Build yourself an album cover

I simply had to join this CD Cover Meme :) – found first at Fearblog, and e.g. the Dia-Blog has some links, and there’s a large Flickr pool, too.

It works like this:

And be so honest and really take the immediate results without reloading. Then put it all together, and this is my result:

original photo – Jael, if you don’t want me to use it for this just-for-fun purpose, sorry, just let me know and I’ll remove it. — Original quote from Woody Allen: “Eternal nothingness is fine if you happen to be dressed for it.”)

You don’t have to record music of your own, of course. (Phew!) Now anyone who wants may take this baton and create his/her own random album…


PS: The evaluation of my “Music 2007” blog carnival that ended yesterday should be done by tomorrow, at most on Thursday. And tomorrow will see the next instalment of my Music Quiz series.

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  1. jL

    Whoa, das sieht echt cool aus. Hat was von Asobi Seksu.

    Tipp: wenn du das Cover hier einreichst, kannst du einen tollen Kalender gewinnen!

  2. c

    Ja, da hatte ich wohl Glück mit dem Zufall… (abgesehen von der fehlenden CC-Lizenz *hust*)

    Meinen Namensvetter werd ich dann gleich mal informieren. :)

  3. T

    Hey deins könnt sogar echt ein Albumcover sein ;)

  4. c

    Och, deines aber auch (nur quadratisch zuschneiden müsste man es noch). :)

  5. S

    Oh, da bin ich dabei. Hier ist meins :oops:

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