Altitude Sickness - Almost made it onto the Flowering EP, but the band thought it "still sounded shit" and it was dropped. May still be considered for a future recording, but will have to substantially reworked.
Pacemaker - Quite pacy, but, according to Bill, this was "fucking dreadful".
Sore - Went through a variety of incarnations between 1999 and 2002 (from slow acoustic to fast and "dirty-sounding") before fading out of the band's set altogether in Spring 2002. Pete quite likes this one however, so there's a chance it might make a comeback.
Whore - Like a bad REM ballad, it sounded "like it should have been sung by a prostitute". Nuff said.
There are a substantial number of Depoprovera songs that have yet to be rehearsed, but have been roughly recorded. Titles include...
7/4 song (piano based)
Army #1 (apparently too complicated to be performed properly for the foreseeable future)
Black Book (contains the lyric "House whores for winners" which was taken from the novel "Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas")
No Reconcile ("Good, really slow")