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Loving the "secret tracks", actually quiet annoying seeing as my ipod spends most of its life on shuffle :/ cool idea though

It all makes sense now!

The track list on the back of the CD is part of why I bought it (in CD form as opposed to iTunes). Looking inside, I found there were only around 19 tracks listed there. After putting it in my laptop, I found the extra tracks were on the CD and just weren't noted in the inside cover due to being "secret tracks". Playing them in the order they are meant to be proves to be a hugs surprise. Brilliant idea!


Formed: 1993 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The irreverent Australian punk unit Frenzal Rhomb formed in 1993; their lineup includes vocalist Jason Whalley, guitarist Lindsay McDougal (a replacement for original guitarist Benjamin Costello), bassist Lex Feltham, and drummer Gordy Foreman (the third in a succession including Karl and Nat). After touring as the support act while American punk bands Offspring, Bad Religion, and blink-182 were down under, the group released its first album, 1995's Coughing Up a Storm. Retitled Once a Jolly Swagman...
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