These Classic Album Covers In Google Street View Are The Coolest Thing On The Internet Today
I want every one of these framed and in my apartment immediately. How cool are these?!
via the guardian
(What’s the Story) Morning Glory by Oasis. This 1995 Britpop classic was shot on Berwick Street in London’s Soho, what was then an, um, oasis of record shops. Sister Ray, seen on the left, is still going strong today
Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin. The East Village residential blocks on St Mark’s Place, New York, remain virtually identical to how they looked in the 1970s, with the exception of some more physical graffiti.
Paul’s Boutique by the Beastie Boys. A clothing store in 1989 at what is now the more gentrified corner of Ludlow and Rivington on New York’s Lower East Side
Abbey Road by the Beatles. So famous is the cover for the Fab Four’s last studio album in 1969 that Westminster council in London have to repaint the wall next to the crossing every three months to cover over fans’ graffiti, and the street signs are mounted high above the ground because otherwise they just keep getting stolen
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