History ThrowItIn / Music

18th Sep '17 9:57:24 PM MikeK
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** A similar left-in mistake occurs in "King & Caroline", but with the vocal track: Robert Pollard's vocals briefly get cut off near the beginning of the song, leaving the TitleDrop as just "the king and Carol". They went so far as to print the lyrics that way in the liner notes to ''Alien Lanes''.

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** A similar left-in mistake occurs in "King & Caroline", but with the vocal track: Robert Pollard's vocals briefly get cut off near the beginning of the song, leaving the TitleDrop as just "the king and Carol". They went so far as to print the lyrics that way in the liner notes to ''Alien Lanes''.Lanes'', and Pollard sings the line as "the king and Carol" whenever they perform it live.
18th Sep '17 10:58:42 AM Iampureevil
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* Music/DreamTheater keyboardist Jordan Rudess played the last note of In the Name of God" with his nose. Apparently Mike Portnoy liked it so much they decided to keep it.

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* Music/DreamTheater keyboardist Jordan Rudess played the last note of In "In the Name of God" with his nose. Apparently Mike Portnoy liked it so much they decided to keep it.
8th Sep '17 7:11:49 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* [[{{Music/Korn}} Korn]]'s song "Clown" from their debut album opens with a bit of random chatter, the band messing up the intro, yelling obscenities at the engineers and finally playing the bloody thing.

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* [[{{Music/Korn}} Korn]]'s Music/{{Korn}}'s song "Clown" from their debut album opens with a bit of random chatter, the band messing up the intro, yelling obscenities at the engineers and finally playing the bloody thing.



* At the very end of {{Music/DragonForce}}'s "Through the Fire and Flames," guitarist Herman Li broke a string while doing a whammy effect. They've kept it in the final cut.

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* At the very end of {{Music/DragonForce}}'s Music/DragonForce's "Through the Fire and Flames," guitarist Herman Li broke a string while doing a whammy effect. They've kept it in the final cut.



* Music/NewOrder: Bernard Sumner starts laughing in "Every Little Counts" and can't quite stop until the next line. Given the verse, it's made even more humorous.

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* Music/NewOrder: Bernard Sumner starts laughing in "Every Little Counts" and can't quite stop until the next line. Given the verse, verse ("I think you are a pig / You should be in a zoo"), it's made even more humorous.



* The intro to "C Moon" by {{Music/Wings}} goes on, and on, and on ... until Music/PaulMcCartney sheepishly asks "Was that the intro I should have been in?" before leaping into a spontanteous sung intro of his own.

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* The intro to "C Moon" by {{Music/Wings}} Music/{{Wings}} goes on, and on, and on ... until Music/PaulMcCartney sheepishly asks "Was that the intro I should have been in?" before leaping into a spontanteous sung intro of his own.



* [[{{Music/GaelicStorm}} Gaelic Storm]] singer Patrick Murphy started laughing when singing the last line of the song "Kelly's Wellies". He can be heard apologizing for messing up the take, but in fact the laughter just makes the ending that much better, and was left in.

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* [[{{Music/GaelicStorm}} Gaelic Storm]] Music/GaelicStorm singer Patrick Murphy started laughing when singing the last line of the song "Kelly's Wellies". He can be heard apologizing for messing up the take, but in fact the laughter just makes the ending that much better, and was left in.



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** The chorus for their song "DARE" was originally "It's there", but guest vocalist [[Music/HappyMondays Shaun Ryder]] had such a strong Manchester accent, it came out as "It's dare".

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** The chorus for their song "DARE" "Dare" was originally "It's there", but guest vocalist [[Music/HappyMondays Shaun Ryder]] had such a strong Manchester accent, it came out as "It's dare".



** ''Face Value'', Phil's solo debut, was partially assembled from his original 8-track home recordings he had made around 1979-80 as his first marriage was collapsing, as Phil didn't feel he could recapture the feel or intimacy of the original recordings in a professsional studio. Phil [[WordOfGod mentions]] that if you listen closely, you can hear the sound of the air conditioner and the refrigerator running in the background on many of the tracks.

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** ''Face Value'', Phil's solo debut, was partially assembled from his original 8-track home recordings he had made around 1979-80 as his first marriage was collapsing, as Phil didn't feel he could recapture the feel or intimacy of the original recordings in a professsional professional studio. Phil has [[WordOfGod mentions]] mentioned]] that if you listen closely, you can hear the sound of the air conditioner and the refrigerator running in the background on many of the tracks.



* During the production of the [[http://www.nzonscreen.com/title/tally-ho-1981 music video]] for New Zealand alt-rock group The Clean's "''Tally Ho''", director Chris Knox accidentally exposed half the film stock, causing it to have a distinctive orange flare. The band rather liked the psychedelic effect of the flare, and kept it in.

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* During the production of the [[http://www.nzonscreen.com/title/tally-ho-1981 music video]] for New Zealand alt-rock group The Clean's "''Tally Ho''", "Tally Ho", director Chris Knox accidentally exposed half the film stock, causing it to have a distinctive orange flare. The band rather liked the psychedelic effect of the flare, and kept it in.



* {{Music/Weezer}}'s "Falling For You" has a woman briefly speaking in Korean over the intro. It wasn't meant to be in the song, but an amplifier picked up some radio interference, and they decided to leave it in because it fit with ''Music/{{Pinkerton}}'''s repeated references to Asian women. The Korean in the song translates to "Which company makes this product?", by the way.

