Flickr user Harvezt has created a series titled “The Dark Side of the Covers” where he imagines what the reverse side of classic album covers would look like. Some, such as Mettalica’s “Master of Puppets” are an obvious continuation of the original image. But others show a more in-depth knowledge of the content portrayed, such as the inclusion of the guitar Zal Cleminson played when he first joined Nazareth seen on the back of “No Mean City” or the addition of Brian Epstein on the back of “Yellow Submarine.” For more covers and info on the each, check out Harvezt on Flickr.
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On March 29, 1992 Rage Against The Machine played a concert for a few dozen fans at Zed Records in Orange County, CA. They performed songs off their self-titled debut album that was recorded the following month at Sound City, Van Nuys, CA and released towards the end of 1992. So what we are seeing the very early stages of a band that would go on to sell over 16 million records over the last 20 years. 24:00 = Killing in the Name 34:25 = Freedom