25 worst album titles of all time, from David Bowie to Cher

Including Gorillaz, Ghostface Killah and Led Zeppelin

Kieran Read
Saturday 07 December 2019 14:01
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First impressions are everything. The music it contained could literally heal all of the world’s problems, and you still probably wouldn't give an album called If You Can't Lick 'Em... Lick 'Em a chance.

Whether it’s terrible puns or baffling grammatical errors, not even the greatest musicians (The Beatles, David Bowie, Sonic Youth) are immune to having some complete clunkers.

Below, we pay homage to some of the worst album titles in history.

Click through the below gallery to see what made the list.

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