Banksy’s spoof of Paris Hilton’s debut album is up for auction

A 2006 parody where Banksy and Danger Mouse remixed the album's tracks

In 2006, Banksy and Danger Mouse “reinterpreted” Paris Hilton’s debut album, Paris.

The duo remixed the record’s tunes, gave the tracks new titles, and even changed the cover artwork and booklet. In 2006, only 500 copies were distributed to 48 record stores across the UK, but now a copy of the rare album has been discovered and will be put up for auction, according to TMZ.
 


The spoof album is set to sell for over $2,000 at the auction on January 9th. Don’t forget, the latest Banksy art that was auctioned off self-destructed, so watch out potential buyers.

Check out a rip of Banksy and Danger Mouse’s remix of Paris below.