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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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"Never could be any other one," The Beatles
At the end of the song "A Day in the Life" on the Sgt. Pepper record, if you wait for about a minute or two, this random sound starts playing. It sounds like "Never could be any other one", but it's all gibberish... It catches a lot of people off guard, and it made me run out of the room crying when I heard it as a kid.
"Next To You," The Offspring
A few minutes after the last song in their Greatest Hits CD (Cant Get My) Head Around You, a cover version of Next To You by the Police will play. It is unlisted in the track list, and is actually the last part of the Head Around You track after a few minutes of silence.
Chris Giles
"Nobody Listened," Delta Goodrem
The final track of "Mistaken Identity" album was "You Are My Rock", but at 4:40, there's a very dark and angry song "Nobody Listened". This is supposed to be the true intro to the album, but since it would shock the fans as to why Delta's album was so dark, so it was well-hidden. One of the stables of Guy Chambers-directed albums
Rocky Mak
"Noise Loop," Flaming Lips
Excerpt from Staring at Sound: … listeners are tormented with a twenty-nine minute (but seemingly unending) loop of the grating guitar noise first heard at the end of “The Magician Vs. the Headache.” A perverse attempt by the band to fill out the running time of the CD, as well as a nod to the hidden track “Endless Nameless” on Nirvana’s Nevermind, the Flaming Lips thought it was a great joke, though most listeners just found it annoying. “I still get people who tell me that when it’s on a jukebox somewhere, they walk in and put that on just to hear people going, ‘what is this?’“ Wayne boasted.
Clever Name
"Noise Parts 1 - 3," Lemonheads
One of the hidden tracks found after the song “Jello Fund”
Clever Name

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