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So what mistakes do you know of or have heard in recorded songs?

I know of two. In Metallica's Creeping Death during the solo, Kirk makes this weird "beep" sound. There is another one but I can't remember!
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A few times in eruption
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im not sure if its a mistake or if it was on purpose, but in Brain Stew by Green Day tre' cool misses the crash cymbal at the end of one of the riffs. its around 1:42 i think
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So what mistakes do you know of or have heard in recorded songs?

I know of two. In Metallica's Creeping Death during the solo, Kirk makes this weird "beep" sound. There is another one but I can't remember!


i listened to it but i never heard the beep. around what time is it?
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Paul Gilbert in Mr. Big - To Be With you solo, playing behind the beat, they kept it.
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#8
Shawn Lane ****s up on the live version of Grey Pianos Flying.
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I've got a copy of Hotel California on my comp and towards the end of the solo there's a little bleep and then what sounds like a cough, which is a bit odd with the rest of the record being so polished. Maybe it's just from it being copied to the computer that's done that?

The bleep noise is at 5.57/5.58 and the cough a few seconds after at 6.05/6.06 if anybody feels like checking.
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#10
Smash by The Offspring is full of mistakes.

At the end of Something to Believe in, you can hear someone say something.
At the beginning of what happened to you, you can hear a band member talking.
A lot more too.
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So what mistakes do you know of or have heard in recorded songs?

I know of two. In Metallica's Creeping Death during the solo, Kirk makes this weird "beep" sound. There is another one but I can't remember!


Maybe that is only your copy of the CD, was it burned/scratched? I don't know, I don't have the song with me now.
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#13
In the intro of Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd you can hear David Gilmour sniff/cough two times.
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In the intro of Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd you can hear David Gilmour sniff/cough two times.



From what i beleive, it was obviously wanted that way.
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At the end of one of Bowie's songs (Ziggy Stardust I think... not sure) at the end, you can hear a phone ring if you turn it up.
Also, Good Riddance by Green Day- he plays the intro twice instead of once. You can hear Billie curse... tut tut!
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#16
Led Zeppelin - Immigrant Song - How the West Was Won
51 seconds into it, Page make a squeek like a pinch harmonic, but it doesn't sound like it was on purpose, since it never happens again with the main riff (I think).
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#17
in good times by finger eleven, during the recording the singer severly bit his tongue and you can sort of tell when, but i forgot. check their site for details
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#18
If I recall correctly, in the Master of Puppets solo, during one of Kirks' bends, he accidentally goes over the fretboard, leaving a sour note. Of course, I could be remebering wrong, or it could have been live. :P
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^No, that's correct.
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#20
Some of Slash's bends are out of tune in "Since I Don't Have You" apparently.

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In the intro of Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd you can hear David Gilmour sniff/cough two times.


It's actually Roger Waters, he coughed. After that, he smoked 200 cigarettes and then gave up smoking.

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In Let it Be the piano stuffs up very obviously.

2:59, wrong chord.
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On the Kerrang cover disc that had all the covers for Master of Puppets on, Funeral For a Friend's cover of "Damage Inc." was awful. The riff was all wrong. Totally shambolic.
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he bleep noise is at 5.57/5.58 and the cough a few seconds after at 6.05/6.06 if anybody feels like checking.

Not on either of my versions.

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In Let it Be the piano stuffs up very obviously.

2:59, wrong chord.

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#26
not an instrumental mistake..

but at one point in the Smashing Pumpkin's "Daydream" I swear you can hear a door opening in the background.
#27
At the beginning of the second Mr. Crowley solo on Tribute, Randy messes up some of the triplets. Used to bug the hell out of me.
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In the Raconteur's acoustic version of Steady, As She Goes, Jack and whoever the other singer is both start laughing at one point about 3/4 of the way through the song.
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In "White Moon" from the White Stripes newest album, you can clearly hear Meg's rack of bells fall over.
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on Elf Tower New Mexico by coheed and cambria, at 2:23 theres some random Picollo snare hit, and its not quiet, its really loud, and doesn't happen again (the only other time i hear a sorta picollo snarish sound is in the intro). Claudio also says 'Power' instead of tower in the intro. meh.
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i thought he wasn't too bad, especially in stone sour.
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Smash by The Offspring is full of mistakes.

At the end of Something to Believe in, you can hear someone say something.
At the beginning of what happened to you, you can hear a band member talking.
A lot more too.
They're not mistakes. Stuff like that gets left on, mainly by punk bands. The Offspring do it a lot more than just on 'Smash', for example on 'All I Want' from 'Ixnay on the Hombre'. And tons more bands have that kind of thing, Engerica, Thursday...

There are plenty of mistakes on The Bronx's s/t, but that's because they recorded the songs as live takes, and left the fuck-ups in. Sounds better that way. Less manufactured and more raw. I don't think they did that for the new album though.
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In Little Sister by QOTSA, they recorded it live.

Josh himself doesn't know what he played for one part of the solo ("some open 'boink' or something"), and can't play it again.
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#37
When you listen to Dirge For November by Opeth, at one point if you listen closely during a sortof breakdown thing it sounds like you can hear a dog barking:P
#38
Two for Zeppelin-

Since I Been Loving You- Through out the song you can hear a squeeze just about the time you hear the bass drum being hit, it's because the bass pedal was squeeky.

The Ocean- First solo, you can hear a telephone ring.
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I don't know if this is a mistake or not. But in Limp Bizkit's cover of Behind Blue Eyes, they forgot to put the solo in, but they replaced it with some stupid-ass tape track thing. I don't know if it was intentional or not, but it sucked, so I think it was a mistake.
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there are constant mistakes and blips everywhere. luckily for me, since my favorite band is the beatles, everything they did is incredibly well documented. one of the funniest mistakes, and absurd because they could have just done another damn take, is the song "I'll Get You". There are parts where John and Paul blatantly sing two different lines over each other.

"when i'm gonna change your mind"
"when i'm gonna make you mine"
"I see my light come shining from the west down to the east
Any day now, any day now I shall be released"

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