Great Songs Orphaned by Their Namesake Albums

Sometimes naming an album after a song puts too much weight on the song itself, and sometimes the left-off song doesn't fit in musically with its potential brethren. Here's a list of some excellent tracks that were left off of the albums that were named after them.
  1. The Jesus And Mary Chain, "Psycho Candy"
  2. Superchunk, "On The Mouth"
  3. Ride, "Going Blank Again"
  4. Neil Young, "Journey Through The Past"
  5. Julian Cope, "World Shut Your Mouth"
  6. Led Zeppelin, "Houses Of The Holy"
  7. Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson, "Winter In America"
  8. Elvis Costello And The Attractions, "Almost Blue"
  9. Big Country, "The Crossing"
  10. The Smithereens, "Especially For You"
  11. Public Image Ltd., "Happy?"
  12. Robyn Hitchcock, "Queen Elvis"
  13. Jason Falkner, "Author Unknown"
  14. Elliott Smith, "Either/Or"
  15. Face To Face, "Don't Turn Away"
  16. They Might Be Giants, "They Might Be Giants"
  17. Jets To Brazil, "Orange Rhyming Dictionary"
  18. PJ Harvey, "Dry"
  19. Gomez, "Bring It On"
  20. Crooked Fingers, "Red Devil Dawn"