#1
basically ... i was on itunes and saw two songs :

kings of leon - holy roller novocaine
the offspring - the kids arent alright (the wiseguys remix)


they both have the song ... then a pause for around 3 minutes with nothing playing then suddenly ... another 1 minute song ends the track.

does anybody no why this happens and why they would do it ... it kinda ruins the song.
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#2
i know wt you mean ive got a few songs that do that, dont know why but is it kinda annoying
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#3
Loads of people do that on the last song on albums, so the last track ends up being like 13 minutes long.
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#4
Hmm, possibly used on the album as hidden tracks?

Edit: TS, there is worse, on one of the albums I own the first 2 tracks are media or something, so you have to skip to track 3 for the album to play.
Last edited by Regression at Nov 1, 2008,
#5
They're called bonus/hidden tracks.

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#6
Quote by Regression
Hmm, possibly used on the album as hidden tracks?

Edit: TS, there is worse, on one of the albums I own the first 2 tracks are media or something, so you have to skip to track 3 for the album to play.

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you think thats bad
get antichrist superstar by marilyn manson
99 tracks of nothing
and korns follow the lead starts on track 13
#7
Lol!
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