In the 1990s, hidden tracks on CDs were de rigueur. The discs had more storage space than the average album run time so artists would use them to bury experimental tracks, like Nirvana did with ‘Endless Nameless’ on Nevermind, or showcase why they should not be allowed to spend years making a follow-up album, like […]
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