Rejected Rock Memorabilia from Sotheby's Auction

Christie's just held an auction of rock memorabilia from some of the more popular bands of the 60's and 70's.  A signed copy of Hendrix's "Axis: Bold as Love" album sold for $20,000. Not every item faired as well.  In the interest of full disclosure, we're going to provide the entire auction list including items that weren't as popular; feel free to print it out and wallpaper your house or toddler with it.

Item # 1:
Meatloaf's Thanksgiving Pants

Item # 2:
Limited Edition 2-for-1 Cinnabon coupons to promote the CD re-release of Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers album.

Item # 3:

Bucket of Styx promotional Spicy BBQ "drumstyx" from KFC!

Item # 4:

Rush album cover with a Led Zeppelin IV record inside it.

Item # 5:

Keith Moon's scrapbook collection of TV Guide covers featuring Bea Arthur.

Item # 6:
Robert Plant's septic tank.

Item # 7:
Ted Nugent's parking tickets (totaling $7000)

Item # 8:
Custody of the illegitimate child (fathered by Mick Jagger) of your choice.

Item # 9:
Drumming lessons from Rick Allen (One-Armed drummer from Def Leopard)

Update: Winning Bid: $90,000 from Ringo Starr