The obscure dance fanatic who lives and breathes underground dance music is catered for with this CD from Sony Music. In-house designer Leigh Smith used the visual pun of a camouflage rucksack for the sleeve of Sounds From The Irish Under Ground. The pun continues on the back, with the reference to the transport map. Smith is one of four designers at Sony’s graphics studio Blue.
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