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* Music/TheRollingStones' debut UK album in 1964 is their [[Music/TheRollingStones1964 self-titled album]]. Their EP that predates their debut album is also called "The Rolling Stones". Their self-titled debut album was followed by "The Rolling Stones No.2".



* Music/BonIver's second album is titled ''Bon Iver, Bon Iver''.



* Eric Carmen has two of these: The first one, released in 1975 and the last one, in 1984 (at least for sixteen years, until he released a new studio album in 2000). Both are titled simply "Eric Carmen".



* Music/CrystalCastles' 2008 debut LP and 2010 sophomore album (dubbed ''Crystal Castles II'' by fans).



* Music/EvanBlues' third album is named "Evans Blue".

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* Music/EvanBlues' Music/EvansBlue's third album is named "Evans Blue".



* Music/CrystalCastles' 2008 debut LP and 2010 sophomore album (dubbed ''Crystal Castles II'' by fans).



* Music/VanHalen has ''Van Halen'', ''Van Halen II'' and ''Van Halen III'' (which is fact their ''eleventh'', but marks the third formation/singer).



* Michael Martin Murphey has two such albumsó''Michael Murphey'' in 1973, when he did not use his middle name as part of his professional name, and ''Michael Martin Murphey'' in 1982, one of his first releases under his full name.



* Thalía has three self-titled albums: her 1990 debut, then two consecutive albums in 2002 and 2003. The 2003 album is commonly known as ''The English Album'' since it was her only LP predominantly in English.



* Eric Carmen has two of these: The first one, released in 1975 and the last one, in 1984 (at least for sixteen years, until he released a new studio album in 2000). Both are titled simply "Eric Carmen".



* Music/ThrowingMuses have two, their 1986 debut ''Throwing Muses'' and their 2003 regroup album ''Throwing Muses''.



* Michael Martin Murphey has two such albumsó''Michael Murphey'' in 1973, when he did not use his middle name as part of his professional name, and ''Michael Martin Murphey'' in 1982, one of his first releases under his full name.

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* Michael Martin Murphey has two such albumsó''Michael Murphey'' Music/TheRollingStones' debut UK album in 1973, when he did not use his middle name as part of his professional name, and ''Michael Martin Murphey'' in 1982, one of his first releases under his full name. 1964 is their [[Music/TheRollingStones1964 self-titled album]]. Their EP that predates their debut album is also called "The Rolling Stones". Their self-titled debut album was followed by "The Rolling Stones No.2".




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* Thalía has three self-titled albums: her 1990 debut, then two consecutive albums in 2002 and 2003. The 2003 album is commonly known as ''The English Album'' since it was her only LP predominantly in English.
* Music/ThrowingMuses have two, their 1986 debut ''Throwing Muses'' and their 2003 regroup album ''Throwing Muses''.
* Music/VanHalen has ''Van Halen'', ''Van Halen II'' and ''Van Halen III'' (which is fact their ''eleventh'', but marks the third formation/singer).


* "Tin Machine", ''Tin Machine'', [[Music/DavidBowie Tin Machine.]]

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* [[TitleTrack "Tin Machine", ''Tin Machine'', Machine"]], ''[[Music/TinMachineAlbum Tin Machine]]'', [[Music/DavidBowie Tin Machine.]]]] There was also a ''Tin Machine II'', but no title track for that one.


* Music/EvanBlues' third album is named "Evans Blue".



* The Click Five's ''TCV'' (V being 5 in roman numerals, of course)

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* The Click Five's Music/TheClickFive's ''TCV'' (V being 5 in roman numerals, of course)


* Music/CamilaCabelo's ''Camila''

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* Music/CamilaCabelo's Music/CamilaCabello's ''Camila''


* Music/CamilaCabeloo's ''Camila''

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* Music/CamilaCabeloo's Music/CamilaCabelo's ''Camila''

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* Music/BarenakedLadies have the two albums ''Barenaked Ladies Are Me'' and ''Barenaked Ladies Are Men''.


* Music/LedZeppelin's first three albums, titled ''[[Music/LedZeppelin1969 Led Zeppelin]]'', ''Music/LedZeppelinII'', and ''Music/LedZeppelinIII''. The album usually referred to as ''Music/LedZeppelinIV'' or ''Zoso'' (after Jimmy Page's sleeve symbol) actually has NoTitle given on its sleeve.

