The term "monster record" is thrown around all the time in hip-hop these days, despite the fact that T.I.'s rap sheet isn't actually that long. For vinyl turned into actual scary dinosaurs and stuff: Record Monster.
RM uses a laser cutter to etch old vinyl 45s and 33s into creature pieces you can then assemble "in about ten minutes", and is the unlikely brainchild of a team (who just met at SXSW a few weeks ago!) including a Boulder entrepreneur and a Ph.D. who specializes in "computer aided tissue engineering", though really, how hard is it to design the ones with aloe on them? All the units're shipped to your door as an intact record accompanied by a picture of what the end result should look like, so assembly just requires popping out/ fitting together the numbered pieces (generally around 25-30) in a process they claim is super easy and "not like an IKEA thing", meaning you don't have to know umlaut about construction. The project was Kickstarter'd to give 'em enough dough to build the first run (so the things don't actually ship out for a couple weeks), but initial orderable designs include an ant, a scary-ass mosquito perched and ready to attack, an especially bony stegosaurus, and a velociraptor that looks terrifying, in that placing it near a window will ensure Sam Neill shows up at your house to annoy you.
And for $5k, they'll create a special monster (imprinted with your company's logo) and give you 250 copies to distribute as "the classiest gift in the land" -- or to T.I., being told you can have "Whatever You Like" from the commissary.