Lost Covers, Vol. 6

Some things never change. A sort of mantra that was sitting on top of one of my first websites. And I guess it is just like that. But some things do change and here are six that have changed over time on HQCovers.   Making a virtue of necessity Back in the early 2000s, I started making my own soundtrack covers due to the lack of high quality artwork available. This whole thing really was born out of necessity. Over time I’ve more and more started tackling soundtrack that I don’t even have. And by now I mainly do it…

Lost Covers, Vol. 4

Man, has it really been this long already? Last week HQCovers has officially turned five. By now it has learned to write its own name and has become extremely picky when it comes to dress up in the morning. Also, its extended warranty has now expired, so your chance to file a complaint is officially over ;-) I deliberately didn’t parade this anniversary, because this blog is essentially the digital extension of my own self and thus doesn’t like to stand in the spotlight. Instead I once again let the art speak for itself. I’m actually publishing Vol. 4 of this ongoing thing,…

“Game of Thrones” by Ramin Djawadi

Bringing out a so-called Complete Collection midway through a TV series that apparently has many more seasons to come is always a divisive and for fans often times frustrating affair. Especially if it comes with previously unreleased tracks thrown in between the original content. On the other hand, it’s Christmas time and some company’s net profit need to be increased. What better way to be in the black than to release something old repackaged in something new. This time the new comes in a handy collector’s box that houses all score albums released up to that time in slim digipacks (plus…