We’ve started a new publish with our Album Cover Art History series. This is where we peel the curtain back at some of Reggae-Rock’s most iconic and influential albums with their aligning cover-art, album details, stories and facts…
Each Volume we release includes 5 Albums that we’ve researched and contacted the artists about in an effort to provide some interesting back-story to bring new perspective to your next listen. There’s opportunity to discover new music when coming across an artist or album you’re not familiar with.
If there are any albums you’d like us to address in the future, drop your suggestion in the comments below. We enjoy putting these together and watching our perspective progressively evolve around some of our favorite albums. Enjoy!
The Pier’s Album Cover Art History:
No Doubt – Tragic Kingdom
The Clash – London Calling
311 – Transistor
Bad Brains – Bad Brains
The Expendables – Open Container
Sublime – Robbin’ The Hood
Easy Star All-Stars – Dub Side of the Moon
NOFX – Pump Up The Valuum
Operation Ivy – Energy
Fishbone – Truth Soul
Reel Big Fish – Turn The Radio Off
Dirty Heads – Any Port In A Storm
Passafire – Submersible
Ballyhoo! – Do It For The Money
The Aggrolites – Rugged Road
Rebelution – Courage To Grow
Bob Marley The Wailers – Catch A Fire
Steel Pulse – Tribute To The Martyrs
Pepper – Give’n It
Slightly StoopidSlightly $toopid
The Green – Hawai’i 13
SOJA – Get Wiser
Sublime – 40oz To Freedom
Less Than Jake – Hello Rockview
Jimmy Cliff – Struggling Man
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