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Ever since there has been music on recorded mediums (vinyl, casettes, CDs) groups with a sense of humour have placed funny snippets or entrie songs on their albums without a mention in the credits.

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"Blah Blah Blah," The Cardigans
At the very end of "Blah Blah Blah", teen actress Melissa Joan Hart (as Sabrina the Teenage Witch) unravels her family's mystery by adding a hidden Easter Egg to the CD.
Brandon Reina
"Alarm sound," U2
Many copies of their 1993 album Zooropa have an alarm sound hidden at the end. If you play the last track (track 10 "The Wanderer") and wait for it to finish at about 4:41, silence follows and the hidden alarm sound begins at 5:15 and the entire track finishes at 5:41. This alarm sound is apparently the same sound that radio DJs hear after there has been too much dead air in the studio. Interestingly, they later hid one second of the same sound as an intro to an easter egg of the song 'Elevation' on their Elevation 2001 DVD, and another warning sound all together (this one identifable as an air drill siren) features an an easter egg on the Zoo TV: Live from Sydney DVD (the DVD of a performance on Zooropa's associated tour).
Lee
"Alarm sound," U2
Many copies of their 1993 album Zooropa have an alarm sound hidden at the end. If you play the last track (track 10 "The Wanderer") and wait for it to finish at about 4:41, silence follows and the hidden alarm sound begins at 5:15 and the entire track finishes at 5:41. This alarm sound is apparently the same sound that radio DJs hear after there has been too much dead air in the studio. Interestingly, they later hid one second of the same sound as an intro to an easter egg of the song 'Elevation' on their Elevation 2001 DVD, and another warning sound all together (this one identifable as an air drill siren) features an an easter egg on the Zoo TV: Live from Sydney DVD (the DVD of a performance on Zooropa's associated tour).
Lee
"Baghdad," The Offspring
On their album "Smash", track 14, also titled "Smash", has a long silence at the end of the song. Then at about 9:07 a guitar riff matching the one in the song "Come Out and Play" starts, in a kind of Arabic style. It's apparently called "Baghdad".
RevengeFromMars YouTube
"Untitled Track," Goldfinger
Track 15 on their self-titled album. It's really just a prank phone call where they call some guy looking for a "male/female drummer" for a band named "Abby Normal".
RevengeFromMars YouTube
"Belgium," Bowling For Soup
On their album "Drunk Enough to Dance", track 20 is "Other Girls". After that song ends, there's a minute or two of silence, then another song starts, apparently named "Belgium". It's about a long-distance relationship. You can Google the lyrics.
RevengeFromMars YouTube
"pair of wings," Justin Timberlake
Found After the track Not a Bad thing.
Randy R
"pair of wings," Justin Timberlake
Found After the track Not a Bad thing.
Randy R
"The Diary of Jane (Acoustic)," Breaking Benjamin
This track is not found among the Phobia track listing, and may actually be better than the original version of the song.
Danny Hates Dubstep
"The Diary of Jane (Acoustic)," Breaking Benjamin
This track is not found among the Phobia track listing, and may actually be better than the original version of the song.
Danny Hates Dubstep
"The Diary of Jane (Acoustic)," Breaking Benjamin
The acoustic version of "The Diary of Jane", featuring Sebastian Davin of Dropping Daylight, is the last track on the album and is not mentioned in the track listing.
Danny Hates Dubstep
"Can't Be Stopped," Janet Jackson
While "Special" is listed as the last track on the Velvet Rope, another song titled "Can't Be Stopped" plays 30 seconds later.
Redsimba
"Chivas," Kelly Clarkson
The final listed track on her My December album is Irvine. After Irvine ends, there is a few minutes of silence. Then an amazing bonus track called Chivas begins, in which she talks about how crappy her ex boyfriend is and how she can't believe she ever fell for him - and now she prefers Chivas to love.
A
"Chivas," Kelly Clarkson
The final listed track on her My December album is Irvine. After Irvine ends, there is a few minutes of silence. Then an amazing bonus track called Chivas begins, in which she talks about how crappy her ex boyfriend is and how she can't believe she ever fell for him - and now she prefers Chivas to love.
A
"Silly Shoes," Relient K
Noticed song was mistitled on my entry. Please remove entry.
Jonathan S.
"Skittles And Combos," Relient K
On their 2001 album "The Anatomy Of The Tongue In Cheek", this track plays after a minute and a half of silence following the closing track ("Less Is More"). While listening to it on headphones, you'll notice the sound keeps alternating between the left side and right side. The lyrics consist of Matt Thiessen expressing his love for artificially-colored and -flavored lumps of sugar and cheese-filled cracker tubes.
Jonathan S.
"Already There," K's Choice
On the "Almost Happy" album the last song titled "All" has a hidden acapella track entitled "Already There".
Rad
"Meet My Maker/Falling Away," Good Charlotte
In The Chronicles of Life and Death album there is a hidden track found in the last song. In the Life version is is found at the end of "Falling Away" and in the Death version it is found at the end of "Meet My Maker" Its a few minutes after the song and the hidden track is called "Wounded"
Elizabeth
"Tuesday," Dandelion
On the album "I Think I'm Gonna Be Sick" after what seems like a long fadeout at the end of "Weight of the World," there's a much faster track called "Tuesday," which is listed as being untitled, but the name was identified by bass player Mike Murporgo. I can't think of too much else to say about it, I'm afraid.
The Skuz
"Too Late (Instrumental)," No Doubt
On "Return Of Saturn", after Dark Blue wait a few minutes, and an orchestral rendition of "Too Late" will play. It is vaguely mentioned in the booklet and from my best understanding, is called "Too Late (Instrumental)", although it's not the actual instrumental.
Mitchell

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