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Morrissey As a No Limit Gangsta Rapper?: The Awesome World of Fake No Limit CD Covers (Featuring Frank Zappa, Hall & Oates, They Might Be Giants and More Artists Who Could Use More Bling)

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Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 4:00 PM
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The wonderful Beautiful Decay blog dug up some amazing Photoshops from the pre-Twitter days of 2007 where some enterprising 'Shoopers redesigned some classic album covers applying the decadent aesthetics of early 2000s No Limit records.

Ever felt that Frank Zappa, Jefferson Airplane, They Might Be Giants, Hall & Oates needed much more bling and AK-47s on their album covers? Here's the answer to your prayers:

More amazing examples:

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And here is our conceptual favorite (see what they did there with the title?):

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