3. “Endless, Nameless” off Nirvana’s Nevermind (1991)
Fans had to listen for more than 10 minutes before this track fall out of the speakers! The wild and crazy melange of sounds harkens back to their early material.
2. “Train In Vain” off The Clash’s London Calling (1979)
The band didn’t mean to leave this future smash off of their seminal London Calling double-album. Similar to the Rembrandts, the record sleeves had already gone to press by the time the tune was added as a late addition to the lineup. It went on to be the group’s first major chart success in America, and ranks at 298 on Rolling Stone‘s 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time list.
1. “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You” off Lauryn Hill’s The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998)
One or two hidden tracks on the stunning solo record, this version of the Frankie Valli classic was nominated for a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1999. Not a bad fate for a secret song!