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Iconic Album Covers Reimagined To Show Their “Dark Side”

Flickr user Harvezt has created a collection of illustrations presenting iconic music album covers from a new perspective. His series called “The Dark Side of the Covers” presents how reverse side of famous album artwork would look like. I imagine a lot of time is spent on Photoshop with this one. But it’s totally worth it. Check out the most iconic album covers reimagined to show their “dark side”.

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Nirvana – “Nevermind” (1991)

Misfits – “Horror Business” (1979)

Judas Priest – “British Steel” (1980)

Obituary – “Cause Of Death” (1990)

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Deep Purple – “In Rock” (1970)

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Cannibal Corpse – “Tomb Of The Mutilated” (1992)

Iron Maiden – “Killers” (1981)

Dio – “Dream Evil” (1987)

Destruction – “Release From Agony” (1988)

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Metallica – “Master Of Puppets” (1986)

Public Enemy – “Fear of a Black Planet” (1990)

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Bruce Springsteen – “Born in the U.S.A.” (1984)

The Beatles – “Abbey Road” (1969)

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Dr. Dre – “The Chronic” (1992)

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