History MissingEpisode / Music

20th Oct '17 6:05:34 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic duo [=LoCash=] Cowboys were originally signed tow R&J/Stroudavarious Records from 2010 to 2012. They issued three singles: "Here Comes Summer", "Keep in Mind", and "You Got Me", all of which reached the lower regions of the country music charts. A fourth single, "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.", was also given an adds date, but the label closed up soon afterward. The duo's album for R&J, ''This Is How We Do It'', was left in the can, although "Keep in Mind" and "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." carried over to an album released on Average Joes in 2013. While they had no more success on Average Joes, they have been more successful on an independent label as just [=LoCash=].

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* CountryMusic duo [=LoCash=] Cowboys were originally signed tow R&J/Stroudavarious Records from 2010 to 2012. They issued three singles: "Here Comes Summer", "Keep in Mind", and "You Got Me", all of which reached the lower regions of the country music charts. A fourth single, "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.", was also given an adds date, date in May 2012, but the label closed up soon afterward. The duo's album for R&J, ''This Is How We Do It'', was left in the can, although "Keep in Mind" and "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." carried over to an album released on Average Joes in 2013.2013 (the label also released a remix of "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." featuring CountryRap artist Colt Ford [who also founded Average Joes on a multi-artist compilation). While they had no more success on Average Joes, they have been more successful on an independent label as just [=LoCash=].
20th Oct '17 6:01:54 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic duo =LoCash=] Cowboys ere originally signed tow R&J/Stroudavarious Records from 2010 to 2012. They issued three singles: "Here Comes Summer", "Keep in Mind", and "You Got Me", all of which reached the lower regions of the country music charts. A fourth single, "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.", was also given an adds date, but the label closed up soon afterward. The duo's album for R&J, ''This Is How We Do It'', was left in the can, although "Keep in Mind" and "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." carried over to an album released on Average Joes in 2013. While they had no more success on Average Joes, they have been more successful on an independent label as just [=LoCash=].

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* CountryMusic duo =LoCash=] [=LoCash=] Cowboys ere were originally signed tow R&J/Stroudavarious Records from 2010 to 2012. They issued three singles: "Here Comes Summer", "Keep in Mind", and "You Got Me", all of which reached the lower regions of the country music charts. A fourth single, "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.", was also given an adds date, but the label closed up soon afterward. The duo's album for R&J, ''This Is How We Do It'', was left in the can, although "Keep in Mind" and "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." carried over to an album released on Average Joes in 2013. While they had no more success on Average Joes, they have been more successful on an independent label as just [=LoCash=].
20th Oct '17 6:00:21 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic duo =LoCash=] Cowboys ere originally signed tow R&J/Stroudavarious Records from 2010 to 2012. They issued three singles: "Here Comes Summer", "Keep in Mind", and "You Got Me", all of which reached the lower regions of the country music charts. A fourth single, "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.", was also given an adds date, but the label closed up soon afterward. The duo's album for R&J, ''This Is How We Do It'', was left in the can, although "Keep in Mind" and "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." carried over to an album released on Average Joes in 2013. While they had no more success on Average Joes, they have been more successful on an independent label as just [=LoCash=].
10th Oct '17 9:57:51 AM Twentington
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* Craig Hand had this happen twice. He was also a victim of Category 5's closure right after his single "Direct Connect" was released, although the single does exist on iTunes. He later suffered this a second time as the lead singer of Bush Hawg, which barely scraped the bottom of the charts with "Crushin'". A second single, "More Than Corn", was announced but apparently never released, and Bush Hawg was never heard from again.
3rd Oct '17 2:32:12 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* Anything from Music/{{Lostprophets}}, on account of a CP controversy that saw their frontman Ian Watkins imprisoned. His bandmates are so ashamed, they have essentially {{Unperson}}ed the band and its music from their history, going so far as to refuse to play ''anything'' they did as Lostprophets in concert to this day.
1st Oct '17 5:55:37 AM Twentington
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* Clint Daniels had this happen twice. His first album for Creator/AristaRecords Nashville was never fully released, although a few promo copies exist and lead single "A Fool's Progress" made the charts. He later moved to Creator/EpicRecords and released "The Letter (Almost Home)", which also never made it to an album.
19th Sep '17 10:54:33 PM MikeK
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* Shudder To Think's ''Funeral At The Movies'' originally included a CoverVersion of [[Music/JimiHendrix "Crosstown Traffic"]]. Copyright issues caused the song to be omitted on the most recent CD and vinyl reissues of the album, as well as on digital releases of the album.

