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=Style for Silent Tracks=
'''Enter "[silence]" as the name for untitled tracks that contain only silence.'''
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">This is incorporated in [[Untitled Track Style|UntitledTrackStyle]].
Often albums will have "hidden" tracks which are placed after the final track of the CD, with many tracks of silence in between to pad out the album.
A version of Nine Inch Nail's "Broken" EP uses the full 99 tracks available to the CD format; tracks 1 to 6 are music, tracks 7 to 97 are silent tracks of 4 seconds each, and tracks 98 and 99 are "hidden" tracks:
[http://musicbrainz.org/artist/b7ffd2af-418f-4be2-bdd1-22f8b48613da.html http://musicbrainz.org/artist/b7ffd2af-418f-4be2-bdd1-22f8b48613da.html] 
Some versions of Korn's "Follow the Leader" have 12 tracks of silence before the music:
[http://www.musicbrainz.org/album/1e8f0eda-b120-4495-aec6-416d83820697.html http://www.musicbrainz.org/album/1e8f0eda-b120-4495-aec6-416d83820697.html]
Although these tracks could technically be classified as untitled tracks by the artist, it is unlikely that the artist actually intended those tracks to be considered their work (John Cage's 4'33" being an exception). We use [silence] to describe the properties of the track rather than leave them as the more ambiguous [untitled].
This is now incorporated in the new [[Untitled Track Style|UntitledTrackStyle]]. --[[User:Zout|Zout]]
Nothing links here anymore, this page is a [[Candidate For Deletion|CandidateForDeletion]]. -- [[User:MartinRudat|MartinRudat]] 12:13, 01 May 2006 (UTC)
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