History BookEnds / Music

10th Jan '17 3:46:20 PM Xtifr
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* The final passage of Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer's ''Tarkus'' suite includes a reprise of part of the opening passage. When [[PorcupineTree Steven Wilson]] was given the task of remixing the album, he was stumped when he couldn't find the reprise on the multitrack master - until he realised that the reprise was actually taken ''from'' the opening passage.

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* The final passage of Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer's ''Tarkus'' suite includes a reprise of part of the opening passage. When [[PorcupineTree [[Music/PorcupineTree Steven Wilson]] was given the task of remixing the album, he was stumped when he couldn't find the reprise on the multitrack master - until he realised that the reprise was actually taken ''from'' the opening passage.
7th Jan '17 6:12:20 PM nombretomado
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* Not counting a [[HiddenTrack 40-second outtake reel]] at the end, BarenakedLadies' ''Gordon'' ends with the song "Crazy" which suddenly crashes into a short reprise of the opening "Hello City" in the fadeout.

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* Not counting a [[HiddenTrack 40-second outtake reel]] at the end, BarenakedLadies' Music/BarenakedLadies' ''Gordon'' ends with the song "Crazy" which suddenly crashes into a short reprise of the opening "Hello City" in the fadeout.
20th Oct '16 6:46:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* The video to [[Music/PeterGabriel Peter Gabriel's]] ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt87bLX7m_o Steam]]'' begins with the view of space and stars with Earth closing in and ends with zooming in on somebody's skin, brief glimpse of cellular structure, DNA, individual atoms and interatomic space [[RecursiveReality which becomes the interstellar space]]. Unfortunately, most broadcasts and websites [[TheyJustDidntCare cut the first 10-20 seconds]].

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* The video to [[Music/PeterGabriel Peter Gabriel's]] ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt87bLX7m_o Steam]]'' begins with the view of space and stars with Earth closing in and ends with zooming in on somebody's skin, brief glimpse of cellular structure, DNA, individual atoms and interatomic space [[RecursiveReality which becomes the interstellar space]]. Unfortunately, most broadcasts and websites [[TheyJustDidntCare cut the first 10-20 seconds]].seconds.
6th Oct '16 11:12:33 PM Benbeasted
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* Marianas Trench's album ''Ever After'' provides a literal example, where the first track starts with "Once upon a time..." and the last track ends with "... and happily ever after we lived. The end."

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* Marianas Trench's The album ''Ever After'' by Music/MarianasTrench provides a literal example, where the first track starts with "Once upon a time..." and the last track ends with "... and happily ever after we lived. The end."
6th Oct '16 11:08:07 PM Benbeasted
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* Music/FallOutBoy's album ''Infinity on High'' both begins and ends with an audience clapping as if it were a live show.

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* Music/FallOutBoy's album ''Infinity on High'' both begins with chatter and ends with an audience clapping applause, as if though it were a live show.
6th Oct '16 11:04:57 PM Benbeasted
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* Marianas Trench's album ''Ever After'' provides a literal example, where the first track starts with "Once upon a time..." and the last track ends with "... and happily ever after we lived. The end."
23rd Jul '16 3:05:15 PM TimeLordVictorious
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* Earlier than Pink Floyd is Music/TheDoors, with their song "The End", starting and ending with the four same words, with those words being "This is the end."
26th Jun '16 3:43:40 AM gewunomox
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* On ''[[LinkinPark Reanimation]]'', the introduction is a minute long orchestral track. By the time the end of the disc comes around, it's revealed that the electronic-based remix to "Crawling" is built around that.

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* On ''[[LinkinPark ''[[Music/LinkinPark Reanimation]]'', the introduction is a minute long orchestral track. By the time the end of the disc comes around, it's revealed that the electronic-based remix to "Crawling" is built around that.
21st Jun '16 7:21:25 PM gewunomox
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* ''Rust Never Sleeps'' by NeilYoung And Crazy Horse starts with"My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)" and ends with "Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)", a more aggressive, electric-guitar-based rearrangement of the same song.

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* ''Rust Never Sleeps'' by NeilYoung Music/NeilYoung And Crazy Horse starts with"My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)" and ends with "Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)", a more aggressive, electric-guitar-based rearrangement of the same song.
21st Jun '16 1:44:56 PM gewunomox
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* {{Ween}}'s ''The Mollusk'' starts with "Dancing In The Show Tonight" and ends with "She Wanted To Leave (Reprise)" - the "reprise" alluded to in the title is a short instrumental version of "Dancing In The Show Tonight".

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* {{Ween}}'s Music/{{Ween}}'s ''The Mollusk'' starts with "Dancing In The Show Tonight" and ends with "She Wanted To Leave (Reprise)" - the "reprise" alluded to in the title is a short instrumental version of "Dancing In The Show Tonight".
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