You Me At Six – Take Of Your Colours<br />Take Of Your Colours appeals more to the music area it appeals to (Teenagers) with a brightly coloured album. Take Of Your Colours is the name of the album and the colour being splashed around is to symbolize the album title. This version of the album cover is the newer deluxe edition of the album and has a bigger appeal in looks.<br />
Go:Audio – Made Up Stories<br />Made Up Stories was Go:Audio’s First album and they tried to design a cover to fit with their unique style of music going for a more cartoon style and different album cover to others. The album again was mostly aimed at teenagers and the appeal of such a creative idea gives it this appeal.<br />
The Beatles - Abbey Road<br />Abbey Road was the last Albums the Beatles Recorded Together and at this time they were well known throughout the entire world. This is why the album cover is so effective because the album was called Abbey Road (as of where all the Beatles Albums were recorded) with them walking across the street at Abbey Road. The well known image and place means buyers know it’s The Beatles hence no need to add text to tell the buyer who the artist is or album is.<br />
Brand New - Daisy<br />Daisy is al album from Alternate Band Brand new. The album cover is very abstract and abnormal matching the alternative music styles of the band. The Album would stand out comparing to other albums which is something the band is known for in all of their album covers.<br />
Nirvana - Nevermind<br />Nevermind Is one of Nirvana’s Most famous albums and was a one made when gaining much popularity. The Album cover is well thought against in a rebelling against the government and the American Political Statement making very bold and strong Political statements. Nirvana were known for being the first real Grunge band and with a new age of music became a rebelling stage for many listeners so this album was a big appeal and caused much controversy with the cover.<br />
Simple Plan - Still Not Getting Any…<br />Simple Plans second studio album was titled “Still Not Getting Any…” to symbolize that although they were selling albums and singles were still not very well known or getting much credibility. The album title is simple plan’s normal style and is used in their merchandise and other albums/singles. The album itself is quite a bleak album with several songs trying different areas for the album doing their heaviest and softest songs to date. The albums main selling and first single from the album was entitled “Welcome To My Life” about the singer saying about his life and how it was not going well. This is showed very well in the album cover with the unhappy faces and dark lighting used for the band photo. The band photo is also took on a old bus showing not getting anywhere and feeling non important.<br />
Simple Plan - Still Not Getting Any…<br />During this time the band’s main singer had a different approach on writing songs after a difficult time with his brother diagnosed with cancer. Again this is portrayed in the album cover as not going to be a happy punk rock album as their previous. Low key lighting and dark coloured clothes are used very effectively and do create a major target audience for teenagers. The bands song from the second single “Crazy” is also aimed at teenagers and is shown well in the album cover “Tell me what's wrong with society”.<br />
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