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-->'''Girl #2:''' Where's she gone?

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-->'''Girl #2:''' Where's she gone?gone?
* The original version of "Sailor's Hornpipe", starring Vivian Stanshall - with Mike Oldfield and the other musicians marching around the manor they were in, playing the song. And they were [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mv9vhP9XIDE all drunk]].


* "Tattoo", which is the variant in the second album, is ''very'' silly, intentionally, with Oldfield now making ''ape''-like sounds.

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* "Tattoo", "Altered State", which is the variant in the second album, is ''very'' silly, intentionally, with Oldfield now making ''ape''-like sounds.


-->'''Girl #1: Where's your mama?
-->'''Girl #2: Where's she gone?

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-->'''Girl #1: #1:''' Where's your mama?
-->'''Girl #2: #2:''' Where's she gone?


* The "Piltdown Man" section on side two, with Oldfield doing a screaming, growling caveman voice. The story behind it is as funny as the song: Branson was pressuring him to add a section with lyrics that could be released as a single, and [[TakeThat in response]] Oldfield stormed out of the meeting, got smashed on Irish whiskey, and spent ten minutes "screaming his brains out."

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* The "Piltdown Man" section on side two, with Oldfield doing a screaming, growling caveman voice. The story behind it is as funny as the song: Branson was pressuring him to add a section with lyrics that could be released as a single, and [[TakeThat in response]] Oldfield stormed out of the meeting, got smashed on Irish whiskey, and spent ten minutes "screaming his brains out.""
* "Tattoo", which is the variant in the second album, is ''very'' silly, intentionally, with Oldfield now making ''ape''-like sounds.
-->'''Girl #1: Where's your mama?
-->'''Girl #2: Where's she gone?

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