When you do open the cover, the main feature seems to be a glass coffin, and facing the rabbit is a large leopard. There are two crosses, but the rest of the picture is vague. In any event, the prevailing effect is one of doom and gloom.
Moreover, the very title of the album conjures up a surreal vision of abject misery; just imagine the volume of tears that would be needed just for one ton.
Inside, the left half of the cover is divided into four equal squares, each containing a black and white picture of a member of the band. All are heavily shadowed. The right side has a backgound of a blurred picture of the band seated, with a floorboard floor and a vase of flowers, together with written details of the band, tracks, production, etc Curiously, a time is given for every track except the last one, “Over the Green Hills Pt II”.