Much like present-day Saudi Arabia, 80s Saudi Arabia wasn’t overly fond of breasts, nudity, or anything remotely controversial.
However, it was still possible to get hold of some decent sort-of-legal cassettes: it’s just that the cover art was, well, something else.
How about keeping the general theme, removing the legs and adding a picture of a 4-year-old blowing candles because… why the hell not?
Wouldn’t it look a lot better with a very tight and partially-transparent shirt casually drawn onto it?
Oh. Yes. Of course.
Ah, well, here’s the thing about this one - it’s actually a Led Zep cover, from 1976 album Presence. Look, here’s the original - perhaps the authorities didn’t like yachts?
Although the other odd thing is the track listing. It’s basically all the one, slightly obscure album - except with stuff that the producer thinks you might also like slapped onto the end.
Thanks to Street Semi-Legal Cassettes for the pictures, and to Saudi Arabia for being so creative with their censorship.