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* Music/LedZeppelin's first three albums, titled ''[[Music/LedZeppelin1969 Led Zeppelin]]'', ''Music/LedZeppelinII'', and ''Music/LedZeppelinIII''. The album usually referred to as ''Music/LedZeppelinIV'' or ''Zoso'' (after Jimmy Page's sleeve symbol) actually has NoTitle given on its sleeve.officially; the band refused to give it one as part of an experiment to see if they could sell a record without any of the Led Zeppelin branding attached to it.



* Music/{{Prince}} and the New Power Generation's 1992 album, whose title was [[LuckyCharmsTitle this wacky symbol thingy]] that Prince later used as a name for a while.

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* Music/{{Prince}} and the New Power Generation's 1992 album, whose title was [[LuckyCharmsTitle this wacky symbol thingy]] that a modified transgender symbol]] officially known as "Love Symbol No. 2," which Prince later used as a his stage name for a while.between 1993 and 2000 to circumvent Warner Bros. Record's trademark on his given name.


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* Music/TalkingHeads' debut album ''Music/TalkingHeads77'', with the "77" referring to the year of its release (1977).


* Music/DavidBowie has two different self-titled albums; the first is virtually forgotten, and the second is better known by its rerelease title, "Music/SpaceOddity." He also has two self-titled albums named after his hard rock band, Tin Machine. ''And'' a self-titled song, as seen below.

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* Music/DavidBowie has two different self-titled albums; the first is virtually forgotten, forgotten (most who ''do'' remember it generally regard it as mediocre at best), and the second is better known by its rerelease title, "Music/SpaceOddity." He also has two self-titled albums named after his hard rock band, Tin Machine. ''And'' a self-titled song, as seen below.


* Music/FleetwoodMac had two eponymous albums, one in 1968 (the true debut album) and one in 1975 (the first album with Lindsey Buckingham and Music/StevieNicks), which some fans call The White Album (not to be confused with The Beatles' [[TheWhiteAlbum self-titled album.]])

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* Music/FleetwoodMac had two eponymous albums, one in 1968 (the true debut album) and one in 1975 (the first album with Lindsey Buckingham and Music/StevieNicks), which some fans call The White Album (not to be confused with The Beatles' [[TheWhiteAlbum Music/TheBeatles' [[Music/TheWhiteAlbum self-titled album.]])



* Before Green Day was Green Day, they were Sweet Children. Somehow it's become a bit debatable when it was recorded and released, but they do have an EP called Sweet Children with a song called Sweet Children. It was released under the name Green Day, but it may have been recorded when they were still called Sweet Children. Even still, on one of their other first few EPs they have a song called Green Day.

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* Before Green Day Music/GreenDay was Green Day, they were Sweet Children. Somehow it's become a bit debatable when it was recorded and released, but they do have an EP called Sweet Children with a song called Sweet Children. It was released under the name Green Day, but it may have been recorded when they were still called Sweet Children. Even still, on one of their other first few EPs [=EPs=] they have a song called Green Day."Green Day".


* Music/{{Weezer}}'s color albums ("[[Music/WeezerTheBlueAlbum blue]]", "green", "red", "white", [[Main/CoverAlbum teal]], and "black").

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* Music/{{Weezer}}'s color albums ("[[Music/WeezerTheBlueAlbum blue]]", "green", "red", "white", [[Main/CoverAlbum teal]], "[[Main/CoverAlbum teal]]", and "black").


* Music/{{Weezer}}'s color albums ("[[Music/WeezerTheBlueAlbum blue]]", "green", "red", and "white").

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* Music/{{Weezer}}'s color albums ("[[Music/WeezerTheBlueAlbum blue]]", "green", "red", "white", [[Main/CoverAlbum teal]], and "white")."black").


* ''{{Gorillaz}}'' has their first album named Music/GorillazAlbum.

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* ''{{Gorillaz}}'' ''Music/{{Gorillaz}}'' has their first album named Music/GorillazAlbum.


* ''Music/Gorillaz'' has their first album named Music/GorillazAlbum.

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* ''Music/Gorillaz'' ''{{Gorillaz}}'' has their first album named Music/GorillazAlbum.


* Music/Gorilaz has their first album named Music/GorillazAlbum.


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* ''Music/Gorillaz'' has their first album named Music/GorillazAlbum.

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* Music/Gorilaz has their first album named Music/GorillazAlbum.

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