Weird Sleeves That Question the Artist's Sanity

By: Shelby Lee Walsh - Published: Jun 3, 2009   Updated: Apr 4 2011 • References: hecklerspray
From Pooh-Man's “Funky as I Want To Be,” to Millie Jackson's “Back To The ####,” to the unforgettable “Songs for Gay Dogs,” these record covers beg the question: Were you on drugs when you thought of this cover concept?

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