Peel slowly and see... Andy Warhol's classic album cover from the record that was punk before people knew what to call it. In 1967 four NYC low lifes, Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison, and Moe Tucker, would come together to make one of rock and roll's seminal albums. And right behind them would be the original King of Pop, Andy Warhol, with an appropriately Cryptic (and racy) image to sum it all up. It made a great record cover, and for that matter it makes a snappy shirt. Wear one and get in-the-know nods from people in the know and confused stares from the squares.