Urban Hymns (The Verve) Easter Egg - Secret Track

Let the last listed track finish and after around twenty minutes a Hidden track will play.
By Jay Ball

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Contributed By: Jay on 10-13-1999
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Special Requirements: Urban Hymns Album
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JHam writes:
The track is called 'Deep Freeze'
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blue_sunday writes:
Well it freaked me out when I first heard it by accident because I thought the CD had stopped playing.
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Daniel Janes writes:
I checked this one and listened to the track. I see why it was hidden! I like the Verve, but this one was really bad!
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iamthouth writes:
It's not supposed to be a track/song. It's just sounds from an underground station. And it starts not after 20 minutes but on the 13th minute of the last listed track. Then it last for about 2 minutes. Another point to notice is that inside the booklet there is a page of text which includes all the track titles on the album.
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ajayrockrock writes:
This track was sort of a favor to Nick McCabe. When the band would finish recording, Nick would be in the studio tinkering around with several guitar loops. So to thank Nick for coming back to the band, they threw on a little instrumental for him at the end of the record.
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fan75 writes:
I think I remember hearing a while ago that Liam Gallagher (of Oasis) had helped Richard Ascroft "sing" on that track, but to me all it sounds like he's saying is "f*** you."
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There are so many albums that do this. It is not an easter egg. On 'Dookie' by greenday right at the end is an Ernie (you know, 'Sesame Street') styled 'All by myself' song, and Ernie is also in the party on the back of the CD. At the end of the album 'Korn'... erm, by Korn... there is some strange talking thing. It might be from a TV show, I'm not sure. But anyway, there are loads of albums with endings like that.
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