In 1978, Nick Lowe released his epic debut album Jesus of Cool, featuring first-ballot hall of fame songs like "Shake and Pop" and "Marie Provost." The title, however, was deemed a tad provocative for American consumption, and so the platter was re-named Pure Pop for Now People on this side of the pond. The album has just experienced a special and expanded 30th anniversary reissue, with the original title restored.
It appears, though, that no one told the good folks at Apple. I just popped the disc into iTunes, only to see it come up as Pure Pop for Now People.
So it goes.