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18th Jan '17 8:44:51 AM Yandie666
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* Music/TrebleCharger had an album called ''self=title''
12th Jan '17 7:54:16 PM JBsteeple
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* The punk band Music/{{Rancid}} did this. Their first album and fifth album were both simply titled ''Rancid''. The latter album is often called ''Rancid 2000'' after the release year to avoid confusion.
7th Jan '17 6:47:01 PM MissConduct
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* This effect is given off in musical cast recordings where all the songs are attributed to the cast of the show as opposed to the individual singers. For example, "Phantom of the Opera", by the Cast of ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'', on the Original Broadway Cast Recording of ''The Phantom of the Opera''.
12th Dec '16 1:54:53 AM AlternativeCola
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* Music/{{Paramore}}'s fourth album is self-titled.

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* Music/{{Paramore}}'s fourth album is self-titled.




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* Music/{{Paramore}}'s fourth album is self-titled.
12th Dec '16 1:53:48 AM AlternativeCola
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* Music/{{Paramore}}'s fourth album is self-titled.
11th Dec '16 6:06:58 PM Firestorm17
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* Music/{{Lynyrd Skynyrd}}'s first album is named ''(Pronounced 'Lĕh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd)''.
7th Nov '16 8:56:14 AM MikeK
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** The cover of Music/HouseOfPain's first album has the text "Fine Malt Lyrics" underneath the band's name, and though fans sometimes call it by that name: This was meant as more of a slogan (punning on the phrase "fine malt liquor"), as the logo used on the cover was meant to look like the label of a beer bottle.

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** The cover of Music/HouseOfPain's first album has the text "Fine Malt Lyrics" underneath the band's name, and though fans sometimes call name. Rather than a title, it by that name: This was meant to be understood as more of a slogan for the group (punning on the phrase "fine malt liquor"), as the logo used on the cover was meant to look like the label of a beer bottle.
7th Nov '16 8:54:07 AM MikeK
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* Kyuss' ''Welcome to Sky Valley'' is actually a self titled album, as is Trouble's ''Psalm 9''. The Kyuss album cover prominently depicts a road sign reading "Welcome to Sky Valley", while the Trouble album has "psalm 9" written in small print on one corner of the cover, but neither text was supposed to be taken as a title.
** The cover of Music/HouseOfPain's first album causes similar confusion: It's officially self-titled, but it's sometimes referred to as ''Fine Malt Lyrics'' because that's a slogan that appears under the band name on the cover art.

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* Kyuss' Albums that have text other than the artist name on the front cover, but are still officially considered self-titled or untitled:
**Kyuss' self-titled album is also known as
''Welcome to To Sky Valley'' is actually due to having a self titled album, sign with that text as is Trouble's ''Psalm 9''. The Kyuss album the main cover prominently depicts a road sign reading "Welcome to Sky Valley", while the Trouble album has "psalm 9" written in small print on one corner of the cover, but neither text was supposed to be taken as a title.image.
**Trouble's self-titled has the text "psalm 9" on the corner of the cover art, but this was similarly never meant as a title.
** The cover of Music/HouseOfPain's first album causes similar confusion: It's officially self-titled, but it's has the text "Fine Malt Lyrics" underneath the band's name, and though fans sometimes referred to call it by that name: This was meant as ''Fine Malt Lyrics'' because that's more of a slogan that appears under (punning on the band name phrase "fine malt liquor"), as the logo used on the cover art.was meant to look like the label of a beer bottle.
18th Jun '16 12:38:12 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* Music/{{Dismember}} did something similar to the Voivod example above, one of the tracks on ''Like an Ever Flowing Stream'' is close enough for a self-titled song ("Dismembered"), then ''ended'' their career on a self-titled album in 2008.
25th May '16 10:29:05 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* Music/TheBeachBoys' self-titled album "The Beach Boys" from 1985. Generally known as the "'85 Album" by fans.


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* Music/TheBeachBoys' self-titled album "The Beach Boys" from 1985. Generally known as the "'85 Album" by fans.
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