Gallery Wrapped on a 1.5" Stretcher Bar
Includes Hanging Wire or Hanging Hooks
The album sleeve was designed by Steve Averill, and the band developed the idea for it from the record's "imagery, and cinematic location" in the desert. The initial concept for the sleeve was to represent where the desert met civilization, and accordingly, one of the provisional titles for the album was The Desert Songs. They asked their photographer Anton Corbijn to search for locations in the United States that would capture this. For the shoot, Corbijn rented a panoramic camera to capture more of the desert landscapes, but having no prior experience with the camera, he was unfamiliar with how to focus it. This led to him focusing on the background and leaving the band slightly out of focus.
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