Jack Hudson and Lord Whitney create amazing series of imagined LP covers

Date
8 May 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

We were pretty chuffing excited when we found out that Jack Hudson was joining forces with Lord Whitney for a series of fictional record covers. That excitement went up a notch when we found out the title for said project was Mock N Roll because puns make us feel alive. And now the fruits of this collaboration are out? Well they’ve surpassed even our own sky-high expectations. Weird and wonderful doesn’t even come closer to describing this vibrant, silly and sometimes utterly bizarre series of bogus LPs which boast a compelling visual vernacular that runs throughout. An homage to the colour-saturated world of yesteryear, you can feel the fun Jack and Lord Whitney clearly had putting this together, particularly in naming the bands and albums.

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Cristo Martinez – Scarlet Fever

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Peter String – Dripping Sticky

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Dumb – Trigger

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Jerry King – The Damage Is Done

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Les Trois Anoraks – La Baleine

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Hank Doom – Hard Boiled

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Streetwolf – Tienes Fuego

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Dallas Swing – Silence is Golden

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Don Damage and the Stallions – Hot Doggin’ Dog

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Memo Memo – Candied Dream

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Jack Hudson/Lord Whitney: Bobby Coolfinger – Deluxe Finger

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Rob Alderson

Rob joined It’s Nice That as Online Editor in July 2011 before becoming Editor-in-Chief and working across all editorial projects including itsnicethat.com, Printed Pages, Here and Nicer Tuesdays. Rob left It’s Nice That in June 2015.

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