Category Archives: stickers on records

the stickers on records

HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. Michael Jackson. 1995.

Some previous owner of my copy of this box set tried his best to pry the stickers off of the cover but thankfully didn’t succeed. The second one was added to the cover of the included booklet after controversy arose around the lyrical content of the song They Don’t Care About Us (which is a total banger, by the way). It’s incredible it wouldn’t have occurred to Michael or anyone around him that the lyric, “Jew me, sue me, everybody do me/Kick me, kike me, don’t you black or white me”, wouldn’t have attracted some heat. But Mike was having a bad couple of years.

History cover sticker

History book sticker

the stickers on records


Aquemini. Outkast. 1998.

the stickers on records

The Papas and The Mamas

The Papas & The Mamas. The Mamas and The Papas. 1968.

on your sleeve


Italy rear

Italian Another Day.


Japan record label

Japan rear

Front, rear and record label of Japanese Another Day.


Japanese lyric sheet.

home made

home made rear

Weird home-made picture sleeve consisting of two ads for the single cut out of a UK music weekly and pasted together. Another Day folk art bought on eBay.

Portugal Another Day

Another Day rear

Front and rear of Portuguese Another Day.

French Another Day

French Another Day rear

Front and back of the French Another Day.


Belgium Another Day.

Paul McCartney

Israeli Another Day

Front and rear of the Israeli Another Day (which is more or less the same).

German Another Day

German Another Day.

RSD 2012

RSD 2012 rear

Record Store Day release. 2012.

the stickers on records

Black Album

Ten years ago today. 2003.

the stickers on records


Released 10 years ago today: Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. Outkast. 2003.

the stickers on records

Random Access Memories

Random Access Memories. Daft Punk. 2013.

the stickers on records


Quarantine the Past: The Best of Pavement, Record Store Day Edition. 2010.

the stickers on records

You Turned My Head Around

You Turned My Head Around: Lee Hazlewood Industries 1967-1970. Various artists. 2012.

Light in the Attic Records have hit it out of the park again with this killer Lee Hazlewood Industries box set of eleven 45s. Quality stuff.

the stickers on records

Straight Up. Badfinger. 1971.