Banned in the U.S.A.: 20 Wildest Censored Album Covers

From nudity to toilets (yes, really), see what got these LPs shelved

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Rolling Stones, 'Beggars Banquet' (1968)

Rolling Stones, 'Beggars Banquet' (1968)

Toilets were still taboo in 1968 — enough so that the Stones' record company rejected the cover photo of a bathroom wall full of graffiti (at a Porsche dealership in Los Angeles), ultimately replacing it with a plain white cover with italic black print in the mode of a formal invitation. The album was delayed for months as a result, and the original art didn't surface until the Eighties.

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