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Some albums are not just iconic, but their cover artwork is as well. Plenty of groups have released album covers with homages to more famous album covers. Sources for parody covers tend to be parody albums based on a performer (like Weird Al spoofing Nirvana), tribute albums, and sometimes the rip off is unintentional (designers with a limited design vocabulary). In some cases like the Clash's "London Calling", the copy becomes copied over time to the point where I'm sure some people aren't even aware of the original anymore.

Albums are arranged by the name of the original album that was parodied. If you want to make a parody cover of your own, I recommend checking out amIright's Visitor Created Album Covers section. Also check out the list of the most parodied album covers.

Index

Oasis Definitely Maybe
Oasis
1 Parody Cover.
Ohio Express Beg, Borrow and Steal
Ohio Express
1 Parody Cover.
The Ohio Players Angel
The Ohio Players
2 Parody Covers.
Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells
Mike Oldfield
1 Parody Cover.
Old & in the Way Old & In the Way
Old & in the Way
1 Parody Cover.
Orgy Conspiracy Captain Milkshakes Ultra Bachelor Pad
Orgy Conspiracy
3 Parody Covers.
Origin A Coming Into Existence
Origin
9 Parody Covers.
Orleans Waking and Dreaming
Orleans
3 Parody Covers.
John Ottman The Usual Suspects
John Ottman
1 Parody Cover.

Submissions!

We're always looking for more album cover parodies. If you want to submit an album cover for a particular page, check out the page and look for the submission link at the bottom of the page. If you know of an album that has a parody image for it that isn't listed above, send an email to ChuckyG.

Disclaimer

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