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Best outro to an album?

Postby Treesus » Wed Jan 23, 2008 2:07 am UTC

In the vein of the best intro thread, why not a best outro thread?

My vote goes to Motion Picture Soundtrack for Radiohead's "Kid A". Seriously makes me cry.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Unakau » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:54 am UTC

I would say that Coma by Guns N' Roses from Use Your Illusion I is the best outro song of all time.

Diary of A Madman comes in a close second.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby no-genius » Wed Jan 23, 2008 1:18 pm UTC

Does 'Antennas to Heaven' by Godspeed You! Black Emperor (from Lift yr skinny fists like antennas to heaven) count as one song? (given that its 19 minutes long)

Actually, 'Lately' by British Sea Power (The Decline and Fall of British Sea Power) is quite good too. (14 minutes)

Edit: or 'Gouge Away' by the Pixies (Doolittle). Pretty awesome song anyway, tho.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby RedWolf » Wed Jan 23, 2008 1:20 pm UTC

As I said in the "best opener" thread, I would definitely have to say "Navras" by Juno Reactor, on Labyrinth.

Also, the outro to DJ Shadow's "In Tune and On Time"

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby arkady » Wed Jan 23, 2008 3:56 pm UTC

Pop-punk is pretty good at good outro songs:


I'm Lost Without You (from Blink 182's album Blink 182)

Please Take Me Home (from Blink 182's album Take of your Pants and Jacket)

Anthem (from Blink 182's album Enema of the State)

Man Overboad (from Blink 182's album The Mark, Tom and Travis Show)

This is how I Disappear (from My Chemical Romance's album The Black Parade - the hidden track - Blood - is also good as an outro song)

Play Crack The Sky (from Brand New's album Deja Entendu)

Whatsername (from Greenday's album American Idiot)

Macy's Day Parade (from Greenday's album Warning)

Good Riddance (from Greenday's album Nimord)


Don't forget Iron Maiden: The Thin Line Between Love and Hate is an awesome ending to the Brave New World album, and Only the Good Die Young finishes Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. Also Journey Man (Dance of Death, Hallowed Be Thy Name Number of the Beast are album finishers.


As a final word to screw you all up (re: music taste): Alfie, the last song on Lily Allen's album is awesome.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby no-genius » Wed Jan 23, 2008 4:03 pm UTC

arkady wrote:Pop-punk is pretty good bad at good outro songs:

fix'd :P

Post-punk, however, is ace!

'1 2 X U' by Wire (from Pink Flag) is very good. Also, loud.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby arkady » Wed Jan 23, 2008 5:43 pm UTC

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arkady wrote:Pop-punk is pretty good bad at good outro songs:

fix'd :P

Post-punk, however, is ace!

'1 2 X U' by Wire (from Pink Flag) is very good. Also, loud.


My attitude to pop-punk went through three stages, all associated with a leap in typing, spelling and vocabulary:

1. Oh me yarm!!!z0rz! Pop-punk iz teh awesome!

2. I can't beleive I was such a fanboy. Pop-punk suks hairy balls.

3. Actually, it's got some good stuff. Upbeat, doesn't take itself too seriously (apart from Tom DeLonge) and is actually quite fun and cool.


I've never met two people who agree on what post-punk is. Who do you think are the most popular post-punk bands (i.e. the ones I'm most likely to have heard of)? If you include Turbonegro in there, they are awesome, but stuff like Converge, not so much.

Oooh...and I forgot: A Grand Don't Come For Free by The Streets (a sort of hip-hoppy/rappy group, but not in the guns, bitches, bling way) has an awesome outro song called Empty Cans. Take a listen, although it makes so much more sense if you listen to the whole album. It's about a guy trying to get his TV fixed :)
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Goatboy » Wed Jan 23, 2008 8:31 pm UTC

arkady wrote:
Man Overboad (from Blink 182's album The Mark, Tom and Travis Show)

Whatsername (from Greenday's album American Idiot)

Macy's Day Parade (from Greenday's album Warning)

Good Riddance (from Greenday's album Nimord)


So, I'm gonna say that "Man Overboard" doesn't really count because it was a single tacked on to the end of a live album, which kind of screws up the continuity, and then it's followed by all the stage banter. Also, you totally forgot Green Day's best album-ender from Green Day's best album: "F.O.D./All By Myself" from Dookie.

I said this before in the other thread, but I'll say again: "Straight to Hell" by the Clash on From Here to Eternity and by Moby & Heather Nova on Burning London.

