LONGEST PRISON SENTENCE Holders: Big Lurch and Steady B It doesn't get any longer than life without possibility of parole, which is what aspirant Texan rapper Lurch is serving for killing and eating partially eating the body of a 21 year-old girl while high on PCP in 2002. Steady B, a Philadelphia rapper, is also jailed for life following a 1996 botched bank robbery in which a police officer was killed, a crime for which his accomplice (and old rhyme buddy) Christopher "Cool C" Roney has been sentenced to death. BIGGEST COCAINE HABIT Holder: Waylon Jennings "I did more drugs than anyone you ever saw in your life," said the country outlaw in 1994. Until he cleaned up 10 years before that, Jennings had spent 21 years doing drugs and indulging a $1,500-a-day cocaine habit. Honorable mention goes to Elton John, who at his peak was ingesting cocaine at a rate, he claimed, of "one line every four minutes." HIGHEST DAILY FAST-FOOD BILL Holder: Rodney Jerkins During work on the Spice Girls' third album, Forever (2000), roly poly producer Rodney Jerkins reportedly spent over $300 a day on McDonald's. HEAVIEST RAPPER Holder: Big Pun "Four hundred pounds, six feet tall, brutally handsome," was Big Pun's optimistic assessment of himself on 2000's posthumously released "My Turn." Until he dropped dead of a heart attack in February that year, the New York rapper's weight fluctuated wildly, topping the scales at nearly 700 pounds. This record looks unlikely to be broken, as the advent of Celebrity Fit Club has encouraged such potential contenders as Biz Markie (lost 40 pounds), Young MC (lost 38 pounds) and D12's Bizarre (lost 32 pounds) to trim down rather than mount any sort of serious challenge. LONGEST DELAYED ALBUM Holder: Smile Recording on Smile began in 1966, before Brian Wilson's drug use, mental deterioration and paranoia - he believed Phil Spector had persuaded Columbia Pictures to make the movie Seconds "just to screw with my head" - caused the project to be abandoned. It was eventually released 38 years later, on September 28, 2004.