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Music Trivia -> Hidden Tracks -> E

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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Entries Beginning with E

"The End," The Beatles
It's listed on the CD, but on the album 'Abbey Road' after about 15 sec. the song Her Majesty starts.
"Endless Nameless," Nirvana
This hidden track, of nearly 7 minutes of guitar noise, occurs at 13:51 from the beginning of track 12, "Something In the Way".
"Endless Nameless," Nirvana
From the album Nevermind. As Agrimorfee clearly pointed out, this is a load of guitar noise. Well, the second part is anyway. The first part is in fact a derivative of "Lithium", in which Kurt Cobain forgets his guitar parts, and goes into a song with a big verse and a quieter, more melodic chorus. The verses match Agrimorfee's description, apart from that Kurt screaming random words takes centre stage. The chorus is more melodic; typical, perhaps, of Bleach, the band's first album. During the chorus, Kurt groans rather than sings. About 2:30 in, Agrimorfee's description takes shape. Kurt has had enough as he smashes his guitar all over the studio for the rest of the recording. A drumming solo from Dave Grohl concludes one of the best bonus tracks of all time.
Jakko Wakko
"Endless, Nameless," Nirvana
A hidden track which begins after 10 minutes of silence following "Something in the Way" on the album "Nevermind".

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