Have you ever wondered what the working titles for your favorite albums were? Although some of the Beatles' temporary titles are legendary -- "The White Album" started life as A Doll's House and Abbey Road was briefly to be called Everest -- many classic albums had uniquely different titles.

Ultimate Classic Rock listed 10 legendary albums with their original names:

The Beatles' Revolver (1966)
Working titles: Abracadabra; Four Sides Of The Eternal Triangle; Magic Circles; and Beatles On Safari

The Who's Tommy (1969)
Working Title: The Deaf, Dumb & Blind Boy

The Rolling Stones' Exile On Main St. (1972)
Working Title: Tropical Disease

Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon (1973)
Working Title: Eclipse

David Bowie's Young Americans (1975)
Working Title: Shilling The Rubes -- the working title got its name from an LP outtake.

Led Zeppelin's Presence (1976)
Working Title: Obelisk -- the "Obelisk" was the name for the unidentifiable object in the center of the dinner table.

Elvis Costello's Armed Forces (1979)
Working Title: Emotional Fascism

The Clash's London Calling (1979)
Working Title: The Last Testament

The Smiths' The Queen Is Dead (1986)
Working Title: Margaret On The Guillotine -- which Morrissey later used as the title of the final song on his 1988 solo debut, Viva Hate.