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19th Jun '16 9:46:04 PM gewunomox
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* The second album by Music/ConcreteBlonde was 1989's ''Free''. Their song of that title was not released until their 1994 rarities collection ''Still in Hollywood''.

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* The second album by Music/ConcreteBlonde ''Concrete Blonde'' was 1989's ''Free''. Their song of that title was not released until their 1994 rarities collection ''Still in Hollywood''.
1st Jun '16 9:36:19 AM MikeK
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* Music/MeatPuppets' ''Golden Lies'' - five years after the album came out, a song of the same name showed up on Curt Kirkwood's solo album ''Snow''.

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* Music/MeatPuppets' ''Golden Lies'' - five was originally going to have a TitleTrack, but it was ultimately left off the album... Five years after the album came out, later, Curt Kirkwood recorded a song version of the same name showed up on Curt Kirkwood's song for his solo album ''Snow''.''Snow''.
5th May '16 2:13:36 PM aye_amber
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* The third album by TheDoors bore the title ''Waiting for the Sun'', but the song by that name wasn't released until two albums later, on ''Morrison Hotel''.

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* The third album by TheDoors Music/TheDoors bore the title ''Waiting for the Sun'', but the song by that name wasn't released until two albums later, on ''Morrison Hotel''.Hotel.''
9th Jan '16 8:15:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* Two CaptainBeefheart albums fell prey to this problem:

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* Two CaptainBeefheart Music/CaptainBeefheart albums fell prey to this problem:
25th Dec '15 12:51:47 PM Morgenthaler
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* CamperVanBeethoven's box set ''Cigarettes And Carrot Juice'' was actually named for a lyric from "Big Dipper" by David Lowery's other band, Cracker... But years later the Camper Van Beethoven song "Long Plastic Hallway" would also mention "cigarettes and carrot juice" in it's lyrics.

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* CamperVanBeethoven's Music/CamperVanBeethoven's box set ''Cigarettes And Carrot Juice'' was actually named for a lyric from "Big Dipper" by David Lowery's other band, Cracker... But years later the Camper Van Beethoven song "Long Plastic Hallway" would also mention "cigarettes and carrot juice" in it's lyrics.



* [[RobZombie White Zombie's]] self-released debut was called ''Soul-Crusher''. Four years and a shift in genre from NoiseRock to GrooveMetal later, their major label debut ''La Sexorcisto'' included a song called "Soul-Crusher".

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* [[RobZombie White Zombie's]] Music/WhiteZombie's self-released debut was called ''Soul-Crusher''. Four years and a shift in genre from NoiseRock to GrooveMetal later, their major label debut ''La Sexorcisto'' included a song called "Soul-Crusher".



* The second album by ConcreteBlonde was 1989's ''Free''. Their song of that title was not released until their 1994 rarities collection ''Still in Hollywood''.
* MarcyPlayground's ''Shapeshifter'' was released in 1999, but the title track was left off the album... It wasn't released until 2012, when it appeared on the BSide/rarity compilation ''Lunch, Recess & Detention''.

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* The second album by ConcreteBlonde Music/ConcreteBlonde was 1989's ''Free''. Their song of that title was not released until their 1994 rarities collection ''Still in Hollywood''.
* MarcyPlayground's Music/MarcyPlayground's ''Shapeshifter'' was released in 1999, but the title track was left off the album... It wasn't released until 2012, when it appeared on the BSide/rarity compilation ''Lunch, Recess & Detention''.
5th May '15 8:16:08 PM Patachou
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* The ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "How To Eat With Your Butt" revolves around Kenny taking his school photo with his butt sticking out of the hood in his parka instead of his face. The later episode "Red Hot Catholic Love", though, is the one where Cartman actually discovers how to eat with your butt.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' had a season 1 episode named "Homer's Odyssey" where he crusaded for more stringent safety regulation. It would still be several more seasons before they made the episode "Lemon Of Troy" that ''actually mirrored'' the plot of ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' (well, ''Literature/TheIliad'')... and [[FleetingDemographicRule another stretch of years]] before they did it again with a literal re-enactment with Simpsons characters acting parts from the story of the Odyssey. Lampshaded at one point. When he reads the title "Homer's Odyssey", he wonders if its about one of his previous adventures (wrong one, but still). Specifically, he wonders if it is about that time he rented a [[DontExplainTheJoke Honda Odyssey minivan]].

