Monday, May 20, 2013

Androgyny Albums

For me, one of the reasons the world is so nice is diversity. The most important thing is the be happy and that's all. Why not talk about album covers with artists who doesn't look like man or woman?

Of course the first one is when the genius Ziggy Stardust became Aladdin Sane in 1973.

According Bowie, he wanted to be up on the stage performing his songs but on the other hand not really wanting to be on those buses with all those strange people… So Aladdin Sane was split down the middle.

Patti Smith: Horses (1975)

An album that contains an opening with: “Jesus died for somebody’s sins but not mine” says for itself. She is the mother of the punk and the Norwegian black metal as well. .

Prince: Dirty Mind (1980)

Prince was everything. A purple rain, a symbol, a prince, a rock star but most importantly he was the Borat inspiration with strange bikinis.

Grace Jones: Nightclubbing (1981)

Grace was nothing related to grace at Conan the Destroyer.

Culture Club: Waking Up with the House on Fire (1984)

Boy George would be better called if his name was just George(a).

Poison: Look What the Cat Dragged In (1986)

I know the importance of Glam rock for heavy metal, but I still don't get it. I wonder who had the idea: "Let's dress and look like "hot" women to get more women!"