The Most Groan-Worthy Album Title Puns In Music

  • reospeedwagon-youcantuneapiano

  • 20090517001654!Californication

  • Ozzy_Osbourne_Blizzard_of_Ozz-B000063DFT

  • blinktoypaj__74921_zoom

  • beastieboys-licensetoill-front

  • frank-zappa-sheik-yerbouti

  • 04228283642

  • 7b4dde82f70a8c95ffd92c9ed5a42a06

  • public_enemy_-_1994_muse_sick-n-hour_mess_age

  • Sebastian_Bach_-_Bring_’Em_Bach_Alive!

  • original_450

  • Nirvana-Hormoaning_(Ep)-Frontal

  • 593

  • aladdin_sane

  • MUDD1455

  • origin-of-the-feces

  • cover

  • Enema+of+the+State++HQ+PNG

  • 110437

  • FFTE_800

  • 41X+qHm5x6L

  • 51jgHK1iZPL

  • 51JqrXPvCFL

  • 1337475673

  • 1371303187954-cached

  • chic-1982-tongue_in_chic

  • Miles-Davis-Miles-Ahead-370353

  • Purpendicular-cover

  • WholeOats

  • 51rtw8D2CIL

By Frank Donovan

When an artist is finished recording an album and it’s time to give it a name, how can they desecrate their efforts with a pun? Were their dads in the studio? For whatever reason, musical wordplay has transcended era and genre, forcing fans to groan and hang their heads in shame. Ok, and crack a smile (don’t tell anyone).

We’ve assembled 30 punny album titles that run the gamut from innocuous (The BeatlesRubber Soul), to downright dirty (we’re looking at you, Blink-182–repeat offenders!) Check them out and prepare to sigh…and laugh, too.