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In the late ‘60s even The Stones - usually relied on to provide throbbing sex appeal - went a bit surreal.
This album cover was the work of off-centre graphic designer Robert Brownjohn and shows the record being played while cakes and pizzas queue on the record spike. This makes more sense when you know that the original title for the album was Automatic Changer.
Bonus trivia: The cakes on the album cover were made by the then-unknown cookery writer Delia Smith.