Dark and Disrespectful: A Conversation with Greg Wooten

You’ve probably seen them too, while flipping through bins at the library sale or the Salvation Army: album covers that have been altered in some way. For one reason or another, there are a lot of them out there: whether it’s a singer’s face, or an illustrator’s concept, or some other carefully-chosen design that has been scribbled on, augmented, obscured, or otherwise defaced. The artwork ranges from crude to expert; the writing tends toward lovers’ initials, song lyrics, slogans, and opinions as to the quality of the music inside the sleeve. Maybe, if you’re lucky, you’ve happened across an unusual one: painted, or collaged, or highlighted with an eraser, or simply executed with a little e

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