"There are no mistakes, only happy accidents." -Bob Ross When I was a teenager, one of my favorite bands was a Norwegian group called Arcturus. They went through a lot of stylistic and personnel changes over the years, so when they released their album Sideshow Symphonies, I had no idea at all what it was going to sound like. Starts off pretty cool, very Arcturus... I'm about 50 seconds in... BELCH The dude fuckin' belches. Like, what? I don't get it. It drove me crazy at the time. Why would they do that? Maybe they ran out of money in the studio and the deadline came. Personally, I think it was something that happened on accident, or by chance, and they just decided somehow artistically that they preferred to keep it. They were doing the vocal take that ended up being the "keeper" for that beginning and he did a mean fuckin' belch because it was before he comes in and he planned to cut it later. But as you can hear, no such cutting occured ---------- Unlike that Arcturus one, this one is actually cool, so I understand why they kept it. Or maybe this one wasn't an accident? If it was on purpose, I really don't understand what happened. But in the song Shemaforash by Behemoth around 45 seconds he does this goofy Tenacious D style inward singing Listening to Evangelion for the first time in a while inspired this thread (but I do remember thinking this even the first time I heard the song), so those two are actually all I've got up my sleeve, but I know there's gotta be some more that you guys know. Let me hear'em!