History BookEnds / Music

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".
8th Jun '16 9:26:33 PM gewunomox
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* A more unconventional example: {{Mayhem}}'s second album ''Grand Declaration of War'' is a sequel to their earlier EP ''Wolf's Lair Abyss''. The saga as a whole is divided into three sections: I ("Wolf's Lair Abyss"), II (the first half of "Grand Declaration of War") and III (the second half). A riff appears at the very end of "Symbols of Bloodswords", the last track from "Wolf's Lair Abyss", and the album fades out. "A Grand Declaration of War", the first track of part II of the saga fades in with the same riff shifted up a semitone. The riff appears for the third and final time at the start of the track "View from Nihil (Part II of II)", followed by some spoken word vocals and a sample of a nuclear bomb detonating. This concludes part II of the entire saga.

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* A more unconventional example: {{Mayhem}}'s Music/{{Mayhem}}'s second album ''Grand Declaration of War'' is a sequel to their earlier EP ''Wolf's Lair Abyss''. The saga as a whole is divided into three sections: I ("Wolf's Lair Abyss"), II (the first half of "Grand Declaration of War") and III (the second half). A riff appears at the very end of "Symbols of Bloodswords", the last track from "Wolf's Lair Abyss", and the album fades out. "A Grand Declaration of War", the first track of part II of the saga fades in with the same riff shifted up a semitone. The riff appears for the third and final time at the start of the track "View from Nihil (Part II of II)", followed by some spoken word vocals and a sample of a nuclear bomb detonating. This concludes part II of the entire saga.
6th Jun '16 10:57:39 AM igordebraga
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** GreatestHitsAlbum example: ''Echoes'' opens and closes with the first and last tracks of the band's debut album, ''The Piper at the Gates of Dawn'' ("Astronomy Domine" and "Bike").

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** GreatestHitsAlbum example: ''Echoes'' opens and closes with the first and last tracks of the band's debut album, ''The Piper at the Gates of Dawn'' ''Music/ThePiperAtTheGatesOfDawn'' ("Astronomy Domine" and "Bike").
4th Jun '16 8:58:41 PM gewunomox
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* ThePolice's last song live, as played in the 2008 reunion, was [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g8b6Q2Fono the very first song of their debut album, "Next to You"]].

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* ThePolice's Music/ThePolice's last song live, as played in the 2008 reunion, was [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g8b6Q2Fono the very first song of their debut album, "Next to You"]].
4th Jun '16 6:28:21 PM gewunomox
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* "Blue", the last song on {{REM}}'s ''Collapse Into Now'', eventually turns into a reprise of "Discoverer", the first song on the album.

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* "Blue", the last song on {{REM}}'s Music/{{REM}}'s ''Collapse Into Now'', eventually turns into a reprise of "Discoverer", the first song on the album.
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''.
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