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Tracks that end an album
« on: 19 Apr 2009, 19:42 »

What's your favorite?

I'm going with Dungen's "Sluta Folja Efter", off Ta Det Lugnt. To me, it just sounds like Gustav was absolutely exhausted and needed to squeeze out one last track. And it ended up being amazing. Winds down the album perfectly, and ends in this massive chunk of feedback.


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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #1 on: 19 Apr 2009, 19:55 »

Ode We Will Bury Ourselves on the Pneuma Album. Moving Mountains left you with a relaxing yet satisfying conclusion after thirty minutes of post-rock/emo glory which I feel a lot of albums lack.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #2 on: 19 Apr 2009, 19:59 »

"Man Ray" from the Futureheads' first album is the song that immediately springs to my mind. Building a song up to critical mass then just cutting it off like a car hitting a wall isn't really all that revolutionary but they execute it so well.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #3 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:01 »

post-rock glory

Oh hey, "Your Hand in Mine" was a closing track, wasn't it?
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #4 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:01 »

"After Hours"

it's so end of the night-y. Also perfect.

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #5 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:04 »

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Edit: Also, Dallas Green fucking killed it with As Much As I Ever Could on the Bring Me Your Love album.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #6 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:11 »

"Cutting Ice to Snow" from Efterklang's Parades ends that shit perfectly.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #7 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:16 »

"Staying Alive" by Cursive is probably my favorite album-closer of all-time.

EDIT - Also, "Pitter Patter Goes My Heart."
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #8 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:18 »

'Untitled 8' from () certainly stands out in my mind.
'Okkervil River Song' is a pretty brilliant closers as well.
The closer off the new MONO album is terrific in a 'This Is The Last Song Of The Album!' kind of way.
'In the Backseat' off of Funeral is gorgeous and powerful.

There's lots. I'm a big fan of the well done closer.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #9 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:24 »

Cutting Ice to Snow and Untitled 8 fucking DESTROY as album closers.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #10 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:30 »

"One of Us Cannot be Wrong." As if the rest of the album weren't heartbreaking enough, Leonard Cohen manages to encapsulate the love and hate he feels for the unamed woman in the song with perfect language;

But you stand there so nice, in your blizzard of ice,
oh please let me come into the storm.


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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #11 on: 19 Apr 2009, 20:50 »

" Veritas, Aequitas" by Darkest Hour*

"The Riddle of Steel" from Beyond the Embrace's Against the Elements*

"When the Walls Go Down" on Evergrey's The Inner Circle. Crazy religious dude audio sample + beautiful violins + sudden onslaught of sound at end of song = awesome

"(((louds" from He Is Legend's Suck Out the Poison album. Super-epic down-home post-hardcore with jamtastic female guest vocals? Yes please!

"Homecoming" from Misery Signals' unarguably perfect Controller album. Part of the song actually starts in the previous song "Reset" and fades in. One of those slow down/speed up/slow down even slower/hit you in the face for the last thirty seconds songs. I think there are at least ten layers of guitars going on in some parts of the song.

*both also happen to be my most favorite instrumentals ever
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #12 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:05 »

My guitar teacher put out an album recently that had a pretty awesome closing track.  It's 8 tracks of really soulful, heartfelt jazz/blues, and the last track is 2 minutes of really upbeat bluegrass with lyrics basically saying "hey, come see us live!" and it's pretty hilarious.

Bruce Springsteen ending Born to Run with "Jungleland" is so perfect in my opinion.  Dude loves singing about life in Jersey/New York, but this song to me really sounds like it was supposed to be an end-all/be-all of his work.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #13 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:08 »

Broken Chairs by Built to Spill is a fucking epic closer to an awesome album.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #14 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:15 »

The closer off the new MONO album is terrific in a 'This Is The Last Song Of The Album!' kind of way.

I absolutely agree with this. Halfway through the track, just as it was winding down, I thought to myself that it had to be the last track of the album. It picks off from the last song slowly and crescendos fast before winding down again, and just gives you that impression of closure. It's absolutely perfect in that way.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #15 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:17 »

Sunset Rubdown - "Shut Up I Am Dreaming Of Places Where Lovers Have Wings"! I just rediscovered that a couple weeks ago, so grood!

Tomorrow Never Knows

Beulah - "If We Can Land a Man on the Moon, Surely I Can Win Your Heart", best Beulah album ender, all the other ones leave me kind of eh
Maybe I should stop posting about Beulah so much

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #16 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:18 »

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #17 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:29 »

"One of Us Cannot be Wrong."

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #18 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:37 »

Sunset Rubdown - "Shut Up I Am Dreaming Of Places Where Lovers Have Wings"! I just rediscovered that a couple weeks ago, so grood!

