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My original LP (RCA, PL 14383, Germany 1982) has a cover with something looking like water (sweat?) on human skin. Discogs seems to indicate that this was also the case for the original US album, and that the image currently shown as cover art (File:Hall Oates H2O.jpg) was only introduced with the 2004 CD reissue (it is actually on the back cover of my LP). So unless someone contest within the next few days I will look for an image of the original LP cover and upload it, per WP:ALBUM. – IbLeo (talk) 21:58, 19 June 2009 (UTC)
Done - I also added a section that explains all this in an attempt to save the CD cover image from deletion. – IbLeo (talk) 21:39, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
Not true - the US vinyl/cassette cover was the picture of Hall and Oates facing each other with no text (which I bought when it came out). AFAIK, the skin photo with title was used for some non-US releases, where Hall and Oates were less well known. ProhibitOnions(T) 10:56, 23 August 2012 (UTC)