I present this case, as the following to support my argument.
The following link is a discussion of McCartney and Wilson's take on their own work and how they had pushed each other. Creatively.
The melding of these two albums - track for track, with almost no regard for such trivial elements as rhythm, melody, or even common sense comes to my ear as delecate as the melding of a Ford Festiva and a MACK truck.
As the creator of such an abstract piece, Clayton Counts at least recognizes how the mere existence of such a work could create a rift in the time-space continuum. And mounds and mounds of hate mail that is not spelled correctly. My vision is of someone mashing the keys so hard with blurred rage that only 45% of the words are even coherent. Much like track 3, 'That's not Lucy.'
So the question posed, can Mr. Counts attempt a Smile/White Album? Why not glue a monkey head onto a donkey? We can do it. We have the technology.
Is it ethical?