Underground British post-punk act Television Personalities put an angelic baby face at the center of the collage on the cover of their 1982 album, 'Mummy You're Not Watching Me.' The Pop Art piece, which makes references to Jack Kerouac, the Who, Mick Jagger and others, seems to be making some sort of statement on the loss of innocence and celebrity culture in modern society -- or maybe we're just reading to much into it?