I've Been Expecting you (Robbie Williams) Easter Egg - Secret Songs

Go to the last track of the album - track 12.
Fast forward the track till about 13 mins or wait 13 mins. You will hear a secret song - a slow song
Next fast forward or wait till 27 mins and you will hear a better song - I've been hanging around just in case you fall in love with me. In the style of a phine message.
Try it, it's cool!

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Contributed By: Mike-K-Two on 10-02-1999
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: I've Been Expecting You CD/ CD Player
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R@ch writes:
The first song is called 'Stand Your Ground', and the second like it was said, is called "Stalker's Day Off"...
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Smart Simon writes:
Because its illegal to copy the CD by chance? Funny how you just can't steal anything these days isn't it... god what is the world coming too!?! Realistic also in England
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funnygal writes:
Who gives a crap about the copying thing?! Two extra tracks- i got my moneys worth ;) I only ever noticed the first one, by the way, and i didn't like it so i stopped playing it which is why i never found the second one, thanks though! xx
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Boddi writes:
Yeah, that's all very well, but have you ever considered why the extra track is really there? It's all to do with making the album length greater than the magical CD-R limit of 74 minutes. Now why would the record companies want to do that, I wonder? Jaded in England.
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vespucci writes:
it doesn't really matter. you could always edit the file and THEN write it onto CD...
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TaffMaster writes:
Im sure one of the tracks is called "the stalkers day off" i think its the one on the phone.
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Ali writes:
I found these tracks only when I couldn't be bothered to stop the album playing and I always wondered why the total time for the album was so long when it seemed shorter. I really like the song at 27 minutes - why bother hiding it?
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Boddi writes:
Ahhhh, but the extra time is part of the track. When you're making a digital recording, i.e. copying the album onto a blank CD, it isn't as straightforward as just erasing the extra 20 minutes. It would take some technical jiggery-pokery beyond the grasp of the ordinary back bedroom music pirate. You're not STILL copying CDs onto cassette tape, are you? :/
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