- "To Defy The Laws Of Tradition" starts up with the same intro as their quotation of "YYZ" from Suck On This, as if the listener got sold a mistakenly-packaged copy of the aforementioned live debut album, but just as the other instruments are about to come in, the air is suddenly let out of the band and the real track starts.
- The spoken conclusion to "Harold Of The Rocks":
So, in the end, Swamper and Greeny finally succumbed to the ways of HaroldAnd, in doing so, each gave just a little bit of his soul away
- Both the high and low-pitched voices that Les puts on for the voices of the Oompa-Loompas in Primus and the Chocolate Factory.
- Taking place at the very end of the final track on 'Sailing the Seas of Cheese' album, a voice which sounds an awful lot like Willie the angry Scottish janitor from 'The Simpsons' suddenly breaks in through the slow buildup of the music and starts randomly shouting over and over: "SHAT APP YOU BASTAAAARDDDS!!! SHAT APP YOU BASTAAAAARDS!!! SHAT APP YOU BASTAAAARDS!!!" ".....(did you just call me a bastard?)"