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* The ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode [[Recap/SouthParkS5E10HowToEatWithYourButt "How To Eat With Your Butt" Butt"]] revolves around Kenny taking his school photo with his butt sticking out of the hood in his parka instead of his face. The later episode [[Recap/SouthParkS6E8RedHotCatholicLove "Red Hot Catholic Love", Love"]], though, is the one where Cartman actually discovers how to eat with your butt.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' had a season 1 episode named [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E3HomersOdyssey "Homer's Odyssey" Odyssey"]] where he crusaded for more stringent safety regulation. It would still be several more seasons before they made the episode "Lemon Of Troy" that ''actually mirrored'' the plot of ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' (well, ''Literature/TheIliad'')... and [[FleetingDemographicRule another stretch of years]] before they did it again with a literal re-enactment with Simpsons characters acting parts from the story of the Odyssey. Lampshaded at one point. When he reads the title "Homer's Odyssey", he wonders if its about one of his previous adventures (wrong one, but still). Specifically, he wonders if it is about that time he rented a [[DontExplainTheJoke Honda Odyssey minivan]].
29th Jan '15 10:11:42 AM GnomeTitan
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Those curious about how inner wiki working like renames will find that a lot of them are motivated by this trope. A well-meaning troper will name a trope after an abstract concept, and several months later there will be inaccurate [[PotHole Pot Holes]] everywhere assuming that the trope means something completely different. This is a large part of the reason why wiki policy encourages new tropes to have more easily understood names.

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Those curious about how inner wiki working like renames will find that a lot of them are motivated by this trope. A well-meaning troper will name a trope after an abstract concept, and several months later there will be inaccurate [[PotHole Pot Holes]] everywhere assuming that the trope means something completely different. This is a large part of the reason why wiki policy encourages new tropes to have more easily understood names.
29th Jan '15 9:50:53 AM SolipSchism
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* Looking at the title of GoodIsDumb, most people would probably assume it's something like the quote from ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}''--a character decides to trust a villain, not for any particular reason, but because they're a good guy who's holding the IdiotBall. For an extremely long time, this trope was the primary title of [[strike:RedemptionDemotion]] RedemptionDemotion, which had nothing to do with that idea. Regrettably, we still don't have a proper GoodIsDumb article- it's [[strike:still a redirect]] an index.

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* Looking at the title of GoodIsDumb, most people would probably assume it's something like the quote from ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}''--a character decides to trust a villain, not for any particular reason, but because they're a good guy who's holding the IdiotBall. For an extremely long time, this trope was the primary title of [[strike:RedemptionDemotion]] RedemptionDemotion, which had nothing to do with that idea. Regrettably, we still don't have a proper GoodIsDumb article- it's [[strike:still a redirect]] an index.
30th Apr '14 11:57:10 AM MikeK
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* All, who are basically {{Music/Descendents}} without usual lead vocalist Milo Aukerman, released an album called ''Mass Nerder'' in 1998. In 2014, the Descendents album ''Cool to Be You'' included a song of that name. Unlike a lot of such cases, "Mass Nerder" was apparently a new song, not an outtake left off of the album of the same name: The songwriting is credited entirely to Milo Aukerman, who didn't have any involvement in writing the All album.

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* All, who are basically {{Music/Descendents}} without usual lead vocalist Milo Aukerman, released an album called ''Mass Nerder'' in 1998. In 2014, 2004, the Descendents album ''Cool to Be You'' included a song of that name. Unlike a lot of such cases, "Mass Nerder" was apparently a new song, not an outtake left off of the album of the same name: The songwriting is credited entirely to Milo Aukerman, who didn't have any involvement in writing the All album.
30th Apr '14 11:56:33 AM MikeK
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* All, who are basically {{Music/Descendents}} without usual lead vocalist Milo Aukerman, released an album called ''Mass Nerder'' in 1998. In 204, the Descendents album ''Cool to Be You'' included a song of that name. Unlike a lot of such cases, "Mass Nerder" was apparently a new song, not an outtake left off of the album of the same name: The songwriting is credited entirely to Milo Aukerman, who didn't have any involvement in writing the All album.

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* All, who are basically {{Music/Descendents}} without usual lead vocalist Milo Aukerman, released an album called ''Mass Nerder'' in 1998. In 204, 2014, the Descendents album ''Cool to Be You'' included a song of that name. Unlike a lot of such cases, "Mass Nerder" was apparently a new song, not an outtake left off of the album of the same name: The songwriting is credited entirely to Milo Aukerman, who didn't have any involvement in writing the All album.
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