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Old 11-04-2003, 09:58 AM   #1
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Hidden Tracks

What are some of the greatest?

I love Silent Night and Prague from Damien Rice's 'O'.

All by myself off of Green Day - Dookie used to crack me up...

(Oh, and BTW--if I want to copy a hidden track onto another CD, how do I do it? I don't want the original track, just the hidden song...can I cut away the rest somehow? Please, anyone, HELP!)
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Old 11-04-2003, 11:43 AM   #2
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the hidden track on R.E.M.'s Green


and there is one on the latest Calexico album that I like a lot


all in all hidden tracks should be banned though
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I like hidden tracks. There's one on NIN's Broken that I really like. It's either track 69 or 99, it's been a while.
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My fav's:

The Clash - 'Train In Vain' from London Calling
AFI - 'This Time Imperfect' from Sing the Sorrow
AFI - 'Beyond and To All Time' from Black Sails in the Sunset
Travis - 'Blue Flashing Light' from The Man Who
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The Clash - 'Train In Vain' from London Calling
AFI - 'This Time Imperfect' from Sing the Sorrow




i wouldn't call it a good secret track, but on better than ezra's 'friction baby' album, you have to rewind track one past the beginning time....or mabye it's track two...in order to find the hidden track. that was the coolest place i've seen a hidden track. but not the best by any stretch of the imagination.

and on dropkick murphys' 'the gangs all here' album, rick barton's answering machine (it's the secret track, he was the guitarist at the time) always scares me when i leave the cd running and forget about it. it's his landlord calling him. funny stuff, really.
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Suede-"Modern Boys" off of DogManStar.
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if I want to copy a hidden track onto another CD, how do I do it? I don't want the original track, just the hidden song...can I cut away the rest somehow?
the way i do it is to make it a wav, then use sound recorder to get rid of whatever i don't want or need. then, i convert it to an mp3.

i don't even think i've got a lot of cds with hidden tracks on them, come to think of it.
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the way i do it is to make it a wav, then use sound recorder to get rid of whatever i don't want or need. then, i convert it to an mp3.
Actually you dont have to make anything into a wav file on any of the newer programs.

I use a free program called CDex (you can find and download it for free online), it allows you to rip partial tracks from a cd into a MP3. I've made mp3's of a few hidden songs that way. You just have to put the time in when you want the mp3 to start and end, really simple.
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i've got cdex....how come i didn't know you can do this?

oh. right. cos i suck.
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Counting Crows has a beautiful song hidden on, I believe, their VH-1 Storytellers CD. That song alone was worth the money for the double CD imo.

The hidden tracks on Placebo's first and second albums are also really dirty and rocking. One of them is called Electric Dildo, but I can't remember which one... The song on WYIN contains real recordings of threats left on Brian Molko's answering machine. Brian and the band were so pissed about it, so they decided to turn it into a really nasty, gritty rock song. It makes for some interesting listening, that's for sure.
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dammit I had no idea you could do that with CDex.

Generally I freakin' hate the idea of hidden tracks.
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Travis - 'Blue Flashing Light' from The Man Who
THERE'S A HIDDEN TRACK ON THE MAN WHO????

*runs off to listen*

All these years I never knew....
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and that's just why they really should be outlawed
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