Groups that have a song and album of the same name, but the song is not on the album

Inspired by this thread on bands that do songs with the same name as the band, the challenge here is to come up with cases where a group recorded an album and a song by the same name - but the song is not on the album.

I can think of exactly two examples:

The Doors - Waiting for the Sun
Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy

Elvis Costello–Almost Blue

The Mars Volta - “Frances the Mute”

Also Imperial Bedroom

Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Brain Salad Surgery
Gentle Giant: The Power and the Glory
Mothers of Invention: Absolutely Free
Tom Waits: Frank’s Wild Years

Superchunk – On The Mouth and Foolish

Concrete Blonde: Free

PiL- Happy

Almost-example; The Who’s Face Dances didn’t have a title song on it, but a song by that name did appear on Townshend’s solo album All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes the next year.

The Who - The Kids Are Alright soundtrack.

Queen - Sheer Heart Attack. The album was their third but the song didn’t appear until ‘News of the World’.

Well, in '87 Great White released Once Bitten…
Then in '89 they released …Twice Shy with the song Once Bitten Twice Shy, though that was a cover.

The Smashing Pumpkins’ new album - Zeitgeist

The song “Zeitgeist” is only available as part of the album if you buy the Best Buy version (I think) that has the song as a bonus track.

Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell II and Bat Out of Hell III

Gomez’s “Bring It On” was on their second album “Liquid Skin”, not their first “Bring It On”. Also, “High On Liquid Skin” didn’t make an appearance on an album until they released the B-Sides album, “Abandoned Shopping Trolley Hotline”.

Several of the songs from the thread the OP linked to would qualify. For example, the song “They Might Be Giants” is not on They Might Be Giants’ first, self-titled album.

AC / DC = If You Want Blood; song on Highway to Hell, and a live album of the same name (“Ang-us! Ang-us!”)

I used that song to get psyched up for various things, even to take tests. In the obscure-but-interesting movie Empire Records (Liv Tyler, Robin Tunney, Renee Zellweger and a ton more people), Anthony LaPaglia as the owner of said record store retreats to his back office to play the drums and let off some steam to that track…

Just a great, great song…

Jeez, I have several of these including ELP and Queen, I should have done better. Thanks all!

BTW I didn’t mean to limit it to bands per se, any recording artist will count.

Rocco DeLuca and the Burden - I Trust You To Kill Me

I Trust You To Kill Me is a B-Side on one of the band’s singles, but appears no where on the album.

Kate Bush’s song “Never For Ever” didn’t appear on her album “Never For Ever.” In fact, it’s never appeared anywhere, but it’s known that she did record it.

PJ Harvey’s first album was called Dry, but the song “Dry” appears on her second album, Rid of Me.