UltimateClassicRock.com and Diffuser.fm have teamed up to create a list of Rejected Original Titles of Classic Albums.  Some of them may be familiar to hardcore fans, but pretty much all of them aren't common knowledge.

Here are the ones they came up with:

The Beatles album "Revolver" was originally called "Abracadabra".

The Led Zeppelin album "Presence" was originally called "Obelisk".

The Pink Floyd album "The Dark Side of the Moon" was originally called "Eclipse".

The Rolling Stones album "Exile on Main St." was originally called "Tropical Disease".

The Who album "Tommy" was originally called "The Deaf, Dumb and Blind Boy".

The David Bowie album "Young Americans" was originally called "Shilling the Rubes".

The Clash album "London Calling" was originally called "The Last Testament".

The Elvis Costello album "Armed Forces" was originally called "Emotional Fascism".

For more information, go to UltimateClassicRock.com and Diffuser.fm.  There's also covers of the albums with the original titles, but it's unclear if they're legit, or if they're just mock-ups.