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25th May '17 7:20:34 AM Alucard
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* Music/TheCult drops the phrase ''sonic temple'' on the final track of the same-named album, "Medicine Train."
15th May '17 2:33:34 PM bt8257
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* Music/MarilynManson was, oftentimes, not content with simply having a title track, but also this. ''Music/AntichristSuperstar'' contains the song "Antichrist Superstar" and the song "1996", with a major part of it being "Antichrist Superstar." ''Music/MechanicalAnimals'' has the song "Mechanical Animals," the in-universe (it's a ConceptAlbum, as are ''Antichrist Superstar'' and ''Music/HolyWoodInTheShadowOfTheValleyOfDeath'') band named "Omega and the Mechanical Animals," and the usage of the term later on in the spoken-word untitled track. ''Holy Wood'' does not have a title track (well, the full title, ''Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)'' does have one for the second part), but it does have the in-universe place mentioned. This is next done in [=2009's=] ''The High End of Low'' (which contains no title track, but the lyrics of "Inside the Fire" contain the title).

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* Music/MarilynManson was, oftentimes, was often not content with simply having a title track, {{title track}}, but also this. ''Music/AntichristSuperstar'' contains the song "Antichrist Superstar" and the song "1996", with a major part of it being "Antichrist Superstar." ''Music/MechanicalAnimals'' has the song "Mechanical Animals," the in-universe (it's a ConceptAlbum, as are ''Antichrist Superstar'' and ''Music/HolyWoodInTheShadowOfTheValleyOfDeath'') band named "Omega and the Mechanical Animals," and the usage of the term later on in the spoken-word untitled track. ''Holy Wood'' does not have a title track (well, the full title, ''Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)'' does have one for the second part), but it does have the in-universe place mentioned. This is next done in [=2009's=] ''The High End of Low'' (which contains no title track, but the lyrics of "Inside the Fire" contain the title).
21st Apr '17 11:54:35 AM Alucard
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* Music/BillyIdol uses the phrase "Whiplash Smile" on track 6 of the album of the same name, "Don't Need A Gun."
11th Mar '17 5:01:50 PM nombretomado
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* The title of the MirandaCosgrove album ''Sparks Fly'' is also the first line of its lead single "Kissin U".

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* The title of the MirandaCosgrove Creator/MirandaCosgrove album ''Sparks Fly'' is also the first line of its lead single "Kissin U".
24th Feb '17 7:34:08 PM bt8257
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Sometimes, albums aren't named for one of the songs on them -- they're named for one of the lyrics within these songs. So, when you're listening, you think
[[TitleDrop "Oh, that's where the title comes from!"]]. If it's the refrain or chorus, it can make RefrainFromAssuming worse, because ''something'' has that title, it's just not the song.

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Sometimes, albums aren't named for one of the songs on them -- they're named for one of the lyrics within these songs. So, when you're listening, you think
think [[TitleDrop "Oh, that's where the title comes from!"]]. If it's the refrain or chorus, it can make RefrainFromAssuming worse, because ''something'' has that title, it's just not the song.
21st Feb '17 10:44:13 PM WhatTheSpoot
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-->From the aeroplane over the sea

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-->From the '''the aeroplane over the seasea'''
20th Feb '17 3:17:18 PM bt8257
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A subtrope of TitleDrop. TitleTrack is a specific form of this. See also CoverDrop.

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A subtrope SubTrope of TitleDrop. TitleTrack is a specific form of this. See also CoverDrop.
22nd Jan '17 4:39:16 PM Xtifr
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* SteeleyeSpan:

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8th Nov '16 6:02:40 PM progkinghughes
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** It's also dropped in the extended version of "Even Less", however, this verse was cut from the album version ("But I had a STUPID DREAM that I could change things")
6th Nov '16 6:47:43 PM JamesShade
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* Music/311 has an interesting version with "Transistor", the TitleTrack to their fourth (and generally fan-favorite) album. Besides dropping its own album's name in the chorus ("You're a '''Transistor'''/Lightning resistor), you have the lines "'''Music''' critics/'''Music''' critics" (their debut album), "We're from the '''Grassroots''' so big up to our friends" (their second album) and "Renegade soundsytem '''311'''", (their self-titled third album), not to mention that they later went on to name their fifth album '''''Soundsystem'''''.

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* Music/311 [[Music/ThreeEleven 311]] has an interesting version with "Transistor", the TitleTrack to their fourth (and generally fan-favorite) album. album. Besides dropping its own album's name in the chorus ("You're a '''Transistor'''/Lightning resistor), you have the lines "'''Music''' critics/'''Music''' critics" (their debut album), "We're from the '''Grassroots''' so big up to our friends" (their second album) and "Renegade soundsytem '''311'''", (their self-titled third album), not to mention that they later went on to name their fifth album '''''Soundsystem'''''.
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