What's UpWelcome to the Album Covers Wiki. We will become the best visual and informational database for album covers, obviously. We’re also a collaborative community of people who appreciate the art of designing a jewel case or vinyl slip that not only jumps off the shelf, but becomes something that you want to keep forever, like the music it sheaths.
Things you can do:
- Create a page for an Album and it's artwork.
- Create a page for a musician/band/singer/rapper/DJ/etc.
- Create a page for a visual artist or designer
- Add stuff to the aforementioned
- Vote in a Top Ten list
- Blog about album covers
- Make friends
- Find new music through art
Just to be Clear
An album cover is the front of the packaging of a commercially-released audio recording product, or album. The term can refer to either the printed cardboard covers typically used to package sets of 10" and 12" 78 rpm records, single and sets of 12" LPs, sets of 45 rpm records (either in several connected sleeves or a box), or the front-facing panel of a CD package, and, increasingly, the primary image accompanying a digital download of the album, or of its individual tracks.