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Halloween is here... so we've rifled through the record collection for a selection of the most freaky and disturbing LP sleeves ever concocted.
Eeew. Just what is all THIS about?
Just plain disturbing.
The Thin White Duke has a bit of a moment on a bathroom floor. Or something more horrible is happening...
What goes on in Wayne Coyne's mind. Ulp.
Believe it or not, this figure was actually an American kids' toy called "The Visible Woman". Urgh.
An early album by the alternative legends. There's even a song called Halloween on it!
It's all gone a bit "The Shining" for the lads from Ealing.
What is this bizarre bird-faced semi-human apparition?
Black Francis and co's last album to date features this weird sheeps' eyes landscape.
This skull-headed robot will destroy us all!
The US proto-grunge legends had some freakishly off-putting sleeves.
This is a photo of the late Japanese dancer, Kazuo Ohno. We're sure he was very talented, but this photo doesn't half give us the creeps.
What's that staring over your shoulder, young man…? Eeek!
This man is quite clearly insane. And this is when he's not sneaking around with a woman's body.
The Fab Four concocted this visual nightmare for an American album as an "art statement". Label bosses freaked out and quickly banned the sleeve.
Scary masks leering out at you from the darkness? It's a long way from Boys Don't Cry.
Cybernetic man-boobs? Not in front of the children, please!
Oh my word! Someone put the night light on!
What's happening here? A condemned man levitating? Or something?
Maiden mascot Eddie reveals the true power behind the dark throne.
If you're scared of creepy crawlies, this one will give you the heebie-jeebies.
Creeping around the black country, this witchy-looking woman inadvertently invents heavy metal.