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* Shudder To Think's ''Funeral At The Movies'' originally included a CoverVersion of [[Music/JimiHendrix "Crosstown Traffic"]]. Copyright issues caused the song to be omitted on the most recent CD and vinyl reissues of the album, as well as on digital releases of the album. releases.
19th Sep '17 10:53:56 PM MikeK
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* Shudder To Think's ''Funeral At The Movies'' originally included a CoverVersion of [[Music/JimiHendrix "Crosstown Traffic"]]. Copyright issues caused the song to be omitted on the most recent CD and vinyl reissues of the album, as well as on digital releases of the album.
9th Sep '17 10:05:12 AM Twentington
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* When CountryMusic label Category 5 Records went out of business [[ExecutiveMeddling due to the owner misallocating funds intended for a hospital that he owned]], four singles were canned without ever being released: "Wake Up Dancin'" by Odiss Kohn, "All Kinds of Beautiful" by Shauna Feagan, "The One That Got Away" by Jerrod Niemann, and "Something Stronger Than Me" by Travis Tritt. The last of the four can be found on Tritt's album ''The Storm'' (which he later reissued independently as ''The Calm After...'' in 2013), but there is virtually no trace of the other three.
4th Sep '17 10:00:50 AM rjd1922
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* One of the most notorious missing songs is a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ready_%27n%27_Steady track]] called "Ready 'n' Steady" by a group only known as "D.A." The song charted on Billboards "Bubbling Under" chart (the songs that just missed the Hot 100 Charts, essentially #101 and so on.) for three weeks in 1979. Initially believing it was a small run of an independent label that managed to get some airplay in Midwestern markets, a music historian searched out the address of the track's record label to an empty building in Detroit, and found no evidence of the song, the group, or the alleged record label. Information about this song is '''so''' impossible to find, at this point, it's generally accepted that the record actually didn't exist and was merely some sort of practical joke.
** UPDATE. The missing track has been found. One of the surviving members of the group gave the recording to a radio show dedicated to old music or other old stuff. The song was never actually released as a single and its placement on the charts was due to the band's publicist pulling strings at Billboard (Billboard's chart director at the time, Bill Wardlow, was notorious for manipulating the rankings and accepting bribes). [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdt_Aer-46Q&ab_channel=TheSUNRA21 Here is a link to the song]]

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* One of the most notorious missing songs is a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ready_%27n%27_Steady track]] called "Ready 'n' Steady" by a group only known as "D.A." The song charted on Billboards "Bubbling Under" chart (the songs that just missed the Hot 100 Charts, essentially #101 and so on.) for three weeks in 1979. Initially believing it was a small run of an independent label that managed to get some airplay in Midwestern markets, a music historian searched out the address of the track's record label to an empty building in Detroit, and found no evidence of the song, the group, or the alleged record label. Information about this song is was '''so''' impossible to find, at this point, it's find that until 2016, it was generally accepted that the record actually didn't exist and was merely some sort of practical joke.
** UPDATE. The missing track has been found. One of the surviving members of the group gave the recording to a radio show dedicated to old music or other old stuff. The song was never actually released as a single and its placement on the charts was due to the band's publicist pulling strings at Billboard (Billboard's chart director at the time, Bill Wardlow, was notorious for manipulating the rankings and accepting bribes). [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdt_Aer-46Q&ab_channel=TheSUNRA21 com/watch?v=mdt_Aer-46Q Here is a link to the song]]
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