Controversial Album Covers IX (Pt. 2)

Year: 1978

Rolling Stones: Some Girls


The Problem: The original pressing of the album featured an inner sleeve containing many black and white photos of both the band members as well as other celebrities, all strategically positioned to show through cut-out holes on the outer sleeve. After protests from some of the persons depicted, the inner sleeve was revised to replace the offending photos with color blocks and text reading Pardon Our Appearance and Cover Under (Re)Construction.

My Take:  I am thought I got the wrong picture for this entry. But, I think I got it right. Yeah, I think somebody should’ve asked for permission somewhere. Copyright and image can be nasty things when things go wrong.

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