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9th Nov '16 3:21:48 PM AndyLA
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* Music/TenaciousD's song "City Hall" ends with JD fiddling with the final note of the song on guitar for a few seconds, then saying, "Don't... cut that part out." Then KG strums out an unrelated riff and proclaims, "We've got it!"

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* Music/TenaciousD's song "City Hall" ends with JD Creator/JackBlack fiddling with the final note of the song on guitar for a few seconds, then saying, "Don't... cut that part out." Then KG Kyle Gass strums out an unrelated riff and proclaims, "We've got it!"
9th Nov '16 3:18:10 PM AndyLA
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** Also, in "Unchained" Ted Templeman interrupts David Lee Roth's trash talking with "Come on, Dave, gimme a break!" (and he replies "He-he-he-hey! One break, coming up!").

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** Also, in "Unchained" "Unchained", Ted Templeman interrupts David Lee Roth's trash talking with "Come on, Dave, gimme a break!" (and he replies "He-he-he-hey! One break, coming up!").



** The Band's albums from ''Brave New World'' to ''A Matter of Life and Death'' include each a spoken part with drummer Nicko [=McBrain=], one finishing ("Awww, I fucking missed him", with the RecordProducers response as well, in ''Brave New World'') and two opening the album ("One, two, one, two, three, four!" and "[[BigYes AYEEE]]!").

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** The Band's band's albums from ''Brave New World'' to ''A Matter of Life and Death'' include each a spoken part with drummer Nicko [=McBrain=], one finishing ("Awww, I fucking missed him", with the RecordProducers record producer's response as well, in ''Brave New World'') "The Thin Line Between Love and Hate") and two opening the album ("One, two, one, two, three, four!" in "Wildest Dreams", and "[[BigYes AYEEE]]!").AYEEE]]!" in "Different World").



** The last two minutes of B side "Black Bart Blues is made up of outtakes from the album "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" including plenty of studio chatter from drummer Nicko [=McBrain=].
** Leading into the end of "Space Station No. 5", Bruce Dickinson starts fooling around and imitating a horse race announcer as the solo speeds up. When the song ends, he continues with "And at the finish it's prick, followed by the wanker, followed by, uh, cunt, with arsehole finishing a close fourth." Someone then asks "Why did you say that?", and Bruce laughs in response.

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** The last two minutes of B side "Black Bart Blues Blues" is made up of outtakes from the album "Seventh ''Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" Son'', including plenty of studio chatter from drummer Nicko [=McBrain=].
** Leading into the end of "Space Station No. 5", 5" (a Music/{{Montrose}} cover), Bruce Dickinson starts fooling around and imitating a horse race announcer as the solo speeds up. When the song ends, he continues with "And at the finish it's prick, followed by the wanker, followed by, uh, cunt, with arsehole finishing a close fourth." Someone then asks "Why did you say that?", and Bruce laughs in response.
9th Nov '16 2:54:52 PM AndyLA
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* The album version of Music/FaithNoMore's cover of The Commodores' "Easy" starts with Mike Patton saying "Turn the lights on, baby. This one's for the ladies in the house!" during the first notes. This is removed in the radio version.

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* The album version of Music/FaithNoMore's cover of The Commodores' "Easy" starts with Mike Patton saying "Turn the lights on, baby. This baby", followed by another of the band members saying "This one's for the ladies in the house!" during the first notes. This is removed in the radio version.
9th Nov '16 9:54:49 AM nombretomado
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* After the final track on the soundtrack album for ''Film/TheVanishing'', JerryGoldsmith congratulates the orchestra and there's applause.

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* After the final track on the soundtrack album for ''Film/TheVanishing'', JerryGoldsmith Music/JerryGoldsmith congratulates the orchestra and there's applause.
2nd Nov '16 5:25:23 AM AndyLA
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* Music/BlindMelon's "Mouthful Of Cavities" starts with Shannon Hoon saying "Listen, man, I got the window open, hear the cats?". Evidently there were some cats just outside the studio, since you can faintly hear some meowing in the background as he says this.

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* Music/BlindMelon's "Mouthful Of of Cavities" starts with Shannon Hoon saying "Listen, man, I got the window open, hear the cats?". Evidently there were some cats just outside the studio, since you can faintly hear some meowing in the background as he says this.this.
* The album version of Music/FaithNoMore's cover of The Commodores' "Easy" starts with Mike Patton saying "Turn the lights on, baby. This one's for the ladies in the house!" during the first notes. This is removed in the radio version.



