Hip Hop has always been unapologetic about it's affinity for line-crossing when it comes to artistic creativity. One of the genre's most mercurial figures, Wu-Tang Clan's ODB, has pulled antics that have warranted him his own page in the history books, beginning with his debut album, 1995's Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, on the cover of which his face appears on a food stamp card. ODB wasn't alone. Other rappers have released albums just as jaw-dropping. In light of the re-release of ODB's debut album here's a round-up of other equally outlandish covers that might need a re-release as well.