10 Top Collection Album Covers With Dogs

Marlon M. Simpson

If you’re a music fanatic who also happens to love dogs, you’re in luck. Over the years, there have been a variety of album covers featuring our four-legged friends. From classic rock to modern indie, dogs have been depicted in all kinds of creative ways. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the most iconic album covers with dogs:

Diamond Dogs by David Bowie

Diamond Dogs album cover by David Bowie

Released in 1974, David Bowie’s Diamond Dogs is an album that tackles dystopia and decadence. The album cover features a striking image of a dog-man hybrid, created by Belgian artist Guy Peellaert. This unsettling image perfectly captures the album’s themes of a future world gone mad. The cover has become so iconic that it has been referenced in various films, TV shows, and other forms of media.

Rick Springfield’s Working Class Dog

Working Class Dog album cover by Rick Springfield

Released in 1981, Rick Springfield’s Working Class Dog is an album that propelled the Australian singer to fame in the US. The album cover features a photograph of his beloved dog, Ronnie, who passed away shortly before the album’s release. The image of Ronnie, with his head tilted and tongue out, perfectly captures the joy and energy of the album’s songs.

Blur’s Parklife

Parklife album cover by Blur

Released in 1994, Blur’s Parklife is an album that perfectly captures the spirit of British culture in the 90s. The album cover features a photograph of a greyhound, dressed in a stylish coat and standing in front of a council estate. The image perfectly captures the album’s themes of class divide and working-class life.

Marlon M. Simpson

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