Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Billboard News : 20 Banned Album Covers (Part 2)

Billboard News : 20 Banned Album Covers 
(Part 2)

15. Artist: Poison
Album: Open Up and Say...Ahh!
Release Date: May 21, 1988
The original version of Poison's "Open Up and Say? Ahh!" featured a demon, which caused a ruckus among church groups. The band released an edited version of the cover showing only the demon's eyes and forehead.

14. Artist: Artist: The Beatles
Album: Yesterday and Today
Release Date: June 20, 1966
The original cover featured the "squeaky clean" Fab Four, sporting butcher's coats, surrounded by raw meat and doll parts. It was quickly met with outrage, and the cover was changed to a generic shot that Capitol had.

13. Artist: Bon Jovi
Album: Slippery When Wet
Release Date: Aug. 18, 1986
The cover for Bon Jovi's third album was originally a woman soaked in water, wearing a tank top featuring the album's title. After complaints over the model's exposed breasts, the cover was changed to the title traced in.

12. Artist: Blind Faith
Album: Blind Faith
Release Date: Aug. 1969
The cover of British rock supergroup Blind Faith's debut album sparked controversy, specifically over the topless pubescent girl who graced the cover. The band's U.S. label changed the cover to a black and white photo of.

11. Artist: Pantera
Album: Far Beyond Driven
Release Date: March 15, 1994
The original cover of 1994?s "Far Beyond Driven" shows an anus being penetrated by a drill, which was immediately banned under new government regulation. The band instead opted for a drill bit to the skull instead.

*Sorry if there are inappropriate picture or include some nudity thing, I just want to share the information about the banned album because the foolish thing like that (nudity, violence, and something like that).

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Part 3 : Soon and Come later Part 4.....

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