Bite Me

Album: Off the Deep End (1992)
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  • This is a hidden track on Off the Deep End that consists of six seconds of cacophony. Although not similar musically, the track is a parody of Nirvana's "Endless, Nameless" that appears at the end of their album Nevermind. Both hidden tracks only appear on earlier pressings of the albums. >>
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    Cliff - Burkesville, KY

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  • Lucy from Rhinebeck, NyHow is this considered a song? This sounds like a wild mess of nonsense!
  • George from Calumet City, IlGenius.
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