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30th Apr '16 11:32:12 AM MarkLungo
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* NonAppearingTitle: "Pepper", "The Annoying Song", "Sweat Loaf".

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* NonAppearingTitle: Too many to list, but well-known examples include "Pepper", "The Annoying Song", Song" and "Sweat Loaf".
30th Apr '16 11:30:58 AM MarkLungo
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* UsefulNotes/KuKluxKlan: Mentiuoned in the lyrics of "P.S.Y.".
-->''Nikki was in the KKK\\
and Lisa was a Nazi too\\
they both had half a brain\\
so together they were sane\\
and looked about as smart as their shoes''
30th Apr '16 11:18:12 AM MarkLungo
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!!Butthole Surfers Provide Examples Of:

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!!Butthole Surfers Provide Examples Of:
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21st Apr '16 4:58:50 PM MarkLungo
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* {{Scatting}}: Used a lot, one notable example being The O-Men.

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* {{Scatting}}: Used a lot, one notable example being The O-Men."The O-Men".
13th Jan '16 11:54:23 AM MikeK
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* NoTitle: None of the songs on ''Hairway To Steven'' had titles, and were instead marked by [[StylisticSuck crudely-drawn sketches]]. However, the self-released LiveAlbum ''Double Live'' featured almost every song from ''Hairway To Steven'', and the tracklisting to that album revealed the "real" song titles - or at least the ones the band used on written setlists. The one ''Hairway To Steven'' track that didn't appear on the live album is pretty much universally referred to as "Julio Iglesias" due to its lyrics.

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* NoTitle: None of the songs on ''Hairway To Steven'' had titles, and were instead marked by [[StylisticSuck crudely-drawn sketches]]. However, the self-released LiveAlbum ''Double Live'' featured almost every song from ''Hairway To Steven'', and the tracklisting to that album revealed back cover gave them actual names instead of drawings, so those are generally treated as the "real" proper song titles - or at least the ones the band used on written setlists.titles. The one ''Hairway To Steven'' track that didn't appear on the live album is pretty much universally referred to as "Julio Iglesias" due to its lyrics.
13th Jan '16 11:50:38 AM MikeK
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* NoTitle: ''Hairway To Steven'' uses crudely drawn, often ToiletHumor-based sketches instead of song titles. However, nearly all of the same songs also appeared on the LiveAlbum ''Double Live'' under more conventional names, so those are usually treated as the proper titles.
13th Jan '16 11:50:07 AM MikeK
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* NoTitle: ''Hairway To Steven'' uses crudely drawn, often ToiletHumor-based sketches instead of song titles. However, nearly all of the same songs also appeared on the LiveAlbum ''Double Live'' under more conventional names, so those are usually treated as the proper titles.
26th Oct '15 7:31:31 PM MikeK
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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Paul Leary sings three out of the seven songs on their first EP - "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave," "Something," and "Bar-B-Q Pope" [[note]]Since one of the remaining songs, "The Revenge Of Anus Presley", featured a guest vocalist, this means he sings as often as Gibby Haynes does on that particular release[[/note]]. After this, he'd still get a lead vocal part now and then, singing "Gary Floyd", the choruses on "Lonesome Bulldog", the Donovan cover "The Hurdy Gurdy Man", the ''piouhgd'' version of "Something" and "Dancing Fool".

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Paul Leary sings three out of the seven songs on their first EP - "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave," "Something," and "Bar-B-Q Pope" [[note]]Since one of the remaining songs, "The Revenge Of Anus Presley", featured features a guest vocalist, this means he sings as often as Gibby Haynes does on that particular release[[/note]]. After this, he'd still get a lead vocal part now and then, singing "Gary Floyd", the choruses on "Lonesome Bulldog", the Donovan cover "The Hurdy Gurdy Man", the ''piouhgd'' version of "Something" and "Dancing Fool".
26th Oct '15 7:30:39 PM MikeK
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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Paul Leary sings "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave," "Something," and "Bar-B-Q Pope", all from the self-titled debut EP [[note]]This actually means he sings exactly as many songs as Gibby does on that particular release. The EP had seven songs, one of which featured a guest vocalist[[/note]], along with "Gary Floyd", the choruses on "Lonesome Bulldog", the Donovan cover "The Hurdy Gurdy Man", the ''piouhgd'' version of "Something" and "Dancing Fool".

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Paul Leary sings three out of the seven songs on their first EP - "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave," "Something," and "Bar-B-Q Pope", all from Pope" [[note]]Since one of the self-titled debut EP [[note]]This actually remaining songs, "The Revenge Of Anus Presley", featured a guest vocalist, this means he sings exactly as many songs often as Gibby Haynes does on that particular release. The EP had seven songs, one of which featured release[[/note]]. After this, he'd still get a guest vocalist[[/note]], along with lead vocal part now and then, singing "Gary Floyd", the choruses on "Lonesome Bulldog", the Donovan cover "The Hurdy Gurdy Man", the ''piouhgd'' version of "Something" and "Dancing Fool".
9th May '15 11:32:27 AM MikeK
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* HiddenTrack: ''The Weird Revolution'' has a 30 second clip of Gibby Haynes speaking through a distortion effect hidden after the last track "They Came In". This is taken from an alternate version of the song "The Last Astronaut".
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