The Top 10 Gayest Album Covers Of All Time?

“Hot Streets” (Chicago, 1978)
“Lovesexy” (Prince, 1988)
“Push Push” (Herbie Mann, 1971)
“Live It Up” (Crosby, Stills, & Nash, 1990)
“Return To Pooh Corner” (Kenny Loggins, 1994)

“My Beauty” (Kevin Rowland, 1999)
“Let Me Touch Him” (The Minister’s Quartet, 1956)
Anthology (Manowar, 1997)
At Play with the Playmates (The Playmates, 1958)
Making and Dreaming (Orleans, 1976)

Via Vintage Everyday

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~ by The 1955 Hudson on July 11, 2011.

7 Responses to “The Top 10 Gayest Album Covers Of All Time?”

  1. I’m curious to see if you get any comments on this one. 🙂

  2. Sigh……I don’t know why this surprises me Micheal. You spend a lot of time on this didn’t you?

  3. I’m STILL doing that after all these years??? Sorry Mikey. XOX : )

  4. I definitely agree with most of these. But some of them are more….utterly disturbing than gay.

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