what is the best closing track of all-time?
I don't know if I hate this group now, but when I liked them it was certainly this.
HAND YOURSELF OVER
PLAN TO STEAL
WHATEVER I WANT
>Red wine and sleeping pills
>Help me get back to your arms
>Cheap sex and sad films
>Help me get where I belong
i won't obviously say "of all time" (wtf) but still
If you're not posting this you're objectively wrong.
I kind of see Screens as a weirder poppier Kid A
The outro track to this album was also amazing
>Bruce singing the best poetry he's ever written
>that two minute sax solo that Clarence fucking murders
>the way Bruce sings
>BENEATH THE CITY
>TWO HEARTS BEAT
>with only soft piano backing him
>his screams at the end
Fuck, now I need to listen to all of it again.
Anyone who says it is not Bel Air is objectively wrong. It is also the pinnacle of rock music in general.
I don't know if it's the best but I fucking love It's Your World
i saw them live a couple of months ago but didn't bring ear plugs and my ears were completely fucked by the time they played this at the end ):
First time I listened to this, Come to Dust made me cry.
This thread is good mang
This may not be the best closing track of all time, but it is such an appropriate closer for the album
This whole album is beautiful, but the final track, that's what pulls the heartstrings.
Gets me every time
"Cassandra Gemini" on Frances the Mute
"Batwings (A Limnal Hymn)" on Musick to Play in the Dark 2
"The Dreamer Is Still Asleep" on Musick to Play in the Dark 1
"Third Eye" on Ænima
"Chonkyfire" on Aquemini
"Good Morning Captain" on Spiderland
"No Tears" on Desire/No Tears
"Merry Go Bye Bye" on Disco Volante
"Should've Been Could've Been" on I Am Not a Doctor
"You Set the Scene" on Forever Changes
Unsure about all-time but the closing track of Wavering Radiant, 'Threshold of Transformation', is a phenomenal closing piece both for an album as well as for the end of the Band.
on the context of the album this was a perfect ending
holy shit, that's awesome
The fucking feels on Alvin Row.
I honestly don't know if I could explain why that song is so good, but it just reminds me of the confusion and emotions I was going through when I discovered anco all those years ago.
these are all great
I seriously hope you're not lying man
Michael is the GOAT closer song
This or Comforting Sounds on pic related.
BUT MY FEELINGS WHERE A LITTLE BIT TOO STRONG
Just a little bit too strong
I just got to When I'm Blind, let's see that ending.
Im super hyped, that was a good album.
These and also:
>The Money Store
>Sound of Silver
>In the Court of the Crimson King
>Highway 61 Revisited
And of course pic related
Also ITCOTCK and pic related
You're all correct, you're all correct. I love you /mu/
Pretty much yep, but my problem with Bel-Air is that it ends kind of sloppily. I love the second outro thing, but compared to the rest of the track, the last few minutes are kind of directionless.
Still, a ridiculously wonderful track, it really doesn't get much better than that.
The double bill of 100,000 Fireflies followed by Plant White Roses is a good contender for the best thing TMF ever did.
Everything comes to an end, and the end point forms a perfect circle.
Rest well, Pandit Alice. You will live on forever and ever.
I might be biased, too. It reminds me of my own (cosmo) gramma, who died almost one year ago today. I played a lot of FlyLo while I was with her in a palliative care facility. She didn't understand it much, but she said it sounded beautiful, "like a chorus of angels."
At the funeral service, we were all asked to provide one song that reminded us of her, and that was the one I picked.
The three final tracks kind of blend into an amazing finale, but the last track even on its own is amazing.
Fuck yeah man I forgot how rad this song was. Born to Run is about as close to perfect as an album can get IMO
Underrated. That whole album is great, some of Kanye's best production work and some of Common's best writing.
>PLEASE DONT EVER LEAAAAAAAAAAAAVE
Everything else I've heard by Titus Andronicus is pretty underwhelming, and Patrick Stickles is really obnoxious publicly, but man the Monitor is incredible.
I came here to post this. Impossible Soul is like, one of the best finales ever written for anything. I saw him perform it live once.
Surprised nobody's posted this one yet.
>we wish we were dead...
It's so hypnotic and makes me want to dance in circles.
Here's another nice'un. Not BOAT, but pretty high up there.
It's all riding on this. The final shootout in the church of dance. One man versus 100. Blaze of glory.
Another one. Especially following "The Little House I Used to Live In"
It's like the other end of the burnt weeny sandwich. The house lights are coming up. People are shuffling out of their seats to beat the crowd. Incredulous chuckles are coming from the audience: "Is this the same band, or...?"
If you hear it, you'll understand.
It's like a Vietnam soldier's dying thoughts, as he looks into the eyes of his enemy: a man just like him, who in any other circumstance would be his friend.
Thoughts of home, of family, of idle moments wasted, growing foggier and more desperate with each bloody second.
Please tell me that's the track Ricardo Lopez offed himself too. I would have a big ol' basket of belly-keks ready just for you.
Might as well be called, "Trailer Park Symphony: Final Movement"
I'm pretty sure it's even in the key of B, which is perfect for closing tracks.
I know I'm samefagging a lot, but closing tracks are something I really enjoy scoping out.
Feeling Yourself Disintegrate/Sleeping on the Roof
If it's not the best, it's fucking close.
a message for what was to come
Perfect album closer, possibly the best song Henry did with Black Flag
After such a sad and depressing album, there's some semblance of hope in Stars, but there's still a lot of bitterness there.
The way the strings get loosened and start to buzz when he starts to scream is beautiful ending to a great story. And the child play at the end makes is visual as fuck I always see a clear image of a thin dead like guy on a chair hunched being completely helpless in front of those drawers in the morgue
>IN THE NIIIIIGHT
really? no one ITT?
i assume it's just because it's so obligatory GOAT
This is without a doubt the greatest album closer I've ever heard in my life, though. It's just so incredibly cathartic that I'm always afraid to even put the album on because I know by the end I'm going to be bawling my eyes out wondering where it all went wrong.
Yeah? Sometimes I wish they ended it on No Cars Go tho. They did the same kind of anti-climax thing on Funeral. Both closers are good ending statements, but they do anthemic so well that it seems counter-intuitive to not close on that kind of tune.
don't even like the album that much but the beginning and ending tracks are both great
I'll Cast A Shadow is a perfect end to their final album. That banter at the end is so peculiar. Makes me kinda sad for some reason.
Summoning is amazing
This is such a great album
Legendary Pink Dots are such an interesting band.
mina jävla negroes
please explain me how people do actually like this bait album. crescendo to pretentious nothing everywhere. that lame violin in m=r. those fucking cromatism. only interesting moment just after the climax at 09-15-00p1 half and that's it.