From Oasis to The Beatles — we give basic album covers a makeover to adjust to social distancing



WHAT’S the story? Effectively, coronavirus, primarily – however at the least it appears from these reworked basic album covers that our music stars are heeding official recommendation and holding at the least two metres aside.

The jokey covers – together with Oasis’s (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? – are by US design company Activista. Katy Docherty picks a few of the greatest.

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Fleetwood Mac

 

GO YOUR OWN WAY  . . . ideally away from everybody else, say Fleetwood Mac on 1977 album Rumours

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Oasis

GO AWAYSIS . . . the Gallagher bros’ 1995 album didn’t embody the tune Stand By Me – for apparent causes

The Beatles

LONELIER HEARTS CLUB . . . The Beatles comply with pointers with slightly assist from fewer of their associates in 1967

Future’s Baby

DESTINY’S EXILED . . . Beyonce, Kelly and Michelle attempt not-very-close concord on Future Fulfilled in ’04

U2

U2-METRE DISTANCE . . . with or with out flu, Bono and co aren’t taking any dangers on 1987’s The Joshua Tree

N.W.A.

NW-AWOL . . . The rappers comply with Dr Dre’s orders on 1988 LP Straight Outta Compton

Kiss

KISS GOODBYE . . . seems like New York’s heavy rockers have parted firm on 1976 album Destroyer

Simon and Garfunkel

APART GARFUNKEL  . . . the folkie and his companion Paul Simon act out the title of their ’68 LP Bookends

The Seaside Boys

HEALTH SURF-ICE . . . a 1963 album by the Seaside Boys, who additionally sang I Get Round – which isn’t suggested


Pearl Jam

DON’T SPREAD IT . . . Pearl Jam’s 1991 LP Ten was not concerning the most variety of bathroom rolls per buyer


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