Used to do this when we had LP's...glue two songs together on cassette that never existed in the real world. Remember when mix tapes were actually on tape?
...had to put a nickle on top of the record and then mark where it was in the rotation when the instant the song started, so you'd know when to take your finger off the "PAUSE" button on the cassette deck...
Black Sabbath, Mob Rules - 1981 - guitar solo before Mob Rules was called E5150
right at the instant when Mob Rules was supposed to start...
...I glued in "I Don't Need Love" by Sammy, from Three Lock Box
Putting my iTunes library back together recently as iTunes does what it does (fail)...rediscovered all my Hagar. Standing Hampton - There's Only One Way to Rock was the first; walked backward to find Montrose. Three Lock Box was always my favorite; VOA had that moment.
you remember THAT moment?
Most of the time we hear a song on the radio, and after hearing it ten times and never really picking up on it, then we tune in and realize we like it enough to buy it...but sometimes after you've bought the album, you're alone in your room and you hear the song for the first time