Virgin Killer is the fourth studio album by German rock band Scorpions. It was released in and was the band's first album to attract attention outside Europe. As a result, the album was re-issued with a different cover in some countries. In December , the image again gave rise to controversy when the British Internet Watch Foundation placed certain pages from Wikipedia on its internet blacklist, since it considered the image to be "potentially illegal" under the Protection of Children Act
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Virgin Killer is the fourth studio album by the German heavy metal band Scorpions. It was released in and was the first album of the band to attract attention outside Europe. The title is described as being a reference to time as the killer of innocence, this is the original cover featured a nude prepubescent girl, which stirred controversy. Note: the above pictures are photos of the actual album and allow you to judge the quality of cover. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.
Over the years there have been many record albums or CDs released with what was deemed to be controversial or offensive cover artwork. It should be noted that none of these were banned by legal order; these decisions were made purely for commercial reasons. Criteria for this list is that the cover in question must have been actually printed up and released, and due to an outcry, was either altered or outright banned for later releases.