Our pick for best title goes to Rod Stewart for Rod: The Autobiography, keeping it simple and bathroom humor-friendly. Via The New York Times:
Neil Young said it best: Writing books is a great thing for a musician to do. It’s a way to make money without having to play and sing all the time. If, like Mr. Young, the musician has broken a toe, given up marijuana, had trouble writing songs or otherwise begun needing a change of pace, the rock book answers prayers. Mostly publishers’ prayers. Since sales of Keith Richards’s “Life” went through the roof two years ago, these bios and memoirs have begun turning up everywhere.