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Why are bonus tracks so common in Japanese versions?

Just as the title says: Why are bonus tracks so common in japanese versions of a release?

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user avatar asked by Viktor Mellgren Score of 16
user avatar answered by BCdotWEB Score of 6

What is Temple Of The Dog - Hunger Strike about?

A woman and I were discussing what the song was about. I thought it was about the being poor and wealthy. She said it had more simply to do with being hungry. Having re-read the lyrics, I am now more ...

user avatar asked by klamb Score of 3
user avatar answered by Chris Sunami Score of 2

Why is it that Garth Brooks's music isn't available to stream?

Why is it that Garth Brooks's music isn't available to stream via any major music distributor (e.g. Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Prime Music, Spotify, etc.)?

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user avatar asked by Nick Saemenes Score of 6
user avatar answered by José David Score of 11

Is every piece of music a "track"?

Coming from the question about distinguishing songs from tracks based on presence of vocals, I wonder if track is a term that can be used for every kind of musical work? In the comments, Noach mi ...

user avatar asked by unor Score of 15
user avatar answered by Pat Dobson Score of 4

Blues and “big-legged women”

Several blues and rock songs refer to “big-legged” women, like Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog”: I don’t know, but I’ve been told A big-legged woman ain’t got no soul and Albert King’s “Born Under a ...

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user avatar asked by Bradd Szonye Score of 18
user avatar answered by Johnny Bones Score of 13

Is the song "Paradise City" written about a specific city?

In the song Paradise City by Guns N' Roses, is the "Paradise City" referenced by the song and its title based on an actual city similar to how "The Jungle" in Welcome to the Jungle refers to L.A.?

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user avatar asked by Dom Score of 13
user avatar answered by BCdotWEB Score of 8

Origin of the phrase "Mustard on the beat"?

I have realized that in many rap songs by many different artists use the phrase, "mustard on the beat" at the begging of their rap. Where did this originate? Why do many different DJs and ...

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user avatar asked by anonymous Score of 13
user avatar answered by jayfrizzle Score of 9
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