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The Record Books

These London-born faux-books imagine various classic albums as "the title of a novel or reference", creating (then appropriately aging) such works as the OK Computer manual, Robert A. Zimmerman's '50s pulp Blood On The Tracks, and, from "Oasis Books", the crucified religious parable Morning Glory (what's the story?), presumably reducing Liam to the status of "Just-Jesus" from his pedestal of "Bigger Than".