Notes: Here's an old Bowie album with an alternate cover. The usual cover has a black & white picture of Bowie on the front, not sure about the back. A great album full of nice guitar work and dark, clever lyrics. I'm sure there's been a little more interest in this record since the title tune was covered by Nirvana, but it can stand on its' own among other classics by David. There aren't any notes as to cover artist credits.
Here's some additional info sent in by Tom M:
The UK cover of the first release of The Man Who Sold the World,
on which Bowie is seen reclining in what he called a "man's
dress", was an early indication of his interest in exploiting
his androgynous appearance. The original US issue employed a cartoon-like
cover drawn by Bowie's friend Michael J. Weller, featuring the Cane
Hill mental asylum, while the 1971 German