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CD Packaging of the Week: Sigur Ros- ()


This may not be one of the best albums of the Icelandic post-rock band, Sigur Ros, but the artwork is too wonderful that people purchase it just for the artwork alone (not that their music is bad). Just like the music of Sigur Ros, the album packaging has this icy, distant, removed feel. Kind of transports you to Iceland or on top of an iceberg. Brrr.

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Artist: Sigur Rós
Album: ( )
Label: FatCat Records
Year: 2002
Designer: Alex Torrance , D.C. , Sigur Rós

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