Framed Vintage Record Album Cover – Rolling Stones Tattoo You
This is an actual vintage album cover containing the original vinyl record album. It has been mounted in a black plastic frame with a glass front and is ready for you to hang on your wall.
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The Rolling Stones, considered by some to be the greatest rock and roll band still in existense, have just celebrated their 50th anniversity. This legendary rock and roll band from England has been indomitable force on the music scene through the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and into the twenty-first century. The band set a standard for live performances that few bands have reached and is an achievement that has defined the Rolling Stones from the group’s beginning at the Marquee Club in 1962. The Rolling Stones have won a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and are in the Rock and Roll Hall of Frame.
This platinum album from 1981 was the last Rolling Stone’s album to make it to the top of the Billboard Charts. Composed mainly of unfinished songs that were not used on previous albums, this album still managed to find success with both the critics and the rock and roll fans. The album includes two of the Rolling Stone’s biggest hits “Start Me Up” and “Waiting on a Friend”.
Tattoo You is included on the Rolling Stone magazine’s list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
In 1982 this album cover won a Grammy Award in the category of best album package for the design. The cover was designed by famous graphic designer Peter Corriston. Hubert Kretzschmar was the photographer. Christian Piper did the illustrations on the album cover.
SONGS ON THE ALBUM
1 Start Me Up
2 Hang Fire
4 Little T&A
5 Black Limousine
7 Worried About You
10 No Use in Crying
11 Waiting on a Friend
The product measures 12 7/8 inches x 12 7/8 inches x 3/4 inch and weights approximately 3 lbs.
The item shown in the photograph is the actual album cover that you will receive. This is a vintage product and both the album cover and the record have signs of wear. This product is sold as a decorative collectible and not as a playable record album. As such there is no assurance that the vinyl record itself is in a condition that would allow you to enjoy the music if you played it.