This is more of a question than anything else. Because I don't know the answer to this, and obviously somebody out there does.
In trying to verify something I was about to write in another post, I happened to check wikipedia for the track listing to Honeycreeper. (It's been a while since I listened to it, and it was easier to find than my own post on the subject!) I noticed that a user named Crazyandy18 added the following section on November 5, 2008:
* "My Story (Later released as a single) - 3:42
* "All Because Of You (Later released as a single) - 2:31
* "Kuchibiru Motion (Considered as a single, but never had its official release) - 4:06
* "Furontia No Paionia/Frontier No Pioneer" (Later used as a B-Side on "All Because Of You") - 3:50
* "Twilight Shooting Star" (Later used as a B-Side for "My Story") - 2:43
* "Neji Potion" (Later featured on "Oriental Diamond/Kuchibiru Motion" physical release) - 4:02
* "Shooting Stars" (Featured on Japanese edition of "Boom Boom Beat") - 3:22
* "Clearance" (Leaked on the Internet two weeks before "Honeycreeper" official release) - 4:22
* "Nothing There" (Only an intrumental and a demo by another male singer) - 3:10
* "Moon/Sun" (Set to be release, cancelled) - 4:01
* "Forget How My Voice Sounds" (Instrumental version leaked, unknown real name, a fan name was given) - 4:57
No sources are given. This is actually a no-no on wikipedia. Unsourced information should really be deleted (and clearly some of it is wrong, as ABOY was recorded later and Kuchibiru Motion most definitely was released), but this is interesting enough to leave up for now and try to verify. So I'm looking for verification. I'd also like to hear some of these songs, a few of which I didn't know existed.
I do check various "underground" sites for Puffy stuff periodically, but I've never seen or heard these songs that were allegedly "leaked on the internet". Have any of you?
And maybe more to the point, are one of you guys Crazyandy18?
UPDATE: I deleted the ones that were obviously wrong and added citation requests to the rest. I'm still holding out some hope that these "leaked tracks" actually exist.