Your favorite album title

Chet Atkins Picks on the Beatles

Sorry, I had to mention more than one :o

Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence (Dream Theater)
Oui Avant-Garde á Chance (Skyclad)
The Silent Whales of Lunar Sea (Skyclad)
Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying (Megadeth)
Psychoschizophrenia (Lillian Axe)
One Hour by the Concrete Lake (Pain of Salvation)
Rabbit Don’t Come Easy (Helloween) (the album cover shows someone trying to pull a rabbit out of a hat)

and last but not least…

To Hell With the Devil (Stryper) :slight_smile:

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Awesome! I remember some of those titles. Love Dream Theater! Lillian Axe is another band I like. Completely forgot about Stryper.

“I have always thought in the back of my mind, Cheese and onions!”

Thought of another one

Toby Mac “Welcome to Diverse City”

Too Old to Rock ‘n’ Roll: Too Young to Die! - Jethro Tull

Drastic Plastic - Be Bop Deluxe

Rocket To Russia - The Ramones

More Songs About Buildings and Food - Talking Heads

Blonde On Blonde - Bob Dylan

Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan

The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys - Traffic

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Led Zeppelin’s 4th album, (often incorrectly called: “Led Zeppelin IV”)

4 symbols and zoso as well

RockLobster - I am a huge Weird Al fan! In fact, my signature line comes from one of his more recent songs.

Personally one of my favorite album titles is “Imagine” (by John Lennon of course) just because I love the concept and it’s one of my favorite words.

I also like Everclear’s “Songs from an American Movie Pt. 1: Learning How to Smile” Great album! A favorite of mine hands down and worth a listen if you’re into 1990’s Alternative. :slight_smile:

“Do I have to spell it out?”

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Nuclear Fishing

Ozark Mountain Daredevils

Even Worse- Weird Al Yankovic

The White Album - Beatles
Best album ever…we have a master recording on vinyl…

Yes, that has to be one of the funniest album titles ever!

How about this one:
Rage Against the Machine: Battle of Los Angeles

In a similar vein, there’s Peter Schickele’s ‘The Wurst of P.D.Q. Bach’ and ‘The Worst of Monte Cazazza’ (very much lives up to its name… it’s pretty much unlistenable, and intentionally so).

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