History MissingEpisode / Music

22nd Apr '18 4:37:39 AM jormis29
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* Lee Ann Womack has had this happen twice. In 2006, she moved from MCA to Mercury Nashville and released "Finding My Way Back Home", the title track to an album of the same name. Due to its underperformance, the album was shelved and she moved back to MCA for the album ''Call Me Crazy''. After that album, she put out a new single titled "There Is a God" (CoveredUp Trent Willmon), but it also bombed, its corresponding album disappeared, and she left MCA. Womack has not charted since.

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* Lee Ann Womack Music/LeeAnnWomack has had this happen twice. In 2006, she moved from MCA to Mercury Nashville and released "Finding My Way Back Home", the title track to an album of the same name. Due to its underperformance, the album was shelved and she moved back to MCA for the album ''Call Me Crazy''. After that album, she put out a new single titled "There Is a God" (CoveredUp Trent Willmon), but it also bombed, its corresponding album disappeared, and she left MCA. Womack has not charted since.
20th Apr '18 8:59:12 AM Twentington
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* Craig Morgan's 2010 single "Still a Little Chicken Left on That Bone" was never put on an album due to the closure of BNA Records a few months later.
18th Apr '18 6:09:48 AM jormis29
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* Shawn Camp recorded an album for Reprise Records in 1994, but it was never released due to CreativeDifferences. Parent company Creator/WarnerBrosRecords finally released the disc in 2010 under the title ''1994''. Two tracks from the album were cut by other artists in the interim: both Music/RandyTravis and Sammy Kershaw cut "Little Bitty Crack in Her Heart", and both Joe Diffie and Music/PattyLoveless recorded versions of "The Grandpa That I Know".

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* Shawn Camp recorded an album for Reprise Records in 1994, but it was never released due to CreativeDifferences. Parent company Creator/WarnerBrosRecords finally released the disc in 2010 under the title ''1994''. Two tracks from the album were cut by other artists in the interim: both Music/RandyTravis and Sammy Kershaw cut "Little Bitty Crack in Her Heart", and both Joe Diffie Music/JoeDiffie and Music/PattyLoveless recorded versions of "The Grandpa That I Know".
17th Apr '18 5:02:52 PM Twentington
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* Music/JoDeeMessina's last chart single "I'm Done" never appeared on an album.
16th Apr '18 9:17:01 PM jormis29
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* Shawn Camp recorded an album for Reprise Records in 1994, but it was never released due to CreativeDifferences. Parent company Creator/WarnerBrosRecords finally released the disc in 2010 under the title ''1994''. Two tracks from the album were cut by other artists in the interim: both Music/RandyTravis and Sammy Kershaw cut "Little Bitty Crack in Her Heart", and both Joe Diffie and Patty Loveless recorded versions of "The Grandpa That I Know".

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* Shawn Camp recorded an album for Reprise Records in 1994, but it was never released due to CreativeDifferences. Parent company Creator/WarnerBrosRecords finally released the disc in 2010 under the title ''1994''. Two tracks from the album were cut by other artists in the interim: both Music/RandyTravis and Sammy Kershaw cut "Little Bitty Crack in Her Heart", and both Joe Diffie and Patty Loveless Music/PattyLoveless recorded versions of "The Grandpa That I Know".



* Curtis Wright charted in the Top 40 in 1990 with "She's Got a Man on Her Mind", later CoveredUp by Music/ConwayTwitty. The song was supposed to be included on an album for the small Airborne label titled ''Slick Hick''. It was also supposed to have a second single, "You Saved Me", which Wright wrote for Patty Loveless a few years prior. However, the label closed soon afterward, leaving both "You Saved Me" and the rest of ''Slick Hick'' unreleased. Wright later released a solo album for Liberty Records in 1992.

