/10 with 232 votes
Posted Friday, August 27 in Monkees, The
Nose Itchy Celine?
Admittedly this is actually a slip-up not an egg, but there is no music section on the Slip-Up Archive.
During the fade out of "Daydream Believer" (the repeats of "cheer up Sleepy Jean"), on one of the "cheer"s someone hits a stonker of a wrong bass... more
/10 with 530 votes
Posted Friday, June 22 in Celine Dion
If you ever catch Celine in concert on TV< make notice of whenever she scratches her nose. That is her secret signal to her husband saying "I love you, I miss you, everything is okay" etc. Similar to Carol Burnett and her ear tug.
References to Unreleased Albums
/10 with 174 votes
Posted Monday, July 31 in Prince
Les Claypool's Secret Identity
When 'sign 'o' the time' was been recorded it wasn't going to be a 2 cd package called 'sign 'o' the times' it was going to bee a 3 cd (21 songs) pakage called 'crystall ball', but the project was cut and released as 'sign 'o' the time'. Also about a... more
/10 with 90 votes
Posted Sunday, April 15 in Les Claypool (Primus)
All right. On the credits on many of the Primus albums, where they give credit to the artists who designed the cover of the album, there is usually one word. SNAP. guess who that is.. Yep, Les Claypool himself.. he does some claymation, and air brush... more
/10 with 104 votes
Posted Friday, August 6 in Cast
John Power, lead of the band Cast, was formerly in the La's. Not interesting in itself until we find that the last line of the last song on the La's only album was "the change is cast". And for John it certainly was.
/10 with 711 votes
Posted Monday, July 26 in Yankovic, Weird Al
Look for the number 27. It's in practically all
John Squire? Bitter? No....
of Weird Al's videos.
You can find out more info on 27 & a list of 27 sightings at
/10 with 178 votes
Posted Monday, February 28 in Seahorses, The
Beatles Hangin with Dylan
For people who don't know, John Squire was the guitarist with The Stone Roses. He split up the band after a falling out with Roses singer Ian Brown. They'd known each other since childhood and no real reason was ever given for the split. John went on... more
/10 with 214 votes
Posted Tuesday, April 11 in Dylan, Bob
Go buy Bob Dylan's John Wesley Harding album. Within the tree at the top is the faces of the fab four. It might be easier to look at it upside down. DYLAN IS GOD!
/10 with 114 votes
Posted Saturday, November 20 in Rush
Meet the Family
Open the Rush Retrospectives booklet. You will see what looks like an art gallery with portraits of all of their album covers on the wall, except the first cd cover portrait is on the floor. Those of you whom have been long time rush fans know that rush... more
/10 with 71 votes
Posted Tuesday, August 5 in Ramones, The
Brought to You...
When forming the original punk band we endearingly refer to as The Ramones, let's know one thing.
Paul Mc Cartney who used to play in a band called The Beatles (before he had a band called Wings when he let his wife sing and play an instrument) was... more
/10 with 107 votes
Posted Friday, October 1 in Rush
In all (all I know) albums of rush, you can see somewhere on the cover: "Brought to you by the letter R". R can be another letter depending of the album. You can see it on the cover, or at the end of the lyrics, or somewhere else.
/10 with 161 votes
Posted Tuesday, August 17 in Bush, Kate
On each 45 single the logo that she created for her original band KT is hidden somewhere.
The Rantings of Mad Men
Each single has a weird inscriptin scratched into the quiet zone at the end of the record. Only she know what they mean.
/10 with 73 votes
Posted Thursday, January 6 in Madness
Many More Rush Eggs
If you are lucky enough to remember records (not CDs) and have any of the original UK releases of any Madness singles you will find a unique inscription scratched into the lead-out zone at the center of the single. It is generally different for both sides.
/10 with 113 votes
Posted Friday, December 3 in Rush
The 5th Rutle- George Harrison!
1. YYZ is actually the the morse code transponder for Toronto Int. Airport
2. The Trees - was apparently written about the British in Canada, the Oaks being the English and the Maples the oppressed Canadians.
The 12" single of Prime Mover has somewhere... more
/10 with 60 votes
Posted Tuesday, April 24 in Rutles, The
On the self-titled album "The Rutles," the song "Piggy In The Middle" has a short snippet of backwards speech in the middle.
Played backwards, the snippet is George Harrison saying "This little piggy went to Marrakesh."
Marrakesh, Morocco was the... more
/10 with 81 votes
Posted Thursday, July 26 in Monkees, The
Album Cover Fun
Before he started "Monkeeing around," Micky Dolenz played Corky on the 1950's TV show Circus Boy. Several Circus Boy inside jokes can be found in the Monkees music and shows.
For example, in the song, "Gonna Buy Me a Dog," Micky sings a line that... more
/10 with 64 votes
Posted Monday, October 2 in Rush
Here are some interesting tidbits about some of the album covers.
1. EXIT..STAGE LEFT - An item from each of the previous nine album covers can be seen on the cover of this live album. Example... the woman holding the curting is the same woman from... more
/10 with 452 votes
Posted Wednesday, November 29 in Yankovic, Weird Al
Re: D. Lohner
"Weird Al" Yankovic has included backwards messages in two of his songs:
1.) On the album, "In 3-D", a little over halfway through the song, "Nature Trail To Hell", there is a short non-vocal musical score. If you listen very carefully, you can hear... more
/10 with 183 votes
Posted Tuesday, July 16 in Perfect Circle, A
Hidden Song Titles
A live track by A Perfect Circle, named Renholder may not hav anything special about it (also included on some versions of the album), but in fact it does. Read the title backwards, and you will find that it reads: 'Re: D. Lohner'. This is a emeo to Danny... more
/10 with 274 votes
Posted Saturday, December 9 in AFI
Song Eggs Fer Good Ole Slayer
For those of you that don't know, AFI is a hardcore/punk band out of California. There 2 newest cds have hidden tracks, much like many bands add to their own cds. However, the titles of the tracks can be found on the inside of the spine of the cds.
/10 with 160 votes
Posted Wednesday, September 20 in Slayer
Inner Groove Inscriptions
Well on the album Hell Awaits, in the first song Hell Awaits, play the first minute backwards and you hear what the noise was saying. Join us, chanted over and over. Probably the only Slayer song that sounds half normal backwards. (hehe)
On the album... more
/10 with 130 votes
Posted Thursday, April 27 in Smiths / Morrissey
1. Look at the inner groove (the quiet bit at the end of each side) on many Smiths or Morrissey 7" and 12" singles.
2. You will find little inscriptions penned by Morrissey such as (not exhaustive):
I. Hand in Glove 7" a)Kiss my shades b)Kiss my... more
/10 with 410 votes
Posted Monday, January 10 in Rascal Flatts
On the "Feels Like Today" CD, there is a secret song. If you play the entire CD, and let the last track go to just over 4 minutes, a song called "Sara Beth" comes on about a teenage girl with cancer.
Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters) Nude Scene
/10 with 112 votes
Posted Saturday, March 26 in Scissor Sisters
1. Press "Songs"
2. Click The Arrow to go to "8 - 15 Songs"
3. Wait till Jake does his dance, and then explodes.
4. Once he explodes, put the "scissors" on the Go Back to main menu button, and press up. You should highlight a "pink scissors" image,... more