** Also, in "Unchained" Ted Templeman interrupts David Lee Roth's trash talking with "Come on, Dave, gimme a break!" (and he replies "One break, coming up!").

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** Also, in "Unchained" Ted Templeman interrupts David Lee Roth's trash talking with "Come on, Dave, gimme a break!" (and he replies "One "He-he-he-hey! One break, coming up!").



** At the end of ''The Unbeliever'' after the guitars have rung out a voice can be be heard saying "That's the One", followed by another saying "Yeah that's it, let's go and listen".
** At the end of ''Still Life'' drummer Nicko [=McBrain=] can be heard saying "Yeah, that's was fucking great".

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** At the end of ''The Unbeliever'' "The Unbeliever" after the guitars have rung out a voice can be be heard saying "That's the One", one", followed by another saying "Yeah that's it, let's go and listen".
** At the end of ''Still Life'' "Still Life" drummer Nicko [=McBrain=] can be heard saying "Yeah, that's was fucking great".


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** Leading into the end of "Space Station No. 5", Bruce Dickinson starts fooling around and imitating a horse race announcer as the solo speeds up. When the song ends, he continues with "And at the finish it's prick, followed by the wanker, followed by, uh, cunt, with arsehole finishing a close fourth." Someone then asks "Why did you say that?", and Bruce laughs in response.
** "Mission from 'Arry" is all this. It's a recorded argument between Steve Harris, Bruce and Nicko about a roadie who couldn't tell Nicko to extend his drum solo and got yelled at later. When they found the tape (which Bruce had hidden beforehand), they decided it was hilarious enough to be put on the B-side of "2 Minutes to Midnight".
30th Oct '16 3:42:52 PM DavidBoothroyd
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* As Art Garfunkel came to the end of the recording of 'So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright', he repeatedly sang the line 'So long, so long' so often that producer Roy Halee can be heard yelling "So Long Already, Artie!". As Garfunkel was unaware the song was really a message from Paul Simon telling him their musical partnership was at an end, this was a bit like [[last disrepects]].

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* As Art Garfunkel came to the end of the recording of 'So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright', he repeatedly sang the line 'So long, so long' so often that producer Roy Halee can be heard yelling "So Long Already, Artie!". As Garfunkel was unaware the song was really a message from Paul Simon telling him their musical partnership was at an end, this was a bit like [[last disrepects]].
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30th Oct '16 3:42:16 PM DavidBoothroyd
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* As Art Garfunkel came to the end of the recording of 'So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright', he repeatedly sang the line 'So long, so long' so often that producer Roy Halee can be heard yelling "So Long Already, Artie!". As Garfunkel was unaware the song was really a message from Paul Simon telling him their musical partnership was at an end, this was a bit like [[last disrepects]].
17th Oct '16 1:09:50 PM Twentington
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* Someone in the studio yells "There's your record, hoss" at the end of ShaniaTwain's "No One Needs to Know." Afterward, another voice (possibly record producer Creator/RobertJohnMuttLange) says "Yep, there you go, dude."

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* Someone in the studio Session drummer Paul Leim yells "There's your record, hoss" at the end of ShaniaTwain's Music/ShaniaTwain's "No One Needs to Know." Afterward, another voice (possibly record producer Creator/RobertJohnMuttLange) says "Yep, there you go, dude."
27th Sep '16 7:57:49 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* "Louie Louie" by the [[CoveredUp Kingsmen]] includes a F-Bomb when the drummer makes a mistake. Since the song was recorded in one pass they had no choice but to leave that in there.

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* "Louie Louie" by the [[CoveredUp Kingsmen]] includes a F-Bomb when the drummer makes a mistake. Since the song was recorded in one pass they had no choice but to leave that in there. Hilariously, the FBI agents who analyzed the song to try and find if the unintelligible lyrics were vulgar never noticed that noticeable outburst.
23rd Sep '16 10:22:09 PM nombretomado
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* "is this thing on" on Rock n Roll by BritneySpears
** "Turn it up, yeah" on Don't Keep Me Waiting also by BritneySpears

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* "is this thing on" on Rock n Roll by BritneySpears
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** "Turn it up, yeah" on Don't Keep Me Waiting also by BritneySpearsMusic/BritneySpears
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