gatefold

noun
gate·fold | \ ˈgāt-ˌfōld \

Definition of gatefold 

: foldout especially : one with a single fold that opens out like a gate

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And the reissue sleeve, with band photo, in on the inside gatefold. Ed Masley, azcentral, "10 Record Store Day 2018 exclusives worth considering," 12 Apr. 2018 Jones can be seen in the gatefold of the LP standing in the lobby. Andrew Dansby, Houston Chronicle, "'Home Improvement' actor, Bob Dylan drummer Mickey Jones dies," 7 Feb. 2018 Sales may have been helped by its release on vinyl, as a gatefold double picture disc (list price: $40). Ben Sisario, New York Times, "Luke Bryan Is Latest Challenger to Hold Off Taylor Swift for No. 1," 18 Dec. 2017 Mann's Mental Illness was named best LP cover, while Cooper's Live From The Astroturf was best 45 single package and UNKLE's The Road, Part 1 was best gatefold. Gary Graff, Billboard, "Alice Cooper, Aimee Mann and UNKLE Win Big at Returning Alex Awards," 7 Nov. 2017 Nothing beats plopping down on a rug, opening an LP gatefold and poring over liner notes the old fashioned way, but shoot, time's have changed. Marc Schneider, Billboard, "Tidal Begins Adding Liner Notes to Albums and Songs," 3 Nov. 2017 Inside the album’s gatefold, fish-eye photos of the band were placed in Alice’s eyes. Marc Myers, WSJ, "The Story Behind Alice Cooper’s First Hit, ‘Eighteen’," 17 July 2017 Sony Music will also issue a physical version of the LP which contains a gatefold vinyl LP, digipak CD and a special limited-edition soundcarrier with a 32-page hardcover book featuring photos from the recording sessions. Lars Brandle, Billboard, "Stream Harry Styles' Debut Solo Album," 12 May 2017 On the gatefold spread of the original LP, the super-serious band posed in front of a lone Joshua Tree – Dan Deluca, Philly.com, "U2's 'Joshua Tree' was born into Ronald Reagan's America. Does it speak to Donald Trump's?," 15 June 2017

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1946, in the meaning defined above

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