Guitar World presents the 20 most shocking banned album covers of all time. An Alice Cooper album cover is placed first, followed by The Beatles’ “Yesterday and Today”.

For their 1966 album, Yesterday and Today, the Beatles presented themselves as grinning butchers, complete with raw beef and dismembered baby dolls. However, the image was not appropriate to the Fab Four’s clean public image. Upon receiving advance copies, radio DJs were outraged and Capitol Records quickly repackaged the record with what was apparently the only image of the band it had available.

You can see below the album covers:

The complete top is here.


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