The Dong Show
Here at Rocks Off, we do a lot of research for our wildly popular and intellectually enlightening album cover slideshows. As part of that research, we've found many of those albums to be highly concentrated on the male goinrular area. So at long last, and just in time for the weekend, we've compiled many of them into one pace. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to The Dong Show. Prrrrrrrobably not safe for work.
Black Dick for President: We're not sure what it means to be "black-rated," but we're absolutely positive we want a Plain Talkin' Records t-shirt for Christmas.
King Missile: Yes, this is the album with "Detachable Penis" on it. Not too subtle.
Captain Beyond: This one's a bit of a "Where's Waldo?", except Waldo is a corkscrew robo-boner.
Goblin Cock: That has to gather some serious dust bunnies.
Lennon & Yoko: They were emotionally naked in their music, so why not get literally naked on an album cover? We're kind of glad Ringo never tried this.
Nemesis: Must we? Oh, all right.
Nirvana: Hard to believe this album has been making people vaguely uncomfortable for 18 years now. Wonder what college this kid's picked out?
The Kinks: We'll let you guess what "Percy" is English slang for.
Sticky Fingers: Wait, wasn't this beast unleashed already?
Tino: We don't know if Tino is a gay performer, or if this album cover is just really, really 80's. Either way, his package is the absolute focal point of the picture, kind of like most of Rocks Off's yearbook photos.
Achtung Baby: Do you see it? Huh, do ya? Proceed to next pic for a close-up.
Adam Clayton: There it is! That's U2's bassist Adam Clayton, by the way, breaking down preconceived notions on U2's weirdest album (and their best, according to many).
Xiu Xiu: Is this a Xiu Xiu album cover or a picture we stole from craigslist's "Missed Connections" section?
Liars: Yeah, we've blackmailed some of our friends with Photoshopped pics, too.
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