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18th Jul '17 6:59:00 AM pvsage
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A [[{{Music Trope|s}} music trope]]. When a band records part of a song, they may sometimes leave in some of the talking that occurred during the recording session. It generally appears at the beginning or end of a song.

A subtrope of ThrowItIn, related to LeaveTheCameraRunning.

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A [[{{Music Trope|s}} music trope]].{{Music Trope|s}}. When a band records part of a song, they may sometimes leave in some of the talking that occurred during the recording session. It generally appears at the beginning or end of a song.

A subtrope of ThrowItIn, related to LeaveTheCameraRunning.
LeaveTheCameraRunning. If you were looking for unintelligible chatter from background characters in other media, see AudienceMurmurs.
31st May '17 6:24:00 PM nombretomado
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* [[TheYoungOnes Neil]]'s "Hurdy Gurdy Mushroom Man" (the B-side of "Hole in my Shoe") has lots of this.

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* [[TheYoungOnes [[Series/TheYoungOnes Neil]]'s "Hurdy Gurdy Mushroom Man" (the B-side of "Hole in my Shoe") has lots of this.
24th Apr '17 11:39:15 AM Golondrina
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* One cast recording of ''Theatre/OnceUponAMattress'' includes a 20-second track of the director and CarolBurnett (Princess Winifred) discussing Carol's performance ("Carol, you don't sound like you're having enough fun with this").

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* One cast recording of ''Theatre/OnceUponAMattress'' includes a 20-second track of the director and CarolBurnett Creator/CarolBurnett (Princess Winifred) discussing Carol's performance ("Carol, you don't sound like you're having enough fun with this").
13th Apr '17 2:28:21 PM Neleton
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* Swirlies' song "You Can't Be Told It, You Must Behold It" begins with lead singer Damon Tutunjian muttering "I still don't know how to resolve it", probably referring to the ending of the previous song continuing into the beginning of the aforementioned song.
4th Apr '17 1:47:03 PM kirk_is
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* "Bubbly" has Colbie Caillat asking "Will you count me in?" after the first few bars.

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* "Bubbly" has Colbie Caillat Music/ColbieCaillat asking "Will you count me in?" after the first few bars.
4th Apr '17 1:45:53 PM kirk_is
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* "Bubbly" has Colbie Caillat asking "Will you count me in?" after the first few bars.
31st Mar '17 12:58:56 PM Twentington
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** Between it's FakeOutFadeOut and its actual LastNoteNightmare ending, "Fume" has a snippet of Beck's friend Steve Moramarco apparently coming up with a mock-{{bowdlerized}} version of the chorus: "...And I really don't think I know what, do you? There's an ant... in my shoe!"

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** Between it's its FakeOutFadeOut and its actual LastNoteNightmare ending, "Fume" has a snippet of Beck's friend Steve Moramarco apparently coming up with a mock-{{bowdlerized}} version of the chorus: "...And I really don't think I know what, do you? There's an ant... in my shoe!"
24th Mar '17 5:15:05 PM TheNicestGuy
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* Bad News was a spoof metal band that spun off from {{Mockumentary}} appearances in ''Series/TheComicStripPresents'' (concurrently and independently from [[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap Spın̈al Tap]]). Their debut album "Bad News" has more Studio Chatter and HilariousOuttakes than finished music.
17th Mar '17 12:42:13 PM riceisnice
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***Near the end of the song ''Woody 'n' You'' on the album ''Relaxin' With The Miles Davis Quintet'', John Coltrane can be heard asking "Where's the beer opener?"
19th Feb '17 9:34:13 AM Twentington
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* At the end of Pinmonkey's "Stay with Us," one of the guitarists says, "That better be it, because I just broke my A string on the last bar."
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