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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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"Rock And Roll Party," KISS
It is an untitled track at the end of the album Destroyer, right after "Do You Love Me". It's about 1 minute, 30 seconds long, and consists of sound effects and a choir repeating the chorus of "Great Expectations", which is another song on the same album, along with one of the KISS members repeating "We're gonna have ourselves a rock and roll party" throughout the entire track. The vocals are inaudible in the beginning, but become clearer as the track progresses.
Timothy
"Rodeo Clown," John Mellencamp
It's on the 2007 album "Freedom's Road". Right after the last listed track, "Heaven Is a Lonely Place" there's silence for a few minutes then the unlisted track "Rodeo Clown" comes on. It's a good slice of Dubya-bashing rock music. The moronic crap Mellencamp had to endure when he released his rewrite of Woody Guthrie's "To Washington" a few years before probably is why this cut is hidden. Mellencamp keeps on fighting authority, especially when it is criminal itself.
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