Spinning a classic like the Steve Miller Band Greatest Hits 1974-1978 is always a sonic getaway, but something caught our eye about the album that you may have never seen before. It's some kind of silhouette, but I can't determine exactly what it is.

See it? The internet says it's Steve Miller looking off in the distance, but I can't figure out what the lump is. To me, it looks like a stripper. If you buy the Steve Miller silhouette, then that lump is likely a guitar.

Here's how one person on the Steve Hoffman Music Forum phrased it:

The real album cover has an outline of a voluptuous female figure, but there's no indication of it being naked. The suggestion of nakedness is either click-bait or a figment of someone's imagination.

If you can't see it, let me help you out a little bit.

What is it?! Your guess is as good as ours, but it remains a quirky little mystery of classic rock.

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