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10th May '16 5:20:39 AM Brickmaster4496
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* Queen did this on their final studio album with Freddie Mercury, Made In Heaven. Keep listening after 'It's a Beautiful Day (Reprise)', and you'll hear a 22 minute long ambience track using an extended instrumental from the album's first track. Its title ranges from 'Untitled' to '13', since it never got an official name. Some fans have nicknamed it 'Ascension'.

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* Queen did this on their final studio album with Freddie Mercury, Made In Heaven. Keep listening after 'It's a Beautiful Day (Reprise)', and you'll hear a 22 minute long ambience track using an extended instrumental from the album's first track. song. Its title ranges from usually either goes by 'Untitled' to or '13', since it never got an official name.name at the time it was created. Some fans have nicknamed it 'Ascension'.
10th May '16 5:19:44 AM Brickmaster4496
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* Queen did this with their final studio album with Freddie Mercury, Made In Heaven. Keep listening after 'It's a Beautiful Day (Reprise)', and you'll hear a 22 minute long ambience track using an extended instrumental from the album's first track. Its title ranges from 'Untitled' to '13', since it never got an official name. Some fans have nicknamed it 'Ascension'.

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* Queen did this with on their final studio album with Freddie Mercury, Made In Heaven. Keep listening after 'It's a Beautiful Day (Reprise)', and you'll hear a 22 minute long ambience track using an extended instrumental from the album's first track. Its title ranges from 'Untitled' to '13', since it never got an official name. Some fans have nicknamed it 'Ascension'.
10th May '16 5:19:06 AM Brickmaster4496
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*Queen did this with their final studio album with Freddie Mercury, Made In Heaven. Keep listening after 'It's a Beautiful Day (Reprise)', and you'll hear a 22 minute long ambience track using an extended instrumental from the album's first track. Its title ranges from 'Untitled' to '13', since it never got an official name. Some fans have nicknamed it 'Ascension'.
28th Apr '16 2:19:19 PM shokoshu
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* ''World Party's'' "Bang" has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApDAgCEgnS8 "Kuwait City"]], a BeachBoys style satire on the Gulf War.
25th Apr '16 4:20:40 AM aye_amber
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* {{Deftones}}' ''Around The Fur'' sort of has two: "MX" has a long period of silence, followed by "Bong Hit" (not a song so much as what sounds like someone chasing after some chickens), even more silence, and finally the actual song "Damone".

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* {{Deftones}}' Music/{{Deftones}}' ''Around The Fur'' sort of has two: "MX" has a long period of silence, followed by "Bong Hit" (not a song so much as what sounds like someone chasing after some chickens), even more silence, and finally the actual song "Damone".
20th Apr '16 1:19:28 AM aye_amber
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* Most of NoxArcana's [=CDs=] are like this, sometimes with two or even three hidden tracks. For example, on ''Carnival Of Lost Souls'', after the end of "Storm", there's a 2-minute silence before a new reading by Madame Endora is heard. Then, there's two more minutes before an [[OminousMusicBoxTune eerie music box tune]] plays. ''Then'', there's about thirty seconds before an epic rock remix of Spellbound. However, that last one is somewhat spoiled by the booklet's credit of "Guitar on rock version of Spellbound by..."

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* Most of NoxArcana's Music/NoxArcana's [=CDs=] are like this, sometimes with two or even three hidden tracks. For example, on ''Carnival Of Lost Souls'', after the end of "Storm", there's a 2-minute silence before a new reading by Madame Endora is heard. Then, there's two more minutes before an [[OminousMusicBoxTune eerie music box tune]] plays. ''Then'', there's about thirty seconds before an epic rock remix of Spellbound. However, that last one is somewhat spoiled by the booklet's credit of "Guitar on rock version of Spellbound by..."
16th Apr '16 10:09:44 AM Iampureevil
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* On ''Dream Theater's'' SelfTitledAlbum, after ''Illumination theory'' there's a 30 second period of silence and a short piano piece thereafter.
21st Mar '16 8:40:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* Julee Cruise's ''The Art of Being a Girl'' has a hidden trip-hop remake of "Falling" (best known as the version of the ''TwinPeaks'' theme with ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics intact). There's not that much silence before it though - "The Fire in Me" ends, a few seconds later there's a brief skit involving Julee singing in the shower, and then "Falling" starts about 30 seconds later.

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* Julee Cruise's ''The Art of Being a Girl'' has a hidden trip-hop remake of "Falling" (best known as the version of the ''TwinPeaks'' ''Series/TwinPeaks'' theme with ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics intact). There's not that much silence before it though - "The Fire in Me" ends, a few seconds later there's a brief skit involving Julee singing in the shower, and then "Falling" starts about 30 seconds later.
9th Mar '16 1:48:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* At first, BoardsOfCanada's "Farewell Fire", the last song on ''The Campfire Headphase'', seems to be another hidden track fake-out, as it fades out completely with about four minutes of silence at the end. However, there sort of ''is'' something hidden there - if you turn the volume up enough, you can hear that the song didn't fully fade out after all, and it's still playing at an extremely low volume for the rest of the track's run time. BOC are just fond of messing with listeners like that.
* Not exactly an inversion: on TheBobs album ''Coaster'', there is a track titled "Hidden Bonus Track" [see above]. It offers the group's typical ironic pop-culture commentary, but, ironcally, isn't hidden in any way; it appears as a regular track in the middle of the album and is clearly listed and identified.

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* At first, BoardsOfCanada's Music/BoardsOfCanada's "Farewell Fire", the last song on ''The Campfire Headphase'', seems to be another hidden track fake-out, as it fades out completely with about four minutes of silence at the end. However, there sort of ''is'' something hidden there - if you turn the volume up enough, you can hear that the song didn't fully fade out after all, and it's still playing at an extremely low volume for the rest of the track's run time. BOC are just fond of messing with listeners like that.
* Not exactly an inversion: on TheBobs Music/TheBobs album ''Coaster'', there is a track titled "Hidden Bonus Track" [see above]. It offers the group's typical ironic pop-culture commentary, but, ironcally, isn't hidden in any way; it appears as a regular track in the middle of the album and is clearly listed and identified.
21st Feb '16 4:38:07 PM twilicorn
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* Jamiroquai's ''Synkronized'' has his contribution to the ''Film/{{Godzilla 1998}}'' soundtrack, "Deeper Underground", as an unlisted bonus track.

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''Synkronized'' has his their contribution to the ''Film/{{Godzilla 1998}}'' soundtrack, "Deeper Underground", as an unlisted bonus track.track.
** ''Travelling Without Moving'' has two unlisted tracks - "Do You Know Where You're Coming From?" and an untitled 8-minute ditty - at the very end.
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