10. Sugababes: Taller In More Ways (2005)
However much you think about it, this title never quite makes sense.
9. Steps: Steptacular (1999)
Obvious, clunky and, worst of all, it probably kept Pete Waterman chuckling for days.
Translation: a shoddy new studio set coupled with an essential greatest hits collection in one prohibitively expensive package.
7. Sum 41: All Killer No Filler (2001)
If only the Canadian pop punkers had the tunes to back up their bravado...
6. Ozzy Osbourne: Ozzmosis (1995)
Actually, on second thoughts, we quite like this punning title.
5. Blink 182: Enema of the State (2001)
Unlike this one, which is a touch too scatological for our tastes.
4. Alanis Morissette: Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (1998)
If you think the title's a bit wordy, just wait 'til you hear her lyrics.
Crass, puerile and thoroughly unamusing: like band, like album title, eh?
2. Beyoncé: B-Day (2006)
The French are particularly tickled by her inadvertent double entendre, we presume.
1. Fiona Apple: When The Pawn hits the conflicts he thinks like a king, what he knows throws the blows when he goes to the fight, and he'll win the whole thing before he enters the ring, there's no body to batter when your mind is your might, so when you go solo, you hold your own hand, and remember that depth is the greatest of heights, and if you know where you stand, then you know where to land, and if you fall it won't matter, cuz you know that you're right (1999)
Unsurprisingly, the record company tended to shorten it to "When The Pawn...".
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