If someone can ID this album for me, not only will I be stunned, you’ll truly earn a debt of gratitude. This isn’t a game thread - because I have no idea what the correct answer is either. If you’re wondering why I need to know, lets’ just say it’s a nagging question that’s now turned into a visual ear bug.
This isn’t going to be easy & based on my attempts, Googling won’t help. It might even be more difficult than Rich Mann’s “Have you seen the Thunderbird Photo?” thread in IMHO. The only difference: unlike pterosaurs shot out of the sky, this album really existed.
Disclaimer: Sorry, I can’t sketch like Amazon Floozy Goddess
I KNOW this album existed. My cousin had it. The numerous times I’ve asked, begged and pleaded with him if to try and recall the either artist, the title (or even one song from the album) always garners the same response, “How the fuck do you expect me to remember something from that long ago. I was high 24/7 back then and sold my vinyl years ago at a garage sale”.
Here are a few clues I can give (I may not be 100% accurate, but close)[ul][li]The Album is from late 70’s early 80’sI thought it was by the band Montrose - but after checking their discography’s album art, it can’t beIt may have been pictured in Playboy - With mention made of the great cover art and terrible caudio contentThe album featured the legs of a lady wearing a one-piece red bathing suit, sunbathing in a back yard, as shark fins sliced throughout the lawn - cutting the gardne hose attached to a sprinkler - The band’s logo was in one of those glossy silver ‘hard rock’ fonts, ala Spinal Tap[/ul]If the photo link above doesn’t immediately unlock the correct answer in your mind - googling will be fruitless. Any clues, help answers and assistance you can offer will be greatly appreciated![/li]
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