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    • Joel Carr

      Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother by Storm Thorgerson. The original album cover shows a cow standing in a pasture with no text nor any other clue as to what might be on the record. This concept was the group's reaction to the psychedelic space rock imagery associated with Pink Floyd at the time of the album's release; the band wanted to explore all sorts of music without being limited to a particular image or style of performance. They thus requested that their new album had "something plain" on...

    • Scott Schreiber

      Pink Floyd Atom Heart Mother: The original album cover, designed by art collective Hipgnosis. This concept was the group's reaction to the psychedelic space rock imagery associated with Pink Floyd at the time of the album's release; the band wanted to explore all sorts of music without being limited to a particular image or style of performance. They thus requested that their new album had "something plain" on the cover, which ended up being the image of a cow.

    • Laurence Smith

      Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother (album cover art #1970) #PinkFloyd #ProgRock #Hipgnosis

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