Friday, January 11, 2008

Greatest Classical CD Covers EVER, Part V

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WIZARDS! WORKS!
All the people in your office you hate the most have gotten together to record an album.

THE 2 CONTRAS
Cover design by Hans and Franz.

BACH AND BASSOON
Fusilli Jerry plays Bach.

THE BASSOON BROTHERS - CAPTURED!
"The use of excessive force in the apprehension of the Bassoon Brothers has been approved."

WIZARDS! FANTASY FOR WIZARDS!
Double-reed disco music!

KNAUB/WOODS - SOUND WAVES
This cover is missing something - the Napoleon hat and the hand slipped in the vest. His previous album featured a close up of him in a straight jacket with his eyes crossed. He's like the classical Ray Stevens.

DENIS MATSUEV - UNKNOWN RACHMANINOFF
Straighten up, 6079 Matsuev D! Rachmaninoff is watching you on the telescreen.

WILLIAM MATHIAS - THE THREE STRING QUARTETS
"So what have you got for covers for the new Mathias CD? Talk to me."

"We were thinking of going with the disembodied head concept."

"Classic. Great. I love it."

"I'm not done! We've come up with something that'll really put it over the top."

"What's that?"

"He's purple."

"RUN WITH IT!"

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