Pretty Awful Album Covers

Actually, I kinda like “Limbo” and “Bongo Date.” Click on the images and collect ’em all.

I don’t remember where I found these, but they didn’t come from MY collection.

[Related posty here. Still blogsitting Finicky Penguin’s Corner if you want a double dose of Bunk.]

[UPDATE: A loyal reader (see comments below) alerted me to another Pretty Awful Album Cover that should be included — last one in the stax o’ wax above. There are way too many PAAC’s to include them all, but here’s another. Thanx, Dolph.]

Author: Bunk Strutts

Boogah Boogah.

4 thoughts on “Pretty Awful Album Covers”

  1. “Smoke Smoke Smoke (that cigarette)” was originally recorded by Tex Williams in 1947(!), later covered by Commander Cody & the Lost Planet Airmen in 1973. The album cover for the latter one was indeed awful. I have it in my vinyl collection, but my scanner isn’t large enough… ooh wait. Update on its way.

    BTW– Although the cover is garbage now, it was cool at the time, and it’s a pretty good album, especially considering all the trash that the recording industry was putting out in the late ’70s. Buy a used CD of “Lost in the Ozone” and you won’t be disappointed. Commander Cody’s cover version of Phil Harris’ “Hot Rod Lincoln” is a classic.

    Thanx, Dolph, and “Tell St. Peter at the Golden Gate that I hate to make him wait; I just gotta have another cigarette.”


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