Ridiculous Album Covers of 1970s Swedish Bands

Stylish beards, satin outfits, blocky fonts and some of the most hideous fashion you’re ever likely to see, it’s all here and more, designed to make your eyes bleed. Collected and uploaded to the almighty internet by Herr Dryck.




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  1. Anonymous March 20, 2019

    “Omega” were Hungarian band, not Swedish.

  2. Anonymous April 24, 2019

    Yeah Omega cover differ significantly from these category of swedish music album covers.
    Clothes were exaclty the same, then the bands reduce the tax bc they could be purchased as working clothes. Clever. Omega cover is something else.

  3. Matt April 26, 2019

    Aren’t these 5 same dudes over and over again?

  4. Gréti April 27, 2019

    19. picture: Omega was formed in Budapest in September 1962.
    Their 1969 song “Gyöngyhajú lány – Pearls in her Hair” became an international hit and was later covered by Scorpions and in 2013 Kanye West used the song in a sample for his track “New Slaves”.

  5. Anonymous June 7, 2019

    No wonder ABBA got so popular, they had whole two girls in their band

  6. Anonymous July 15, 2019

    It seems like everyone was not good looking in the 70’s

  7. Anonymous August 28, 2019

    Not a woman amongst them. Battle of the bulge :)

  8. Anonymous August 28, 2019

    In the 70’s, you could make a tax reduce for your working clothes, if you only used them at work- the gigs, sts. Btw, their kind of music matches their outfits!

  9. Timbo September 3, 2019

    My eyes hurt. And so does my brain.

  10. Anonymous March 19, 2020

    This helps me have a deeper understanding of the Hives

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