Not sure about the parody in "Wired," but the "Movies Rock" supplement to "New Yorker" magazine recently proposed these movie/album pairings:
Gone With The Wind (1939) + Revolution Of The Mind: Live At The Apollo, Vol. 3 (James Brown, 1971) = a good match.
Idiocracy (2006) + Oops! ... I Did It Again (Britney Spears, 2000) = no match (kinda makes me wonder what movie would be a good match for this album ...).
Last Tango in paris (1972) + All-Time Greatest Hits (Barry White, 1994) = excellent match.
The commentary that goes with each pairing is great! For example:
Last Tango In Paris: When Brando and Schneider first face each other, eyes locked, White sings, "I'm never gonna give you up." Brando grabs her. "Keep right on doin' it," sings White as the strangers kiss. Brando rips off Schneiders' stockings. What does White have to say about this? "Right on."