"Goodbye Sky Harbor" by Jimmy Eat World from Clarity.
"Evaporated" by Ben Folds Five from Whatever & Ever, Amen.
"Strangers When we Meet" by David Bowie from 1. Outside.
"My Peroshky (Reprise)" by Optimus Rhyme on School the Indie Rockers.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Mathmagic » Wed Jan 23, 2008 9:02 pm UTC

Knights of Cydonia (Muse, Black Holes & Revelations)
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby BobMacDhonnchaidh » Wed Jan 23, 2008 9:50 pm UTC

I Am the Resurrection - Stone Roses self-titled
Freedom - Rage Against the Machine self-titled
A Certain Romance - Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
Bold as Love - Jimi Hendrix - Axis: Bold as Love
Voodoo Child (Slight Return) - Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland
The Doberman - Kasabian - Empire
Bring it on Home - Led Zeppelin - LZII
All the System of a Down albums
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby ChocloManx » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:35 pm UTC

Lark's Tongues in Aspic part II from Lark's Tongues in Aspic by King Crimson.
Supper's Ready from Foxtrot by Genesis
River from Octopus by Gentle Giant
Good Night from The Beatles by The Beatles
The Knife from Trespass by Genesis
Geranio from Per Un Amico by Premiata Forneria Marconi

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby RedWolf » Thu Jan 24, 2008 12:50 am UTC

How could I forget Knights of Cydonia!

EDIT: I'd also like to add
Aren't We All Running? - 65 Days of Static
Leif Erikson - Interpol
Song For Ancestors - Juno Reactor
One Perfect Sunrise - Orbital
Dreamfactory - Saycet

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby no-genius » Thu Jan 24, 2008 10:19 am UTC

arkady wrote:I've never met two people who agree on what post-punk is. Who do you think are the most popular post-punk bands (i.e. the ones I'm most likely to have heard of)? If you include Turbonegro in there, they are awesome, but stuff like Converge, not so much.

Well, classic post-punk bands (that I like) would be Wire, Joy Division, The Fall. That kind of thing.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby majikthise » Thu Jan 24, 2008 1:30 pm UTC

Motorhead- Whorehouse Blues (Inferno). Makes a damn good 1st encore as well!

See also One Perfect Sunrise from the last Orbital album.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Guy_At_A_Keyboard » Fri Jan 25, 2008 12:31 am UTC

'Find the River,' from R.E.M.'s Automatic for the People
'King of the World' from Countdown to Ecstasy by Steely Dan
'Last Boat Leaving' from Spike by Elvis Costello

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Clumpy » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:13 am UTC

I agree with whoever said "every SOAD record".

Definitely "Goodbye Sober Day" from Mr. Bungle's "California".
"Ruler of Everything" from Tally Hall
"Only in Dreams" by Weezer
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Sir_Elderberry » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:35 am UTC

How the hell am I the first to mention Eclipse, from Dark Side of the Moon?
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby aion7 » Fri Jan 25, 2008 4:42 am UTC

A Day in the Life - Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles

As great as many other songs in this thread are (I'm very tempted to third "all the SOAD albums"), A day in the life was just so great. It was not only a great song by itself, but it was also a perfect closer to the album.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby segmentation fault » Fri Jan 25, 2008 4:49 pm UTC

arkady wrote:I've never met two people who agree on what post-punk is. Who do you think are the most popular post-punk bands?


Joy Division is the definition of post-punk. youve just met 2 people in this thread who say so :)

as far as outros go, speaking of Converge, Jane Doe was pretty sick.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Goatboy » Fri Jan 25, 2008 6:13 pm UTC

Foo Fighters were mentioned on the "Openers" thread, so I thought I'd throw "Exhausted" from the S/T for your consideration. "New Way Home" from The Colour and the Shape (the only FF album that really matters to me) tries to be a good closer, but it's too repetitive and overwrought.
And since somebody brought up "Only in Dreams," I'm going to go with "Butterfly" from Pinkerton. Rivers closes an album well, all part of his super-analytical approach to his music. "O Girlfriend," "December" and "Haunt Your Every Day" (from the Green Album, Maladroit and Make Believe, respectively) all do a good job of winding down their albums, but points go to "Butterfly."
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby EsotericWombat » Fri Jan 25, 2008 11:24 pm UTC

The Mars Volta-Deloused in the Comatorium- Take The Veil, Cerpin Taxt
Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon- Brain Damage/Eclipse
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby tylerwylie » Sun Jan 27, 2008 8:09 am UTC

EsotericWombat wrote:Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon- Brain Damage/Eclipse

Only person here with the correct answer.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby SomeoneElse » Sun Jan 27, 2008 11:44 pm UTC

As I said in the intros thread.. the end of Dark Side of the Moon is unspeakably fantastic. As is the first answer - the beautiful Motion Picture Soundtrack.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Kabann » Mon Jan 28, 2008 12:12 am UTC

Thunderstorm, the end of Matthew Sweet's In Reverse.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby no-g » Mon Jan 28, 2008 2:09 pm UTC

segmentation fault wrote:
arkady wrote:I've never met two people who agree on what post-punk is. Who do you think are the most popular post-punk bands?


