The cover consists of a tree with letter on the upper part.
The covers consist most part of pop songs in which the band transformed into a more symphonic oriented form.
The new cover of the sarcophagus consisted of a single large light grey granite slab.
The album's covers consisted of songs released through the decade of 1970-1980.
Its cover was designed by Rick Ward, and consists of a pop-art yellow number one on a red background.
Most covers consist of a single side of glossy paper.
The cover normally consists of one or two standard fire appliances with perhaps a rapid response or control vehicle.
The front cover consists of a collage referring to all 12 tracks.
The cover of the album consists of 15 small ads for imaginary companies.
The cover consists of a checkerboard-style grid of live still frames pulled from the video footage itself.