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    I've discovered the apex of album art



    Does anyone know where I can get this on vinyl?

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    Still a more creative font choice than the PRS Tremonti signature amp.

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    Approved terriblism

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    It's OK because they made up for that one with this:

    C'mon son.

    Hellevate

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    I remember playing this on Windows 3.1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Still a more creative font choice than the PRS Tremonti signature amp.
    The Robo warrior on the cover hadn't even finished rendering by the time they had to submit the art. Which is why only his head is armored. Originally there was going to be full metal armor with a glorious codpiece but the label was like, "We're going to veto the whole metal robo-dick idea, throw some clip art of planet earth over his pelvic region and it's good to go."

    You can always tell on metal album covers with less competent artists that the particular artist might have a problem drawing a specific thing because they always hide it behind other objects.

    Usually its hands. I can't count the number of times I have gotten into some obscure scandinavian band and I am checking out their records chronologically thinking, "This cover artist fucking rules". And then I get to like, the fourth album, and it's clear the artist doesn't know how to draw hands, the dude on the cover is this barbarian warrior with a mangled atrocity for a hand and I go back and look at the previous three and notice that he's slyly avoided drawing hands by somehow blocking them with other objects on every other album cover.

    In Cage's case it wasn't hands though. They mistakenly hired an artist who couldn't do 3d rendered robo dick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCoy View Post
    They mistakenly hired an artist who couldn't do 3d rendered robo dick.
    He's clearly fucking the Earth. Metal cred confirmed.

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    Isn't this the soundtrack for Ghost Rider?

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