Paul McCartney's second album (actually credited to Paul and Linda McCartney), released in 1971. Ram is McCartney's finest solo album, parts of which even eclipse his work with the Beatles. Songs like "Too Many People", "Dear Boy" and "Ram" display emotional depth and complex song structure (reminiscent of The Beach Boys at their best). Paul may have been depressed about the Beatles’ acrimonious split – the back cover features a photograph of two beetles engaged in a sexual act. Unfortunately this album features “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”, a cute but annoying song played to death on oldies radio.