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Listen | Kat Von D announces debut album with 'Exorcism'
Listen | Kat Von D announces debut album with ‘Exorcism’
Kat Von D unveils the announcement of a new album with the release of her debut single and video for ‘Exorcism’.
‘Exorcism’ marks the first track from her anticipated debut album, “Love Made Me Do It”.
“I wrote ‘Exorcism’ after having binged on every exorcist movie that ever existed,” said Kat. “I loved the idea of…
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“Some Great Reward,” a studio album by Depeche Mode
Sleeve photography by Brian Griffin
Design by David A. Jones, Mark Higenbottam, and Martyn Atkins of T&CP Associates
Mute Records released “Some Great Reward” on September 24, 1984. It was released in the US on the Sire label. Pictured is the US front cover artwork photographed by Brian Griffin. 
Griffin was brought up amid fiery skylines and smoky aromas at Lye, England. It was once dubbed the “workshop of the world.” 
He now lives with his wife, Brynja Sverrisdóttir, a former model from Iceland, in London's docklands surrounded by those who earn their substantial living in the new powerhouse of the British economy, the City. 
It was rather different in 1972 when Griffin emerged from Manchester College of Art, aged 24, having become a mature student after a few years as a trainee draftsman in Birmingham. He worked for a few months at the Round Oak steelworks in Brierley Hill to earn some money. 
"Just before they pulled it down, I used (the building) as the backdrop for the cover of Depeche Mode's album, ‘Some Great Reward,’ because I wanted to give it a bit of status," he says. "When I opened my bedroom curtains as a boy, the night sky would be glowing red from its furnaces." 
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 “Some Great Reward,” Depeche Mode, http://archives.depechemode.com/discography/albums/05_somegreatreward.html. Accessed 15 May 2021.
 Arnot, Chris. “Back in focus: photographer celebrates the Black Country.” The Guardian, 4 May 2011, https://www.theguardian.com/society/2011/may/04/black-country-brian-griffin-exhibition. Accessed 15 May 2021.
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