Sunday, 15 January 2017

World's most iconic album covers, Weatherfield-style

Here are some of the world's most iconic album covers, given a Coronation Street makeover by us today.

 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band meets the cast of Coronation Street.

Queen II by Queen as interpeted by our Corrie favourites when they were trapped inside Terry Duckworth's club.

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars meets the poster for Fat Brenda's stage play My flamin' life

 Animals by Pink Flloyd meets the chimney pots of Weatherfield

 Parallel Lines by Blondie meets the Connor clan

 In the Court of the Crimson King by King Crimson meets Fiz giving birth in Coronation Street.

 Led Zeppelin meets the Coronation Street tram crash.

The Division Bell by Pink Floyd meets Deirdre and Tracy Barlow.

21 by Adele meets a melancholy Elsie Tanner.

Can you think of any more classic albums that we can Corrie-fy? Leave a comment and we'll add the best ones to the blog post.

See also:  

Mad Men meets Weatherfield

Coronation Street look-a-likes

The Flintstones on Coronation Street

Tales of the (Salford) City

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Anonymous said...

Very creative!

Anonymous said...

Sir Peter Blake, who designed the Sgt Pepper's album cover, also did a limited edition Corrie version for the show's 30th anniversary. They were given to people who worked on the show.

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