Tomorrow Never Knows

Beulah - "If We Can Land a Man on the Moon, Surely I Can Win Your Heart", best Beulah album ender, all the other ones leave me kind of eh
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #19 on: 19 Apr 2009, 21:54 »

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #20 on: 19 Apr 2009, 22:19 »

"City Hall" by Tenacious D.

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #21 on: 19 Apr 2009, 22:38 »

Friday, talked to the wife on the phone,
Said I'm not allowed near the home
If I climb the fence like last time, she'll call the dame law.
Her whining is so annoying
when she can't be trusted with the children,
I remember the lawyer with his grinning skull

But Friday night is sacred,
It's not time to be wasted.
With doom on call, you know
Friday they can't use it

My half of the settlement will be invested to return a mint
Go toward hiring an agent who will be paid not to pry
And once I'm armed with this new hauteur
I'll still be just the agent's tool--
Sometimes you gotta sell out
If you plan to buy.

But Friday night is sacred,
It's not time to be wasted
With doom on call, you know
Friday they can't use it

FUCKING GUITAR SOLO

The settlement's all divided now,
Got myself an apartment downtown
Tell you not to make plans,
We'll go out this Friday night.
Don't think about that recidivist wife,
or that lawyer acting so contrite--
I try to relax every Friday,
Put it out of my mind.

But Friday night is sacred,
It's not time to be wasted
With doom on call, you know
Friday they can't use it
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #22 on: 19 Apr 2009, 23:14 »

Maybe an odd choice, but back in the early/mid 80s, Chris DeBurgh had a trio of albums after his early folkish work and before he got completely mushy with all-ballad albums, where he rocked enough to be interesting. Each of these 3 albums had awesome closers.

On The Getaway, 1982, the last song was a 3-movement piece that had 3 titles on the album, but blended seamlessly into a longer story that capped the overall album's semi-concept feel fairly well. Revolution/Light A Fire/Liberty carried over a kind of troubled tropical paradise theme from some of the other songs, and closed with a longing for simpler peaceful times.

Man On The Line, 1984, was a straight up "rock" album with no particular theme or story, but many of the songs did have his trademark storyteller feel to them. The closer, Transmission Ends, is one of my favorite songs ever, and really shows that DeBurgh has an awesome knack for romantic songs that were far better than Lady In Red that made him famous. The way it ends with the lonely beep of a satellite passing overhead...

With Into the Light, 1986, DeBurgh returned to the format of The Getaway, a loose concept that some of the songs fell into to give the impression of a larger story, but again, nothing overt or obvious. Again, he ended with a tripart song of The Leader/The Vision/What About Me? that acted as a perfect close to the feel of the rest of the album.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #23 on: 20 Apr 2009, 04:46 »

The closer off the new MONO album is terrific in a 'This Is The Last Song Of The Album!' kind of way.
The final track off You Are There is probably my favourite song from the whole genre of post rock, and works brilliantly as a closer to that album.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #24 on: 20 Apr 2009, 05:11 »

A Day in the Life.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #25 on: 20 Apr 2009, 05:17 »

NIN's "Hurt."  Ties up The Downward Spiral's theme nicely, and it's probably the best songwriting Reznor will ever do.

Incidentally, one of the things that really irks me about reissued albums is how bonus tracks are often put right after the main tracklisting.  Nothing kills the effectiveness of a great album closer than making it a lead-in to a couple B-sides.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #26 on: 20 Apr 2009, 05:18 »

Bruce Springsteen ending Born to Run with "Jungleland" is so perfect in my opinion.  Dude loves singing about life in Jersey/New York, but this song to me really sounds like it was supposed to be an end-all/be-all of his work.

Not to mention one of the most beautiful Sax coda's ever written.  And dammit, Paul, you beat me to the punch.

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #27 on: 20 Apr 2009, 05:32 »

A Day in the Life.

This and Fade Away on 'Action Pact' by Sloan. It closes with a fucking great solo, and what a good song.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #28 on: 20 Apr 2009, 08:18 »

I would agree with City Hall from Tenacious D but also Horrible Death at the end of Space Crackers by Clawjob, I thought that was the perfect ending. Anyone heard Space Crackers?
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #29 on: 20 Apr 2009, 08:35 »

Soldier Side ends both Mezmerize and Hypnotize really well.
It's probably the most epic that SOAD ever sounded.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #30 on: 20 Apr 2009, 08:41 »

Oh man Motion Picture Soundtrack off of Kid A is excellent.  It's a really warm and romantic song to end a sort of desperate, isolated album.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #31 on: 20 Apr 2009, 09:53 »

Off the top of my head, I'm going to go with 'The Diamond Sea' by Sonic Youth, from the Washing Machine album.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #32 on: 20 Apr 2009, 10:14 »

"Back & Forth" from Emergency & I.  Hands down.

