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I was listening to the new releases and jumping from one song to another I noticed that few albums have a powerful closing track.I'm thinking of something famous.
Hi @Spotywakeup I started a Playlist a couple of years ago with this same subject, only 38 albums from 2017 to this days but I think I haven’t added recently nothing to it, this is the one
This is an interesting catch, and not something I see a lot in my own favourites.
Doesn't mean there isn't one though - first (and pretty much only) thing coming to mind is Djrum and his "Seven Lies".
The last song is the most captivating of them all, with that vocal sample of unknown origin at the end as well as that absolutely sublime rhythm and melody.
All other albums where I happen to love the last song the most boil down to my personal preferences though. 🙂
Edit: realized there is no point in making album play buttons small. lol
On Pink Floyd’s Meddle, the 23 ½ minutes last track (“Echoes”) is the most popular and arguably the best track on the album:
On Orange Goblin’s Healing Through Fire, the last track “Beginner’s Guide to Suicide” is their most popular and (I think) their best track:
On 35007’s Phase V album, the last track “6174” is the most popular track and my favorite on the album as well:
And on Wo Fat’s The Black Code, while the last track “Sleep of the Black Lotus” isn’t their most popular track on the album (“Lost Highway” is), it’s my favorite of track of theirs:
- I was sure that one of the Pink Floyd albums had this peculiarity, but I didn't remember which one it was.- I find the closing song of Seven Lies something extremely relaxing and evocative.
Thank you for suggesting it!!- Awesome! it's nice to find a playlist that already has the answer to the questions.
If you find anything else keep suggesting.