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Thursday, October 11, 2007

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melissa

I think that by not having one yet it's even more special. Sure, album covers are sometimes wonderful and I can't imagine certain albums without them, but I think that in a way because this is a special experiment that seems to really be more about the music, it seems more appropriate to be without one.

eskaton

album covers are available here:

http://www.greenplastic.com/news/archives/2007/10/in-rainbows-alb.php

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