Hilariously awesome album covers recreated in MS Paint

To pay homage to one of the most basic, but possibly most used bits of free creative software here are a collection of album art re-created in Paint. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Another hip-hop classic lovingly recreated in Paint. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
The image captures the band members and is neatly repainted, curly hair, spotty ties and all by this MS Paint artist. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Debut album by the Ramones captures the punk rock band leaning up against a wall. This impressive recreation is actually impressively close to the original. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
For fans of the band, this homage to the artwork will strike a chord as the original album cover itself could easily have been created in MS Paint too. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Another tribute to a classic album from a ground-breaking group. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
"All Eyez on Me" was the fourth and final studio album by Tupac Shakur (aka 2Pac) released before his death in 1996. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Here the MS Paint artist has recreated the image, but added a touch of colour and glamour to her jumper. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
This iconic image of David Bowie sees him with a lightning bolt painted across his face and is regarded as one of his most well-known images. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Perhaps the most well-known album cover of all time, Abbey Road by The Beatles was the band's 11th album released in 1969. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
A simple piece of album artwork was simply recreated in this classic piece of MS Paint mastery and we're sure that Bruce Springsteen would approve. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
We're not sure this album cover does the original justice, though to be fair the original artwork was nearly was just as simple.  (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
This re-creation in MS Paint is actually surprisingly close to the original cover and well done too. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
An excellent tribute to the album that shot Iron Maiden to heavy metal fame. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Another classically endearing homage to an award-winning debut album. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Widely regarded as one of the greatest debut albums in the history of rock music, "You are experienced" was the first album by the Jimi Hendrix Experience. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
The MS Paint version is somewhat scarier than the original, but just as colourful and easily recognisable. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
We're glad computers don't look like this anymore, but we're impressed by the recreation this MS Paint artist managed to pull off. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
The MS Paint tribute appears to cast a sadness over Jackson's face that wasn't there in the original photography. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
2004 studio album by Morrissey sees him wielding a Tommy gun and was released by the appropriately named record label "Attack". (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
Andy Warhol's pop-art was often so simple that this tribute created in MS Paint could easily be mistaken for the real thing. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
The iconic baby swimming, apparently enthralled by money on a fishing line can be seen wonderfully recreated here in MS Paint. (image credit: Public Collectors/www.publiccollectors.org)
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