We've all got one or two albums that we love dearly, listen to regularly, try to convert everyone we meet to - and yet, have one track on it that we just can't stand. We develop muscle memory that allows us to skip the offending article before its opening riff has even invaded our ears.
"Skip track six, pretend that one isn't in there, sorry about that one," we tell our friends, apologetically. It's a frustrating, but strangely common phenomenon. It's all subjective of course, but there are some albums that we can surely all agree are let down by one dud track.
From The Beatles' Revolver to Adele's 21 via Muse's Origin Of Symmetry, here's 11 brilliant albums that are let down by one dud track.