There is a 1 minute and 50 seconds hidden/ghost song at the end of "Govinda", about 13 minutes after it has finished. This is actually mentioned in the booklet that comes with the CD, the chorus is mentioned: "It seems there was no more room left on the album for ten minute long tracks with choruses like: 'In the beginning was the word, and the word was ... "Aum Keshavaya namah aum" …'" (Possibly misprinted, "om keshavaya namah" means "O my Lord Keshava, I offer my respectful obeisances unto You.") The iTunes Music Store states that this clip is named "Strangefolk", which was the original title of their second album before Kula Shaker changed it to Peasants, Pigs and Astronauts. Five years after the release of Kollected, Kula Shaker would go on to name their third album "Strangefolk". Included on this album is a track titled "Strangefolk", but the clip from Kollected is nowhere to be found.