Final Track

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List Of Albums Containing A Hidden Track - Various Artists
... and Butt-Head Experience following a period of silence after the album's final track is a reprise of the third track, "Come to Butt-Head" by Beavis and Butt-Head (Mike Judge) it repeats the original track's first ... same song, arranged by Van Dyke Parks, plays after the last track ... Feelin' Good The final track on disc 1 and the final track on disc 2 both end with over 20 minutes of silence, although no track actually follows ...
List Of Albums Containing A Hidden Track - O
... O.A.R.Any Time Now "Short a Try" at 900 on the track "Delicate Few" Oasis (What's The Story) Morning Glory? There are two untitled tracks at track 6 and 11 ... Track 11 is used to link "Morning Glory" and "Champagne Supernova" ... These are still credited with track lengths though ...
List Of Albums Containing A Hidden Track - W
... Iron Frenzy performed in the style of Wesley Willis, following track 12, "Hui" ... from children's cartoon VeggieTales as track 15, with a hidden reprise of "Play the Game" following it, featuring someone singing along to the song, apparently unaware that they ... Tom Waits Real Gone unlisted track 16 "Chick a boom" featuring Tom beatboxing after a lengthy silence at the end of track 15 Orphans Brawlers, Bawlers, and Bastards The final two tracks of Disc 3 (the ...
List Of Albums Containing A Hidden Track - H
... two minutes of silence and a short hidden track (015) ... H-Blockx Discover My Soul track 14 starts with ten minutes of silence, followed by an untitled instrumental track Fly Eyes "It Is" starts playing 4 minutes after "Paradise Valley" ... On some early CD pressings, track 8 (the title track) was followed by silence and then "The Caretaker," a short spoken piece wherein singer Pete Hicks pretends to be a janitor cleaning up the studio ...

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