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* Curtis Wright charted in the Top 40 in 1990 with "She's Got a Man on Her Mind", later CoveredUp by Music/ConwayTwitty. The song was supposed to be included on an album for the small Airborne label titled ''Slick Hick''. It was also supposed to have a second single, "You Saved Me", which Wright wrote for Patty Loveless Music/PattyLoveless a few years prior. However, the label closed soon afterward, leaving both "You Saved Me" and the rest of ''Slick Hick'' unreleased. Wright later released a solo album for Liberty Records in 1992.
15th Apr '18 11:00:39 PM Twentington
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* Lee Brice's first single was supposed to be "Overrated", but it was changed quickly to "She Ain't Right", and no trace of "Overrated" exists. After that, his debut album ''Picture of Me'' was never released due to "She Ain't Right", "Happy Endings", and "Upper Middle Class White Trash" all underperforming. He finally released an album in 2010 titled ''Love Like Crazy'', which came on the success of its title track; this album did include "She Ain't Right" and "Happy Endings" in the track listing, but left "Upper Middle Class White Trash" in the dust.

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* Lee Brice's Music/LeeBrice's first single was supposed to be "Overrated", but it was changed quickly to "She Ain't Right", and no trace of "Overrated" exists. After that, his debut album ''Picture of Me'' was never released due to "She Ain't Right", "Happy Endings", and "Upper Middle Class White Trash" all underperforming. He finally released an album in 2010 titled ''Love Like Crazy'', which came on the success of its title track; this album did include "She Ain't Right" and "Happy Endings" in the track listing, but left "Upper Middle Class White Trash" in the dust.
4th Apr '18 2:40:39 AM jormis29
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* Diamond Rio had this happen twice:

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* Diamond Rio Music/DiamondRio had this happen twice:
29th Mar '18 10:33:24 PM Twentington
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** This same policy previously screwed over Steve Holy, who had five singles between his biggest hits "Good Morning Beautiful" and "Brand New Girlfriend". None of the five songs made it higher than #26 ("Put Your Best Dress On"), and only three of the five can be obtained legally. He also had two more singles between his second and third albums, of which one ("Might Have Been") was never included on an album.

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** This same policy previously screwed over Steve Holy, who had five singles between his biggest hits "Good Morning Beautiful" and "Brand New Girlfriend". None of the Those five songs made it higher than #26 ("Put were "I'm Not Breakin'", "Rock-a-Bye Heart", "Put Your Best Dress On"), On", "Go Home", and only "It's My Time (Waste It If I Want To)". The latter three are all available for download, and both "I'm Not Breakin'" and "Put Your Best Dress On" were put on a compilation album in 2013, but "Rock-a-Bye Heart" remains out of the five can be obtained legally. He print. Another stray single, "Might Have Been" from 2008, was also had two more singles between his second and third albums, of which one ("Might Have Been") was never included put on an album.album, and the only circulating copy is on iTunes.
27th Mar '18 11:28:59 PM bt8257
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** "Now and Then" was originally recorded as a Music/JohnLennon home demo, and was given to the surviving Beatles in the 1990's by Music/YokoOno to flesh out and make a new song. It was never finished and never made it out. Fans are dying to hear it in one way or another, even if incomplete. The good news? Paul has shown interest in finishing it with Ringo.

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** "Now and Then" was originally recorded as a Music/JohnLennon home demo, and was given to the surviving Beatles in the 1990's 1990s by Music/YokoOno to flesh out and make a new song. It was never finished and never made it out. Fans are dying to hear it in one way or another, even if incomplete. The good news? Paul has shown interest in finishing it with Ringo.



* Twelfth Night's self-titled album was released in 1986, but because of a dispute over royalty payments no CD version appeared until 2005, nineteen years later.

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* Twelfth Night's self-titled album was released in 1986, but because of a dispute over royalty payments payments, no CD version appeared until 2005, nineteen years later.2005.
27th Mar '18 11:28:15 PM bt8257
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* The 2015 remix of ''Prowler in the Yard'' by Music/PigDestroyer omits the song "Evacuating Heaven" entirely: The liner notes explain that the vocal track was missing from their archives, and "in keeping with the edict that we NOT add anything new to this cd", they removed the song rather than having to re-record the vocals.

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* The 2015 remix of ''Prowler in the Yard'' by Music/PigDestroyer omits the song "Evacuating Heaven" entirely: The liner notes explain that the vocal track was missing from their archives, and "in keeping with the edict that we NOT add anything new to this cd", CD", they removed the song rather than having to re-record the vocals.
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