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* {{Music/Weezer}}'s Music/{{Weezer}}'s "Falling For You" has a woman briefly speaking in Korean over the intro. It wasn't meant to be in the song, but an amplifier picked up some radio interference, and they decided to leave it in because it fit with ''Music/{{Pinkerton}}'''s repeated references to Asian women. The Korean in the song translates to "Which company makes this product?", by the way.



* {{Music/Roxette}} - The introductory lyrics to their first big hit, "The Look", were guide lyrics - words just scribbled down just to have something to sing to the tune while working on it - Per couldn't come up with anything better and decided to roll with it, saying later after the song became a smash hit "Everyone gets lucky sometimes."

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* {{Music/Roxette}} Music/{{Roxette}} - The introductory lyrics to their first big hit, "The Look", were guide lyrics - words just scribbled down just to have something to sing to the tune while working on it - Per couldn't come up with anything better and decided to roll with it, saying later after the song became a smash hit "Everyone gets lucky sometimes."



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* In the English version of Music/RickyMartin's "Living La Vida Loca", you can hear someone say "A little more volume on the set, please!" before Ricky starts singing.

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* In the English version of Music/RickyMartin's "Living "Livin' La Vida Loca", you can hear someone say "A little more volume on the set, please!" before Ricky starts singing.
3rd Sep '17 5:31:12 PM AndyLA
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** He also has a count-off example, at the beginning of "No Bone Movies". And whoever's doing it is clearly having a lot of fun.
3rd Sep '17 5:21:48 PM AndyLA
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* Music/Megadeth's cover of Music/BlackSabbath's "Paranoid" from ''Music/{{Paranoid}}'' contains a flub by then-drummer Nick Menza, who keeps playing after everyone else had stopped at the very end of the song. Mustaine yells, "Nick...Nick...'''Nick'''!"; the drums stop, and then faintly in the background, Menza can be heard yelling, "Fuck...me...running!"

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* Music/Megadeth's Music/{{Megadeth}}'s cover of Music/BlackSabbath's "Paranoid" from ''Music/{{Paranoid}}'' contains a flub by the late then-drummer Nick Menza, who keeps kept playing after everyone else had stopped at the very end of the song. Mustaine yells, "Nick...Nick...'''Nick'''!"; the drums stop, and then faintly in the background, Menza can be heard yelling, "Fuck...me...running!"
3rd Sep '17 11:09:11 AM AndyLA
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** As Plant "ends" "In My Time of Dying" John Bonham gets a cough fit, causing Plant to say cough into the mic. Bonham then says "That's the one, isn't it?" and the studio engineer says: "Come and have a listen." with Bonham saying "oh yes, thank you."

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** As Plant "ends" "In My Time of Dying" John Bonham gets a cough fit, causing Plant to say cough sing "cough" into the mic. Bonham then says "That's got to be the one, isn't it?" and the studio engineer says: "Come and have a listen.listen, then." with Bonham saying "oh yes, thank you."
3rd Sep '17 10:55:13 AM AndyLA
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* In Music/{{U 2}}'s "I Will Follow", drummer Larry Mullen, Jr. kicked over a beer bottle mid-take, and it was picked up by the kick-drum mic - and kept because it bounced perfectly in time with the music.

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* In Music/{{U 2}}'s Music/{{U2}}'s "I Will Follow", drummer Larry Mullen, Jr. kicked over a beer bottle mid-take, and it was picked up by the kick-drum mic - and kept because it bounced perfectly in time with the music.
3rd Sep '17 10:54:58 AM AndyLA
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** During the instrumental break of "Should I Stay Or Should I Go", singer Mick Jones suddenly snarls out the word "Split!" That's because during recording, Joe Strummer snuck up behind him in the studio and jumped out to scare him. Mick didn't appreciate the joke and was telling him to get lost.

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** During the instrumental break of "Should I Stay Or Should I Go", singer guitarist Mick Jones suddenly snarls out the word "Split!" That's because during recording, Joe Strummer snuck up behind him in the studio and jumped out to scare him. Mick didn't appreciate the joke and was telling him to get lost.
28th Aug '17 2:14:16 PM Twentington
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* Kathy Mattea's "455 Rocket" has an example at the end: session drummer Jim Keltner drops his drumsticks, and everyone can be heard laughing.
* Similarly to the Pogues example, sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Robison of the Music/DixieChicks had written "You Were Mine". Lloyd Maines produced the song's demo, and had his daughter Natalie sing the demo. As a result, then-lead vocalist Laura Lynch left the group on good terms, and Maines replaced her.

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* Kathy Mattea's "455 Rocket" has an example at the end: session drummer Jim Keltner drops his drumsticks, and everyone can be heard laughing.
laughing. According to Mattea herself, this is because they recorded several takes of the song, and ended up using the first take because it was done at a point when no one knew that they were being recorded.
* Similarly to the Pogues example, sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Robison of the Music/DixieChicks had written "You Were Mine". Lloyd Maines produced the song's demo, and had his daughter Natalie sing on it instead of the demo. As a result, then-lead vocalist group's then lead singer, Laura Lynch. According to some accounts, this was because Lynch left was wanting to leave the group on good terms, group, and Maines due to the success of the demo, she was successfully replaced her.by Maines.
27th Aug '17 6:13:21 PM Twentington
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* Howie D. farted while Music/BackstreetBoys were recording "The Call", and Max Martin was able to turn it into a bassline.
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