More recently I'd say "You Dissolve" from Now We Can See is a pretty awesome closer as well.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #33 on: 20 Apr 2009, 10:33 »

c'mon,
Goodbye Sky Harbor off Clarity by Jimmy Eat World.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #34 on: 20 Apr 2009, 11:07 »

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #35 on: 20 Apr 2009, 11:25 »

Jane Doe by Converge you guys.

The last song on Glassjaw's Worship and Tribute is also ties that album up very well, managing to go through most of the musical styles presented on the album in one coherent piece of writing. The closing track of Man Man's Rabbit Habits, Whalebones, is also brilliant.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #36 on: 20 Apr 2009, 11:26 »

Sister Ray, obviously!
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #37 on: 20 Apr 2009, 11:38 »

"It's All Gonna Break," from Broken Social Scene's self-titled album.  The last few minutes leading up to the big brass ending makes me jump up and head-bang every time I hear it.

And then "Blackwater Park," by Opeth.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #38 on: 20 Apr 2009, 12:10 »

My top three epic album-enders:

Bruce Springsteen-Jungleland
Rush-Natural Science
Dream Theater-Learning to Live
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #39 on: 20 Apr 2009, 13:24 »

Joy Division - Decades
Fugazi - Promises
Mogwai - We're No Here
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #40 on: 20 Apr 2009, 13:42 »

The Wrens - This is Not What You Had Planned
Mogwai - Mogwai Fear Satan
Animal Collective - Turn Into Something
CYHSY - Upon This Tidal Wave of Young Blood

...I don't really feel like going through my mp3 player and finding more. I was going to, but then I got bored and realized that probably nobody really cares.

Lots of good ones have already been mentioned, but I'm going to mention the ones I like again: Cutting Ice to Snow; Untitled 8; A Day in the Life (if it weren't for Paul's crazy antics last track on Abbey Road...); Motion Picture Soundtrack; It's All Gonna Break;
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #41 on: 20 Apr 2009, 13:44 »


re: Blackwater Park," by Opeth.



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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #42 on: 20 Apr 2009, 13:46 »

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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #43 on: 20 Apr 2009, 14:14 »

The Wrens - This is Not What You Had Planned

Could have swore that the Meadowlands CD ended on Nervous And Not Me.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #44 on: 20 Apr 2009, 14:16 »

the last track on Black Moth Super Rainbow's Dandelion Gum is fucking excellent. it's called "255" and it's one of my favorite album-enders of the last 5 years or so.

another really good one is "Brother Sport" from the new Animal Collective. i'm not really into Animal Collective but MPP had about three really really good songs on it, the best of which happened to be the very last track "Brother Sport"

ooh also of note is "A Chosen Few, Dump Our Fists and Be Proud" from Mr. Bear's debut full-length These Machines. the whole album is a folky romp through the absurd, the joyous, and the endearingly depressing which all culminates in a subdued ballad about the pitfalls of the internet age and the loss of innocence that necessarily accompanies it. it's brilliant.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #45 on: 20 Apr 2009, 15:02 »

The last song on Glassjaw's Worship and Tribute is also ties that album up very well, managing to go through most of the musical styles presented on the album in one coherent piece of writing.

You're thinking 'Two Tabs Of Mescaline' there, right? I always think of 'Convectuoso' as the last song on that record.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #46 on: 20 Apr 2009, 16:16 »

Oh man Motion Picture Soundtrack off of Kid A is excellent.  It's a really warm and romantic song to end a sort of desperate, isolated album.

Wait, uh...

Red wine and sleeping pills
Help me get back to your arms
Cheap sex and sad films
Help me get where I belong

I think you're crazy, maybe
I think you're crazy, maybe

Stop sending letters
Letters always get burned
It's not like the movies
They fed us on little white lies

I think you're crazy, maybe
I think you're crazy, maybe

I will see you in the next life


um....
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #47 on: 20 Apr 2009, 17:50 »

The music is romantic.  Very pretty and elegant and sentimental.  I didn't pay too much attention to the lyrics. 
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #48 on: 20 Apr 2009, 20:56 »

The last song on Glassjaw's Worship and Tribute is also ties that album up very well, managing to go through most of the musical styles presented on the album in one coherent piece of writing.

You're thinking 'Two Tabs Of Mescaline' there, right? I always think of 'Convectuoso' as the last song on that record.

Yes, Two Tabs, I didn't hear Convectuoso until long after I was familiar with that album, so it feels more like a b-side to me.
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Re: Tracks that end an album
« Reply #49 on: 20 Apr 2009, 21:01 »

We're No Here & To Bid You Farewell.
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