This is by no mean a definitive list, but these albums are worth revisiting
In the last few years, Vinyl has experienced a massive resurgence.
It accounted for 9.7 million album sales in 2018, thanks, begrudgingly, to what NPR called the "Hipsterfication of America." While the sales can mainly be attributed to classics like Michael Jackson's Thriller and The Beatles' Abbey Road, it seems fitting to pay homage to the records that gave us Millennial's a "thunder down under" and kickstarted our sexual awakenings.
The racy nature of the album covers below sparked cultural phenomenons. Let's dive into the birth of the "Parental Warning" and revisit the album that turned whipped cream from a mere dessert topping into something much more. These are some of the most risque records in history.
Black Crowes, "Amorica" (1994)
Initially taken from the cover of the July 1976 issue of Hustler magazine, Amorica, The Black Crowe's third album, went on to be banned across multiple chain stores like Kmart and WalMart due to the "graphic" cover. The band would go on to re-release the album with a solid black background so that only the America thong could be seen, but that's not hot. So we choose to remember this album art as it was intended to be remembered.