer on their website. An alternative cover was subsequently released depicting a man wearing socks with the words "Suck my dick" on them.