10 Viral The Zombies Album Covers

Marlon M. Simpson

The Zombies are one of the most beloved bands in rock history. With a career that spans over five decades, they have produced numerous hits and made a significant impact on the music industry. However, what many fans often overlook is the artistic beauty of The Zombie’s album covers. Each album art is a masterpiece in its own right, and this article is dedicated to exploring and celebrating their incredible artwork.

The Zombies Greatest Hits Vinyl Release

The Zombies Greatest Hits Vinyl Release

Let’s start with the 2017 vinyl release of The Zombie’s Greatest hits. This beautifully designed album cover captures the essence of the band’s musical style and vibe. The image features a mesmerizing black and white portrait of the band members, with the iconic Zombie’s logo in bold font. The intelligent blend of black and white gives the album cover a perfect edgy and sophisticated tone.

The Zombies plan a slew of reissues & new book to celebrate ‘Odessey’

The Zombies plan a slew of reissues & new book to celebrate Odessey

This album cover’s a book rather than a record cover with the Zombies band members featured on the front. This incredible artwork for the book celebrates the band’s Odessey and Oracle album on its 50th anniversary. The combination of blue and white creates an interesting contrast that captures the mood and tone of the album. The album cover’s design is simple yet sophisticated, perfect for portraying the history and journey of the band and album.

The Zombies Self-Titled Album

The Zombies - The Zombies (Vinyl)

The Zombies self-titled album was released in the 60s, and its album cover is a piece of art. The cover artwork is an original painting by Terry Quirk, which features a Victorian-era couple enjoying a stroll on a beach. The beautiful seaside setting and the vivid colors capture the mood and tone of the album, giving it a classic and timeless feel. The vibrant colors make this album cover stand out and represent the optimistic and carefree nature of the album.

Marlon M. Simpson

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