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Our list of the 25 most iconic album covers of all time may not be exhaustive, but it certainly reveals why album covers deserve to be held in as high a regard as more traditional modes of artwork. But the most important and, at the time the most expensive album cover ever made, the Sgt. The result: a gruesome spoof advert for an electric razor.
Often romantically linked with frontman Bryan Ferry, each model had their intriguing own back story. Latterly a yoga teacher, she went on to marry Chris Jagger, whose brother has an interesting tale of his own… Pink Floyd: The Dark Side Of The Moon One of the most iconic album covers of all time, created by one of the most iconic design teams of all time.
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The painted lady would later appear on subsequent Tribe releases and surely inspired the equally provocative Stankonia album art. As a result, Weezer not only had an iconic cover on their hands, but predicted the normcore movement. It perfectly summarises the aimlessness youth to which Corgan was preaching, and the fanciful imagery matches the grand ambitions of the sprawling, track album. Beck: Odelay Some album covers are meant to convey deeper musical themes and their imagery is meticulously conceived, while others are just happy accidents.
Is it Album) bale of hay or a flying mop? The artwork has become the ultimate Rorschach test. The Roots: Things Fall Apart At the dawn of the Millennium, the majority of hip-hop album covers were not the optimal vehicle for social commentary.
At the time, The Roots were still something of an underground act, but that was all about to change with their seminal album and provocative cover — or covers —for their breakthrough album. Blink Enema Of The State As the face of the pop-punk explosion, Blink knew their audience well and catered to it accordingly with their explicit cover to their hit album Enema Of The State — much to the delight of their prepubescent male fans.
The cover and accompanying video made Blink famous and brought the adult industry to middle America. Chalk this one up as another win for puritanical America. Amy Winehouse: Back To Black As an artist whose personal image is inseparable from her music, it was only fitting that the promising young singer should grace her own album cover.
Back To Black would be her introduction to America and the rest of the world, and much had changed since her UK debut, Frank. That's something that we really need to move beyond. Bennington was a critic of U. On January 29,he tweeted that Trump was "worse than terrorism". This tweet resurfaced in July after Linkin Park sent Trump a cease and desist order for using " In the End " in an ad for his re-election campaign that year. Bennington was plagued with poor health during the making of Meteoraand struggled to attend some of the album's recording sessions.
He was forced to return to the United States for surgery, and filmed the remainder of the music video in Los Angeles. Bennington sustained a wrist injury in October while attempting to jump off a platform during a show in Album) at the Rod Laver Arena. Despite the injury, he continued to perform the entire show with a broken wrist, before heading to the emergency room where he received five stitches.
Bennington struggled with depression and substance abuse. Bennington injured his ankle in January during a basketball game. Linkin Park later canceled the remainder of their tour to allow Bennington to undergo surgery and recover. Bennington was a close friend of Chris Cornell. Bennington had commented on Cornell's death on Instagram"I can't imagine a world without you in it.
While on vacation in Arizona with his wife and family, Bennington returned home alone saying he had work to do. Bennington left no suicide note. An official statement will come out as soon as we have one.
Bennington's death occurred on what would have been Cornell's 53rd birthday. In addition to his family members and close friends, many musicians who toured or played with Linkin Park also attended. The service also included a full stage for musical tributes. Bennington filmed an episode of Carpool Karaoke six days before his death. Bennington's family allowed the episode to be aired on October 12, The event featured the band's first performance following his death, along with performances from Blinkmembers of System of Mothers Heart - The Amazing Pilots - Graduate Blood (CD DownKornAvenged SevenfoldBring Me the HorizonYellowcardand the singer Kiiaraamong others.
Jay-Z and Bennington with Linkin Park collaborated on the song. Coldplay 's Chris Martin paid tribute to Bennington during the band's North American tour concert at MetLife Stadium, playing an acoustic version of " Crawling " on piano. During the 60th Annual Grammy Awards 's annual in memoriam tribute, rapper Logic performed the song " " live alongside Alessia Cara and Khalid as a tribute to both Cornell and Bennington. The song's title is the phone number of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Producer Markus Schulz made a trance remix of the Linkin Park song " In the End " as tribute to Bennington after his death which he debuted at Tomorrowland. Bennington and other late musicians were honored in the music video for "Hold on to Memories" by Disturbed.
Following Bennington's death, Linkin Park took a hiatus until Aprilwhen Dave Farrell revealed the band was working on new music. Bennington possessed a three-octave tenor vocal rangebeginning at the lowest note G 2and reaching its peak at the highest note G 5. Several publications have commented on the music legacy Bennington left with the bands and projects he worked in.
Fred Durstlead singer of Limp Bizkittalked about Album) impact of Chester Bennington and Linkin Park on the nu metal scene, "I can say so many wonderful things about the Chester I knew. He had a way of making anyone he spoke to feel heard, understood and significant. His aura and spirit were contagious and empowering. Often those types of people have so much pain and torture inside that the last thing they want is to contaminate or break the spirit of others.
He would go out of his way to make sure you knew he truly cares. As real and transparent as our conversations would be, he was always the one projecting light on the shadows. In my last conversation with him, he was holding his two cute puppies and giving me the most selfless and motivational compliments in regards to Limp Bizkit and myself and thanking me for paving the path for bands like Linkin Park.
The New York Times ' Jon Caramanica commented that Bennington's ability to "pair serrated rawness with sleek melody" separated him from other contemporary singers, and also from the artists he was influenced by. Caramanica noted, "He was an emo sympathizer in a time when heavy metal was still setting the agenda for mainstream hard rockand a hip-hop enthusiast who found ways to make hip-hop-informed music that benefited from his very un-hip-hop skill set".
As Bennington acquired influences from industrial and hardcore punk acts, the journalist believed this was the factor that made Linkin Park survive the "rise and precipitous fall of the rap-rock era", calling the musician "a rock music polymath". The journalist continued to discuss Bennington's impact, commenting.
His cleanly articulated tales of emotional struggle gave millions the sense that someone understood them, and the huge sound of his band around him magnified that sense, moving listeners from the psychic space of their bedrooms into an arena of thousands of people who shared their pain.
James Hingle echoed this sentiment, writing for Kerrang! The Straits Times ' music correspondent Eddino Abdul Hadi stated Bennington was an inspiration to many artists in the Singapore music scene. After Bennington's death, his widow Talinda Bennington launched a campaign called Changes Direction in honor of her husband to help break the stigma surrounding mental illness.
During a Twitch live-stream, Mike Shinoda confirmed the existence of an unreleased Linkin Park song, titled "Friendly Fire", which features vocal tracks Bennington recorded during the One More Light sessions. A Decade Underground. Bennington made a cameo appearance in the film Crank as a customer in a pharmacy. Bennington was working with Church on developing an upcoming television show, Mayor of the Worldwith executive producer Trip Taylor. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
American singer — Phoenix, ArizonaU. Palos Verdes Estates, CaliforniaU. Samantha Olit. Talinda Bentley. Alternative metal nu metal hard rock alternative rock electronic rock heavy metal post-grunge pop rock. Musical artist. Further information: Dead by Sunrise. Further information: Stone Temple Pilots. Main articles: Linkin Park discography and songs.
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