Tuesday Tunes: Favorite rock album titles

Source: amazon.com

Here’s my list of favorite album titles. Some are fun, some are poignant or thought-provoking, and some are just plain weird. If you have others that you feel should be included, please feel free to pass them along. Enjoy!

  1. Logic Will Break Your Heart (2003) – The Stills – truer words were never spoken. The cd itself has cool art on it too – (see below).
  2. Toys in the Attic (1975) – Aerosmith – love this title as if it’s a storehouse of great memories from our youth.
  3. Nothin’ Really Matters and What If It Did? (1980) – John Mellencamp – great sarcasm, especially when paired with the album cover.

Source: amazon.com

4. Dark Side of the Moon (1973) – Pink Floyd

5. Breakfast in America (1979) – Supertramp

6. A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987) – Pink Floyd

7. Get Your Wings (1974) – Aerosmith – great title as an introduction the band even though it was their second release

8. A Night at the Opera (1975) – Queen

9. Transmissions  from the Satellite Heart (1993)- The Flaming Lips

10. You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can’t Tuna Fish (1978) – REO Speedwagon

11. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967) – The Beatles

12. Surrealistic Pillow (1967) – Jefferson Airplane – I want one!

13. Beauty and the Beat (1981) – The Go-Go’s – nice twist on another title

14. She’s So Unusual (1983) – Cyndi Lauper

15. The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society (1968) – The Kinks

Source: fanart.tv.com

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