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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 W

"We Represent The Lollipop Girl," Twisted Sister
Hidden track on the Stay Hungry album, this acapella belter only lasts 30 seconds. Dee Snider's voice has been distorted to sound more like Frank Zappa's Central Scrutinizer than anything else in music. Outside the applicable for Am I Right box, think of the aliens from the Toy Story films. Dee sings "F*** you, we welcome you to munchkin land," and goes into the ongoing chorus line "We represent the lollipop girl." Best secret trackever, apart from that untitled one on Jagged Little Pill which I will write about as it is another interesting song done acapella.
Jakko Wakko
"White Bikini Sand," Throwing Muses
Wait approximately six minutes after "Shark" on Limbo through some silence, and then you'll hear it.
The Skuz
"Whoops (now)," Janet Jackson
on her Cd titled "Janet." the very last track is this cute song. It's funny that there is no mention of it on the Cd, because on her DVD titled "Design Of A Decade", the music video for the song is listed.
nick adams
"Wonder Drug Wonderland," Agoraphobic Nosebleed
Rewind at track 1 and you will find it.
"Wounded," Good Charlotte
After a few minutes of silence on the end of The Chronicles of Life and Death, following Meet My Maker (on the Death version, anyway. If it is on the Life version, it would be following whatever is labeled as a 'bonus track').
"Writer’s Block," Pearl Jam
Vedder has admitted that while working on the album he suffered from writer's block, which made it difficult for him to come up with lyrics. This inspired the hidden track "Writer's Block" - which consists of the sounds of a typewriter - that appears at the end of the album, starting at 6 minutes and 50 seconds on the track "Parting Ways". Taken from Wikipedia
Clever Name

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