Sing the Sorrow (AFI) Easter Egg - The Time Imperfect

Go to the last track (...But home is nowhere) then wait for after the song, a piano starts, and the song The Time Imperfect starts playing. Its a pretty rad song.

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Contributed By: Alex on 06-01-2004
Reviewed By: MrHappyHamster
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The spoken words aren't from WWII or concentration camp journals. That section is actually poetry written by two members of the band -- Davey Havok and Jade Puget, I believe. Since it's not listed anywhere but in the lyrics portion of the front CD cover booklet, I guess it counts as another hidden track as well, meaning there are TWO of them on Sing the Sorrow.
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midnightxsun writes:
Typically, people call both of them hidden songs.. Not one collectively.. Also, people usually call the poetry "The Unspoken Poem" (I think) or just "Untitled." But the other one, of course, is always called "This Time Imperfect."
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Also, if you put the CD on repeat, the end of this track goes straight into Miseria Cantare.
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Inked Elf writes:
As far as I can tell, the part where the people are speaking is them narrating journals from WWII and the concentration camps. It's really hard to understand though.
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