Joy Division is the definition of post-punk. youve just met 2 people in this thread who say so :)

Actually, I'd say Wire are the definition of post-punk. They have seniority.

Also, I forgot to mention Gang of Four. Speaking of which, Anthrax is a good song. It doesn't close my copy of Entertainment, because it has 3 songs from some EP, or something. But meh.

And 'Mogwai Fear Satan' from Young Team is a good closing song.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Goatboy » Mon Jan 28, 2008 11:48 pm UTC

So, I fished out some of my old cassettes from high school, and I've gotta say that "Scavenger Type" by NOFX (from Punk in Drublic) is an amazing outro. It a similar slow skank that you heard on "Reeko," the previous track, but "Reeko" bursts from that into a typical NOFX thrash. "Scavenger Type" carries the album to a fittingly awkward close.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby DayTripper47 » Tue Jan 29, 2008 3:33 am UTC

Echoes - Meddle - Pink Floyd
Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts 6-9 - Wish You Were Here
Love Reign O'er Me - Quadrophenia - The Who
The End - The Doors
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Clumpy » Tue Jan 29, 2008 7:05 pm UTC

"The Navajo Know" from The Pixies' "Tromp le Monde" is pretty great too.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Guy_At_A_Keyboard » Wed Jan 30, 2008 12:07 am UTC

I'm surprised nobody mentioned 'Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands' yet. That song is fucking amazing.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Number3Pencils » Fri Feb 08, 2008 8:20 pm UTC

Clumpy wrote:"Ruler of Everything" from Tally Hall
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby McCaber » Sat Feb 09, 2008 8:55 am UTC

I definitely agree with A Day in the Life. I also like Something for Nothing by Rush on 2112, Aerials by System, Only in Dreams by Weezer, and Mason Proffit's Two Hangmen.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby RedMaggit » Tue Feb 12, 2008 5:34 am UTC

I don't particularly like the band, but System Of A Down's "Soldier Side" (Mezmerize/Hypnotize) is the best closing song to an I've yet heard.

The way the song is placed as a frame for the double album was used to good effect, especially in the crashing, triumphant final crescendo in the reprise at the end of Hypnotize. Really stirring stuff.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Token » Tue Feb 12, 2008 7:46 pm UTC

I'm sorry, but every single one of you is wrong. The best outro to an album, ever, is "Consign to Oblivion - A New Age Dawns III", on the album Consign To Oblivion by Epica. By an odd coincidence, "Hunab K'u - A New Age Dawns Prologue" from the same album just so happens to be the best intro to an album ever, as well.
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby niteice » Wed Feb 13, 2008 4:18 am UTC

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Seven Ways to Sunday. IMO this was their best "new" album and the fact that they switched styles just goes to show how badass they still are. :)
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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby 181 » Thu Feb 14, 2008 9:42 am UTC

oasis - (what's the story) morning glory? - champagne supernova.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby TheAmazingRando » Thu Feb 14, 2008 9:51 am UTC

The Arcade Fire - In The Backseat
FWIW, it may also be the best song on the album.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Anomie » Thu Feb 14, 2008 9:01 pm UTC

Radiohead- Motion Picture Soundtrack from Kid A or Life In A Glasshouse from Amnesiac

Sigur Rós- Untitled #8

Olafur Arnalds- Untitled #7/#8 (Kinda one song, almost)

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby PhantomReality » Thu Feb 14, 2008 10:20 pm UTC

Where to begin? The anti-climatic "Her majesty" on abbey road, or the epic "A Day in the Life" on Sgt. Peppers, or one of my personal favorites "Champagne Supernova" at the end of the fantastic "Whats the story morning glory?" Or even better, Eclipse finishing off Dark side of the moon. They're all fabulous. Oh and also "How Many More Times" at the end of Led Zeppelin I.

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Malsies » Fri Feb 15, 2008 1:22 am UTC

"We're Not Alone" by Peeping Tom (self-titled)

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Re: Best outro to an album?

Postby Cai » Fri Feb 15, 2008 2:41 am UTC

Liars - The Other Side Of Mt. Heart Attack (Drum's Not Dead)

One of the best songs ever. It's a good V-Day song too.

Built To Spill - The Weather (Ancient Melodies Of The Future)

Another good V-Day song.

Built To Spill - Untrustable Part 2 (About Someone Else) (Perfect From Now On)

Liars - This Dust Makes That Mud (They Threw Us In A Trench And Stuck A Monument On Top)

About 8 minutes of actual playing and then a loop that plays for about 20 some minutes. It hypnotizes you. Excellenté.

Neutral Milk Hotel - Twin Headed Boy Part 2 (In The Aeroplane Over The Sea)

No... words. Should've...sent...a poet.

Mogwai - Mogwai Fear Satan (Young Team)

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