The Ugly Truth About Yugoslavian Album Art in the 1970s and 1980s

During the 1970s and 1980s, Yugoslavia had a thriving music industry and produced many albums. While the music was often well-received, the album cover art was not always up to par. Some of these covers were deemed “bad” due to their odd designs, questionable illustrations, or outdated photography. However, these vintage album covers have since become collectible items and are valued for their cultural significance. They offer a glimpse into the creative choices and aesthetic preferences of the time and provide a unique window into Yugoslavia’s cultural and artistic landscape during this period.

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