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5th May '16 4:32:48 PM nombretomado
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* ArcadeFire's album The Suburbs starts and ends with tracks of the same name.

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* ArcadeFire's Music/ArcadeFire's album The Suburbs starts and ends with tracks of the same name.



* DavidBowie's ''Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)'' opens with "It's No Game" and closes with "It's No Game (Part 2)", both of which are naturally different versions of the same song. Furthermore, the first sound heard on the album is a film reel being started up, and the last is a film reel running out of tape.

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* DavidBowie's Music/DavidBowie's ''Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)'' opens with "It's No Game" and closes with "It's No Game (Part 2)", both of which are naturally different versions of the same song. Furthermore, the first sound heard on the album is a film reel being started up, and the last is a film reel running out of tape.
2nd May '16 1:51:38 AM aye_amber
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* The CD version of SkinnyPuppy's ''Remission'' has "Glass Houses" as the second track and "Glass Out" as the second-to-last track. The former also has book-ends of its own, beginning and ending with the sample "The beauty of their souls, the sweetness of their characters lives on with us forever" from the film ''Shadow of a Doubt''.

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* The CD version of SkinnyPuppy's Music/SkinnyPuppy's ''Remission'' has "Glass Houses" as the second track and "Glass Out" as the second-to-last track. The former also has book-ends of its own, beginning and ending with the sample "The beauty of their souls, the sweetness of their characters lives on with us forever" from the film ''Shadow of a Doubt''.
26th Apr '16 1:16:10 AM aye_amber
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* SystemOfADown's double-ConceptAlbum, ''Music/MezmerizeHypnotize'', begins with a short introduction called "Soldier Side (intro)", and ends with a song of 3-4 minutes called "Soldier Side".

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* SystemOfADown's Music/SystemOfADown's double-ConceptAlbum, ''Music/MezmerizeHypnotize'', begins with a short introduction called "Soldier Side (intro)", and ends with a song of 3-4 minutes called "Soldier Side".Side."
24th Apr '16 1:30:08 AM aye_amber
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* [[{{Wire}} Graham Lewis]]' wracked scream both begins and ends Dome's "The Red Tent I & II" on ''Dome 2''.

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* [[{{Wire}} [[Music/{{Wire}} Graham Lewis]]' wracked scream both begins and ends Dome's "The Red Tent I & II" on ''Dome 2''.2.''
24th Apr '16 12:54:30 AM aye_amber
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* After a very experimental album, the last song on LedZeppelin's ''In Through The Out Door'', "I'm Gonna Crawl", is a blues song, much like the style of their first album. This would be the last album Led Zeppelin would record (''Coda'' was a collection of Outtakes)

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* After a very experimental album, the last song on LedZeppelin's Music/LedZeppelin's ''In Through The Out Door'', Door,'' "I'm Gonna Crawl", Crawl," is a blues song, much like the style of their first album. This would be the last album Led Zeppelin would record (''Coda'' was a collection of Outtakes)Outtakes).
18th Apr '16 10:09:09 PM aye_amber
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* ExecutiveMeddling led to {{Deftones}} recording a shorter, heavier version of "Pink Maggit" called "Back To School (Mini-Maggit)" and making it the first track on a reissue of ''White Pony'': Thus that version of the album begins and ends with different versions of the same song. It actually works pretty well for an accidental example, especially because the first two and a half minutes or so of "Pink Maggit" sound absolutely nothing like "Back To School".

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* ExecutiveMeddling led to {{Deftones}} Music/{{Deftones}} recording a shorter, heavier version of "Pink Maggit" called "Back To School (Mini-Maggit)" and making it the first track on a reissue of ''White Pony'': Thus that version of the album begins and ends with different versions of the same song. It actually works pretty well for an accidental example, especially because the first two and a half minutes or so of "Pink Maggit" sound absolutely nothing like "Back To School".
17th Apr '16 5:44:21 AM aye_amber
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* Music/GreenDay's album ''TwentyFirstCenturyBreakdown'' begins with an introduction track that is echoed on the second last track, "American Eulogy". The second track on the album, "21st Century Breakdown", is echoed in the final track, "See The Light".

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* Music/GreenDay's album ''TwentyFirstCenturyBreakdown'' ''Music/TwentyFirstCenturyBreakdown'' begins with an introduction track that is echoed on the second last track, "American Eulogy". The second track on the album, "21st Century Breakdown", is echoed in the final track, "See The Light".
27th Mar '16 7:02:26 PM WestTxTapper
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* Carl Orff's masterwork Music/CarminaBurana begins and ends with its most well-known segment "O Fortuna".
16th Mar '16 4:08:30 PM requiem626
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* Mozart's "Requiem" begins with the Agnus Dei movement, and ends with the Lux Aeterna, the same melody with different words.

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* Mozart's "Requiem" begins with the Agnus Dei movement, Introitus and Kyrie movements, and ends with the Lux Aeterna, the same melody with different words.
8th Mar '16 4:55:06 AM Adept
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* In {{Rush}}'s ''Caress of Steel'', the final song has multiple parts. The first and last of which are very similar in both the musical style and (respectively) the first and last lines sung.
** Also, {{Rush}}'s "The Manhattan Project" begins and ends with the same riff on guitar and drums.
* FallOutBoy's album ''Infinity on High'' both begins and ends with an audience clapping as if it were a live show.
* A couple songs by PanicAtTheDisco. Namely "Camisado" and "Time to Dance".
* MarilynManson's ''Antichrist Superstar'' album begins and ends with the same spoken line. In addition, a different phrase bookends the final "act" of the album.

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* In {{Rush}}'s Music/{{Rush}}'s ''Caress of Steel'', the final song has multiple parts. The first and last of which are very similar in both the musical style and (respectively) the first and last lines sung.
** Also, {{Rush}}'s Rush's "The Manhattan Project" begins and ends with the same riff on guitar and drums.
* FallOutBoy's Music/FallOutBoy's album ''Infinity on High'' both begins and ends with an audience clapping as if it were a live show.
* A couple songs by PanicAtTheDisco.Music/PanicAtTheDisco. Namely "Camisado" and "Time to Dance".
* MarilynManson's Music/MarilynManson's ''Antichrist Superstar'' album begins and ends with the same spoken line. In addition, a different phrase bookends the final "act" of the album.



* {{Queensryche}}'s ''Operation: Mindcrime'' concept album begins and ends with the line "I remember now".

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* {{Queensryche}}'s Music/{{Queensryche}}'s ''Operation: Mindcrime'' concept album begins and ends with the line "I remember now".
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