I just get really creeped out by the hole in his face + the veiny parts. these posters were all over the city before his show a few months back and I would just have to look away. I'm also the kind of person that can't watch doctor shows for the surgical / bloody scenes. soo.
that chunk of eyelashes on her face just kills me.
this album cover can suck my cock. (did not know "c0ck" gets censored as rooster. haha)
ugh ugh ugh everything about this I hate. from the stupid emo photo a middle school girl would take and post on myspace, to the terrible album title "what is this heart?" (which I read in an overly depressed, over-dramatic, whispery voice in my head), to the artist name that I can NEVER get past (how to dress well is my least favorite artist name, I'm pretty sure.)... I just can't. I really really want to like this album and HTDW overall, but I have weird personal boundaries that I can't overcome. I'm even listening to it now to attempt to get past it... I don't know if I can.
edit. honorable mention: I kinda agree with Cooper the Intern about fka twigs. her EP2 album cover is just beautiful. LP1 has always kind of creeped me out - in a creepy porcelain doll kind of way.
Post by monkybunney on Jan 2, 2015 23:16:32 GMT -5
OK I couldn't just let that go and I did some google'n. That ain't 311. The baby seal headed man has been a staple of Riot V since their first album
ROCK CITY (have you seen it?!?!) released back in 1977.
HOwever in the early 80's when most good music and established artists took a moribund turn Baby Seal Man appeared to be morphing into a prep school kid on the cover of their 1982 Restless Breed album
Baby Seal Man does not appear again on another album cover for 24 FUCKING YEARS. When Riot releases Army of 1 in 2006, and only the spectral image of his face appears reflected from the polished surface of a Gibson Les Paul(?).
5 years later Riot releases Imortal Soul in 2011, again baby seal man is not present. Perhaps finally faded into obscurity the album cover is melancholic bringing to mind a scene in which some ass-hole is stealing a Gibson Les Paul from a skeleton's grave behind the iron gates of a cemetery.
But 3 years later Baby Seal Man said "Fuck That! I'm a Cyborg now!" And he rages triumphantly on the cover of Riot's newest "Unleash The Fire"