Here are a couple more examples of ironic albums, but these don't have the benefit of being prophetic, they're just uncouth.
- Great White's Burning House of Love:
This is some Italian release or something, so I dunno how much Great White actually had to do with it. Even so, it did come out after their big fireworks show gone awry and the only way they could have been more tasteless would have been to call it Burning House of Love in Rhode Island.
- Motley Crue's Music to Crash Your Car To:
This one is even more brazen. At least Great White's disaster was an accident (even if they should have known better). Vince Neil is just a pig who puts his own good times ahead of the well-being of others. Despite how appalled I am at drunk driving, I could forgive Vince if there was some indication that he'd learned something and was sorry. Instead, his bandmates join in his guilt by laughing about years later. Good ol' Vince killed one guy and seriously injured two others. Now he's capitalizing on it. It's so disgusting that I even have a hard time stomaching Too Fast for Love and Shout at the Devil anymore. Maybe I should look at the bright side. After 15 years of lousy music, at least they can still laugh at themselves. Or maybe they'd rather draw attention to the car wreck to divert it from the train wreck that their discography has become.