History MissingEpisode / Music

25th Nov '16 10:20:35 AM Twentington
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* Music/RayStevens was supposed to release an album titled ''Ear Candy'' in 2000. No trace of it exists, but some of its songs showed up on ''Osama-- Yo' Mama'' just over a year later.
19th Nov '16 11:33:26 AM Twentington
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* The most recent one of TheNewTens are Music/WuTangClan's (in)famous ''Once Upon a Time in Shaolin'', a double album the group worked on from 2007-2014 by [[AscendedFanboy Cilvaringz]], an aspiring producer and close associate with RZA. In 2015, RZA and Cilvaringz planned to have the album be released in ''one copy'' for auction and RZA enforced a '''[[SerialEscalation 88 year ban]]''' for it to never be profited and only to be heard by the buyer. It was intended to be shown in museums, but this was scrapped. Things became more controversial when the album was bought for $2 million by controversial figure [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Martin Shkreli]], while Shkreli has shown interest in [[HopeSpot leaking it if people really want to hear it]], it's unknown if he will.

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* The most recent one of TheNewTens are Music/WuTangClan's (in)famous ''Once Upon a Time in Shaolin'', a double album the group worked on from 2007-2014 by [[AscendedFanboy Cilvaringz]], an aspiring producer and close associate with RZA. In 2015, RZA and Cilvaringz planned to have the album be released in ''one copy'' for auction and RZA enforced a '''[[SerialEscalation 88 year ban]]''' for it to never be profited and only to be heard by the buyer. It was intended to be shown in museums, but this was scrapped. Things became more controversial when the album was bought for $2 million by controversial figure [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Martin Shkreli]], while Shkreli has shown interest in [[HopeSpot leaking it if people really want to hear it]], it's unknown if he will.
19th Nov '16 11:31:33 AM Twentington
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* Anita Cochran's third album, ''God Created Woman'', was never released. The album's lead single was "I Wanna Hear a Cheatin' Song", a "duet" with Music/ConwayTwitty which was created in a very bizarre fashion: Twitty's part was fashioned by stitching together existing recordings of him, due to him having died in 1993.
10th Nov '16 1:26:45 PM Twentington
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* Pirates of the Mississippi were to have recorded an album for Giant Records in 1995 titled ''Sure Sign''. Two singles were released from it: the title track and "You Could Do Better", but neither charted and the album was shelved. "You Could Do Better" was made into a music video, but there is otherwise no trace of this album anywhere.
7th Nov '16 8:29:27 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic singer Sylvia has one unreleased album, titled ''Knockin' Around'', which was slated for a 1986 release. Although lead single "Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained" made the country top 40, the album was shelved and she left the label.
27th Oct '16 11:55:47 AM bowserbros
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* Creator/MichaelJackson has a number of songs locked away, having never had official releases. Following his death in 2009, however, a number of these songs were leaked online, and a year later, Jackson's estate gave Sony Music Entertainment permission to include some of his unreleased songs on ten posthumous albums that will be released throughout UsefulNotes/TheNewTens; so far two of these albums have been published.

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* Creator/MichaelJackson has [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unreleased_songs_recorded_by_Michael_Jackson a considerable number of songs songs]] locked away, having never had official releases.releases for whatever reason. Following his death in 2009, however, a number of these songs were leaked online, and a year later, Jackson's estate gave Sony Music Entertainment permission to include some of his unreleased songs on ten posthumous albums that will be released throughout UsefulNotes/TheNewTens; so far two of these albums have been published.
27th Oct '16 11:54:45 AM bowserbros
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* Creator/MichaelJackson has a number of songs locked away, having never had official releases. Following his death in 2009, however, a number of these songs were leaked online, and a year later, Jackson's estate gave Sony Music Entertainment permission to include some of his unreleased songs on ten posthumous albums that will be released throughout UsefulNotes/TheNewTens; so far two of these albums have been published.
22nd Oct '16 8:46:33 PM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry planned to release their sixth album for Creator/ColumbiaRecords, ''Freedom'', in late 2009. But when its lead single "Oughta Be More Songs About That" bombed, the label changed tactics and decided to instead release an EP with a mix of old and new songs titled ''Hits and More: Life Beside a Gravel Road'', with "While You're Still Young" as the lead single. But when ''that'' also did poorly at radio, the duo asked out of their contract, leaving the EP unreleased as well.
16th Oct '16 11:28:24 AM Twentington
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* Ty Herndon's fifth studio album for Creator/EpicRecords was never released when its lead single, "Heather's Wall", stalled out at #37. Epic then released a GreatestHitsAlbum, and Herndon was sidelined for several years due to a full-fledged CreatorBreakdown.

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* Ty Herndon's fifth studio album for Creator/EpicRecords was never released when its lead single, "Heather's Wall", stalled out at #37. Epic then released a GreatestHitsAlbum, and Herndon was sidelined for several years due to a full-fledged CreatorBreakdown. Ty said in an interview with Creator/{{CMT}} that the song's corresponding music video was part of a trilogy that would have included videos for "I'd Move Heaven and Earth for You" and "Stones", but neither video was made. "I'd Move Heaven and Earth for You" appeared on the Greatest Hits album, but "Stones" did not surface until Ty released a re-recorded version in 2011 on a small independent label (although a version also appears on Tracy Lawrence's 2004 album ''Strong'').
16th Oct '16 11:18:51 AM Twentington
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* Ty Herndon's fifth studio album for Creator/EpicRecords was never released when its lead single, "Heather's Wall", stalled out at #37. Epic then released a GreatestHitsAlbum, and Herndon was sidelined for several years due to a full-fledged CreatorBreakdown.
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