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I always liked 'Cargo', the second Men At Work album title, even though I've never actually heard the record. It just seemed like an ideal album name for a gigging band doing lots of international touring to break themselves, which they were at the time.
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Oh yeah, and I'm a Clutch Cargo fan, too. Egads, anyone remember him?
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the scaramanga six: "the liar, the bitch & her wardrobe"

best album title. ever.
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PIL - album
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vicus wrote:PIL - album
--- Hmmm, yeah. Corporate rock in the 80s.
.... there is no semblance of rock 'n roll around here!
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Ministry's "Dark Side Of The Spoon" is quite amusing.
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markfiend wrote:Ministry's "Dark Side Of The Spoon" is quite amusing.
Ministry albums generally have quite amusing titles...as do RevCo...

fave album title of all time?...

First & Last & Always...if only it had been :wink: :innocent: :notworthy:
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The Butthole Surfers - Psychic, Powerless Another Man's Sac
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Skyclad - Think back and lie of England
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markfiend wrote:Ministry's "Dark Side Of The Spoon" is quite amusing.
easily the best album title ever. From that odd couple came as well "In case you didn't feel like showing up live", "Tapes of Wrath" and "Houses of the molé"

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Ass Cobra, Apocalypse Dudes, Scxandinavian Leather, Party Animal, Darkness Forever - all by Turbonegro

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I like Sticky Fingers...it just suits the Stones so well.
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Brideoffrankenstein wrote:Skyclad - Think back and lie of England
Most of their album titles in fact:

A Burnt Offering For The Bone Idol
The Silent Whales Of Lunar Sea
Irrational Anthems
Oui Avant-garde A Chance
Vintage Whine
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lazarus corporation wrote:Dirt, Extremities and Various Repressed Emotions

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"Do You Like My Tight Sweater?" - Moloko, springs to mind. And top album as well, if you don't own it, why?

And, having just been MADE AWARE of Half Man Half Biscuit, I do rather like "Trouble Over Bridgwater"... :lol:
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James Blast wrote:The Butthole Surfers - Psychic, Powerless Another Man's Sac
and "locust abortion technician";"electric larry-land" and,of course"hairway to steven" :lol: (have you been on their forum though?-'s dull as ditch water)
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Dry Humping The Cash Cow - Alice Donut
The Untidy Suicides Of Your Degenerate Children - Alice Donut
Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy - The Who
Back in the DHSS - Half Man Half Biscuit
Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To - Spacemen 3
Pictures of Starving Children Sell Records - Chumbawumba

plus just about every Foetus/Jim Thirlwell release ever
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One of the best is... Throbbing Gristle's 20 JazzFunkGreats

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eastmidswhizzkid wrote:
James Blast wrote:The Butthole Surfers - Psychic, Powerless Another Man's Sac
and "locust abortion technician";"electric larry-land" and,of course"hairway to steven" :lol: (have you been on their forum though?-'s dull as ditch water)
and who can forget the laugh fest that is Cream Corn From The Socket of Davis :D
not been on their forum, I'd have expected it to be full of tripping axe weilding homicidal maniacs
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i can only assume that it's an american thing that i just cant be bothered to get-no offence intended to any transatlantic heartlanders-theyve got a whole forum set aside for slaging each other off,and some of 'em get reet shirty!i read one guy being character-assassinated for having nothing better to do than sit online allday adding to his 8000+ posts!so they'ld love you eh mr blast :lol:
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