My Favorite Album Covers

(With Bias towards the songs)

For this post, I wanted to share some of my favorite album covers. Not specifically the songs, although there might be a little biased choosing in those regards, but specifically just the cover and the photo/art. 

Some of them are really well done. They tell an interesting story that can go along with the songs as you think. I think some of them give off a nice aesthetic, and others are just pleasing to look at. 

So for the first Album- 


#5 LUSTRA – Left For Dead 

Lustra – Left For Dead

This Album gives off Rodrick from diary of a wimpy kid’s vibe which is contrary to the tone of the lyrics. There are some decent songs on here like “Scotty doesn’t know.” If this were a T-Shirt, I would %100 wear it. I don’t think I have enough Album T-Shirts in my wardrobe. 




#4 Prince Daddy & The Hyena – I thought You Didn’t Like Leaving

I thought you didn’t like leaving.

This Album has some really great songs on it. I would say, however, that the art does not match the tone of the music. It’s for some very good vocals. Some of the songs have interesting titles too, like, “I wish I could Cntrl+Alt+Del my life.” I really like the song, “Clever Girl” from this album. 




Jeff Buckley – GRACE

Jeff Buckley – Grace

I think I like this album cover mainly because I’m in love with more than most of the songs on this playlist. But at the same time, this album cover looks like its straight out of a movie or something. The style, the mood, the expression, everything about this photo feels amazing. 
I also say this every time I mention Jeff Buckley, but I think that he and James Franco look identical.  Like one in the same.  I put an image below for reference. 

James Franco

Oolong – About Your Imaginary Friend 

Oolong – About Your Imaginary Friend

This album has a lot of great songs. I’ve stated my love hate relationship about this band before, mainly them only ever releasing the one album in four years. But it was one of the best, so I can’t complain.  I think the shot of this album cover was done really well. It captures the skateboard trick midair, perfectly setting the tone for the rest of the album. A grunge sort of skater vibe. 
And don’t even get me started on the amount of effort that I spent on researching this band. Every time I looked up Oolong, It came up with the type of tea. 





#1 See Through Person – Chariot 

See Through Person – Chariot

This is one of my favorite albums by far. The photo gives of an almost eerie vibe. This is how most of their album covers are shot. The music is outstanding too. The Vocalist really went all out in this one. Every time I listen to “Change your name” I look at this album and wonder what the dog’s name is. I haven’t done much, if any, research on the band. But I’m looking into it for another review. 


But that’s it. These are some of my favorite albums, with interesting album covers. 

3 thoughts on “My Favorite Album Covers”

  1. Ooooh, all of the covers in this look so cool! I really agree with your words on the one ranked first, but I am partial to the cover with an astronaut in it. Space…

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