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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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Entries Beginning with S

"Save The Children/I Tried Love," Robbie Williams
First one was about the state of society, second one was just talking about a boring girlfriend. here are the answers to some of his questions.
Is the Richard Gere gerbil story true?
False
Did Sooty sleep with Sue?
No
What are the holes in Biros for?
To hold the ball that rolls ink onto the piece of paper
Which one's which in "The Corrs"?
Jim Corr is the guitarist, keyboarder and accordion player
Sharon Corr is the violinist
Andrea Corr is the lead singer and tin whistle player
Caroline Corr is the drummer/percussionist
Did Geoff Hurst really score
With Hawk Eye nowadays, it was determined that he did NOT score that contentious goal. It will stand in record, but it really doesn't... not that it alters the final result.
Rocky Mak
"Secret Song," Matt Chapman as the voice of Homestar Runner
On Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits, if you wait a few minute after the song "Everybody to the Limit" this song will play.
Mitsuki
"She Broke the Mold," Bruce Springsteen
After "The Devil's Arcade" which is the 11th and supposedly last track on his latest album, Magic, there is a 12th track. I'm assuming that's the title of the song.
JD
"Silly Shoes," Relient K
Noticed song was mistitled on my entry. Please remove entry.
Jonathan S.
"Silly Shoes," Relient K
After "Jefferson Aero Plane" on the "Two Lefts Don't Make A Right...But Three Do" album, there is a song called "Silly Shoes", which is Relient K rapping about random stuff.
JeReMy
"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.
"Slipknot Backstage? & Eeyore ," Slipknot
In the slipknot Extras CD you may notice that the song Despise (demo) goes on for about 15 minutes, if you fast forward it to 8:33 you will hear the slipknot members (try and figure out what doing, i dont know) and if you skip it to 11:41 you can hear the song eeyore and unlike on 9.0 live,it isnt live...
UberFanta
"Slipknot Backstage? & Eeyore ," Slipknot
In the slipknot Extras CD you may notice that the song Despise (demo) goes on for about 15 minutes, if you fast forward it to 8:33 you will hear the slipknot members (try and figure out what doing, i dont know) and if you skip it to 11:41 you can hear the song eeyore and unlike on 9.0 live,it isnt live...
UberFanta
"So Real," Black Eyed Peas
The track plays just after "My Humps"; the track timer still goes after song so it's a continuation of the song.
Shirley Temple
"So Sad So Lonely," Matchbox Twenty
After The Difference on the album More Than You Think You Are. *Track title according to Wikipedia*
Mel
"Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," Hootie & the Blowfish
It's the last track on "Cracked Rear View" and is not mentioned on the track listings.
crazydon
"Song after track 13," Alanis Morissette
After the alternate take of "You Oughta Know" on her Jagged Little Pill album, there is brief silence followed by an additional song. The untitled tune is a heart-wrenching ballad about lost love that Alanis sings a capella.
Agrimorfee
"Soundscape," Pink Floyd
This is ONLY on the cassette version of the 1995 "Pulse" album. Right after "Run Like Hell" fades off this "performance art piece" kicks in and you get to hear birds chirping, frogs singing, other sounds of nature and occassionally a lawn mower and more. It's much more a pleasure to listen to than the band's other "performance art" number - the listed track "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" which does basically zilch except to fill up space on the 1970 "Atom Heart Mother" album. It ain't on the CD version, red blinking light or no.
I Saw The 1994 Annular Solar Eclipse
"Special," Janet Jackson
the last song from "The Velvet Rope" is "Special" one of the best songs from this CD
nick adams
"Spiderman," The Ramones
On the last Ramones stereo album "Adios Amigos!" (rel. 1995) you need to wait a few minutes after the last listed track "To Live And Die In Berlin" and as a "continuation" the classic punk band's version of the "Spiderman" theme comes on. On the 1996 "Greatest Hits Live" release that song is listed and is its "own" track. Either way it's done the Ramones way which means that it's campy and brilliant.
I Saw The 1994 Annular Solar Eclipse
"Stand Your Ground/Stalker's Day Off," Robbie Williams
From These Dreams, the final track of "I've Been Expecting You".
Rocky Mak
"The story so far," New found glory
On the new found glory cd "Sticks and Stones", about 20 minutes after the song 'the story so far' ends, there is about a minute and a half of the band chanting "somebody's in your house" and a whole bunch of other random sounds, including a funny reggae sounding song about shish-kabobs.
Drew
"The Stranger (Reprise)," Billy Joel
After the last track on the album "The Stanger" which is 'Everybody has a dream', you will hear 'The Stranger', but this time strings are added.
Paul Warren
"Streetside Jesus," Better Than Ezra
It plays a few minutes after "Coyote" ends on "Deluxe". It's pretty out there.
Brian Kelly
""Subway"," Sheryl Crow
On some copies of her 1998 album The Globe Sessions which do not feature her rendition of Guns N Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine", this song plays shortly after the end of "Crash And Burn" at the end of the album. It's listed only on the computer-accessible lyrics of the CD.
Vic George

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