History MissingEpisode / Music

21st Jul '16 5:39:18 PM Ezclee4050
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** 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. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdt_Aer-46Q&ab_channel=TheSUNRA21 Here is a link to the song]]

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** 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]]
18th Jul '16 9:25:53 PM falcon29321
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**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. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdt_Aer-46Q&ab_channel=TheSUNRA21 Here is a link to the song]]
17th Jul '16 7:43:27 PM SilverNova
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----* [[http://www.followthegeography.com/audio.html According to Follow The Geography]], David Bridie and John Phillips (along with several other artists) were secretly working on an album throughout the late nineties called ''Dumb'' that for some unknown reason, was never released. What survives was what was supposed to be the single from the album; a song called ''Crow'' (which was a reworked version of an instrumental piece called ''The Sleep Of Rhythm'') that eventually got released as part of David Bridie and John Phillips ''Projects 2''... In 2011.
** Another David Bridie rarity that has eluded a proper release was a grunge-y cover of ''Map Ref. 41ºN 93ºW'' by the post-punk band ''Wire''. It was initially slated for release on Bridie's ''Act Of Free Choice'' album. However it was cut at the last moment. It was then going to be included on an ''Act Of Free Choice'' DVD along with some other rarities, but the project got shelved for some reason. Thankfully, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9UL_8VE1as someone managed to find a leak of the song]] (apparently with Bridie's permission), so at least its not lost forever.
17th Jul '16 11:02:35 AM Twentington
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** There have been some hopes of it leaking, with Shkreli's arrest in 2015 for ''heavy'' frauds, a ''suing'' from an artist who's art was '''used in the album book without his permission''', but alas, only fate will come in to release the album.

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** There have been some hopes of it leaking, with Shkreli's arrest in 2015 for ''heavy'' frauds, a ''suing'' from an artist who's whose art was '''used in the album book without his permission''', but alas, only fate will come in to release the album.
27th Jun '16 7:05:37 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic singer Lionel Cartwright's fourth album, supposedly to have been titled ''The Real Story'', was never released despite producing two singles ("Be My Angel" and "Standing on the Promises"). The former had a music video made, while the latter was published in sheet music form.
27th Jun '16 5:10:12 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic band Ricochet's original third album, ''What a Ride'', was supposed to come out in 1998, but was never released due to the underperformance of its three singles, "Honky Tonk Baby", "Can't Stop Thinkin' 'bout That", and "[[Music/{{Eagles}} Seven Bridges Road]]". Eventually, the band released another album titled ''What You Leave Behind'' before being dropped by Creator/ColumbiaRecords. According to an interview with the band, Sony still holds the recordings for what would have been ''What a Ride'', but some of its tracks (including the "Seven Bridges Road" cover) still carried over to ''What You Leave Behind''.
12th Jun '16 12:41:16 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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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, but actually had been worked on since ''1992'' 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. 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.
** It became a lot more complicated when [[https://m.reddit.com/r/hiphopheads/comments/2y0mwl/the_truth_behind_the_new_wutang_album/ there have been a slew of other controversial matters regarding it]], including most of the members (excluding RZA) ''barely have heard it'', with not just fans being screwed over by the decision.

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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, but actually had been worked on since ''1992'' 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.
** It became a lot more complicated when [[https://m.reddit.com/r/hiphopheads/comments/2y0mwl/the_truth_behind_the_new_wutang_album/ there have been a slew of other controversial matters regarding it]], including most of the members (excluding RZA) ''barely have heard it'', with not just fans being screwed over by the decision. Even ''more'' so is the infamous controversy surrounding [[https://www.reddit.com/r/hiphopheads/comments/2ytcl4/the_truth_about_the_new_wutang_album_part_2/ several]] [[https://www.reddit.com/r/hiphopheads/comments/3w39i2/the_truth_about_the_new_wutang_album_part_3/ facts]] regarding the album, most notably the implications it's ''not'' an actual album by the Clan, but an originally planned fan project by Cilvaringz as an "album" for the fans. Which makes his infamous "This album isn't for the fans" quote more hypocritical.


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** There have been some hopes of it leaking, with Shkreli's arrest in 2015 for ''heavy'' frauds, a ''suing'' from an artist who's art was '''used in the album book without his permission''', but alas, only fate will come in to release the album.
1st Jun '16 12:50:13 PM MikeK
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* Car Seat Headrest's album ''Teens Of Denial'' originally included "Just What I Wanted/Not Just What I Needed", which included musical and lyrical quotes of Music/TheCars' "Just What I Needed" as a ShoutOut: Matador Records failed to properly license "Just What I Needed" and Ric Ocasek nixed the use of his song, so all original copies of the album were destroyed before its initial release date and the group [[RearrangeTheSong rearranged the song]] and re-titled it "Not What I Needed".
29th Mar '16 4:55:11 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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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, but actually had been worked on since ''1992'' 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. 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.
** It became a lot more complicated when [[https://m.reddit.com/r/hiphopheads/comments/2y0mwl/the_truth_behind_the_new_wutang_album/ there have been a slew of other controversial matters regarding it]], including most of the members (excluding RZA) ''barely have heard it'', with not just fans being screwed over by the decision.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABL5Elr16hc There was a 51 second snippet uploaded by Forbes]] regarding the album, but fans are divided whether or not the music ''is good'', considering how the album is suffering HypeBacklash.
26th Mar '16 6:33:51 PM Twentington
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* In 1995, a singer named John Bunzow recorded an album for Liberty Records titled ''Stories of the Years'', which included the single "Easy as One, Two, Three." Although the album was reviewed (favorably) by at least ''Entertainment Weekly'' and ''Allmusic'', it was never released due to a label management change that merged it back into parent company Capitol Records.

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* In 1995, a singer named John Bunzow recorded an album for Liberty Records titled ''Stories of the Years'', which included the single "Easy as One, Two, Three." Although the album was reviewed (favorably) by at least ''Entertainment Weekly'' and ''Allmusic'', it was never released due to a label management change that merged it back into parent company Capitol Records. The song's music video has at least two copies floating around Website/YouTube, however.
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