1. "Destination Unknown" by Missing Persons
I'll start by saying that Dale Bozzio would eat Lady Ga Ga for a snack. Message to Lady Ga Ga: try again.
And here's the rub: Missing Persons was never really critically appreciated as a legitimate band, yet they were chock full of talent. Nearly every member of the group worked with Frank Zappa at one time or another. Plus, their music, given the benefit of the doubt, is actually quite impressive - a lot more melodic and original sounding than what comes on the radio today.
Too bad Bozzio had to go to the slammer for animal cruelty.
2. "Can't Find My Way Home" by Blind Faith
How strange that a supergroup as big and successful as this would choose for the debut album cover a topless prepubescent girl holding a phallic looking spaceship. Add to that - no text on the cover announcing who they were. Can you imagine this sort of suicidal marketing plan by the big record companies of today? Not a chance.
What role Clapton, Winwood and Baker had in its choosing, I don't know; however, the music within is solid gold from beginning to end.