Robin Thicke Can't Stop Putting Multiple Versions of Himself on His Album Covers

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Robin Thicke's sixth studio album, Blurred Lines, drops today. This is its cover:

Look familiar? Here's Thicke's second album, 2006's The Evolution of Robin Thicke:

And check out the art for 2008's Something Else:

That's three, which means we officially have a trend: Robin Thicke is addicted to putting multiple versions of himself on his album covers. But why? Is it because of the same complex that makes him talk about his penis all the time? Or is it something else?

According to the dream interpreters at Yahoo Answers, dreaming of multiple versions of yourself is a sign something is missing in your life:

You seem to be dealing with some issues that are causing you guilt or conflict.

To see your own double in your dream, suggests that you are attempting to recapture the past and the good old times. Maybe there is not enough excitement in your life.

So it could be that. On the other hand, maybe Robin Thicke is just a big fan of Multiplicity?