This is a pretty reasonable (7/10) album sleeve from the Pussycat Dolls. As you can see, the band are on motorcycles and are riding over the names of different cities.
Allow us to decode the complex semiotics: THEY ARE GLOBALLY FAMOUS AND SHIT.
This would be quite a good sleeve for a live album. 'Doll Domination' is not a live album but, at 18 tracks, it's about as long as it takes to talk to the bus stop, wait for a bus, get on the bus, go to the train station, get on the train, travel to a venue, queue to get in, put your coat in, go to the bar, get a drink, find your seat, go for a piss, look at the merchandise stall, buy a t‑shirt and whistle, watch the gig, leave the venue, go for 'one drink' in a nearby public house, walk to the train station, wait for a train, travel back, wait for another bus, get on the bus, travel to your house, let yourself in, have a cup of tea, check your emails and then have a wank. Still, it's all about value for money, isn't it.