History Main / FadingIntoTheNextSong

24th May '16 2:41:54 PM theek01
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* Marianas Trench's third album, ''Ever After'', was designed such that all the songs transition seamlessly into the next.

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* Marianas Trench's Music/MarianasTrench's third album, ''Ever After'', was designed such that all the songs transition seamlessly into the next.
24th May '16 7:03:54 AM igordebraga
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** ''Wasting Light'': "A Matter of Time" → "Miss the Misery"

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** ''Wasting Light'': "A Matter of Time" → "Miss the Misery"Misery" (and the kinda muted "White Limo" > "Arlandria" transition is enhanced live)



* Music/TheOffspring do this on ''Days Go By'', from "The Future is Now" into "Secrets from the Underground" and again from "Dividing by Zero" into "Slim Pickens Rides the Bomb to Hell." On their album ''Splinter'', the song "Never Gonna Find Me" transitions into "Lightning Rod."

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* Music/TheOffspring do this on ''Days Go By'', from "The Future is Now" into "Secrets from the Underground" and again from "Dividing by Zero" into "Slim Pickens Rides the Bomb to Hell." On their album ''Splinter'', the song "Never Gonna Find Me" transitions into "Lightning Rod."" And in ''Americana'', "Have You Ever" goes into "Staring at the Sun"



** "Transylvania → Strange World" on their self-titled album.

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** "Transylvania [[EpicInstrumentalOpener "Transylvania"]] → Strange World" on [[Music/IronMaidenAlbum their self-titled album.album]].
23rd May '16 11:05:57 PM spiritsunami
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In written music, this is refered to as a "segue," pronounced like "Seg-way" (hence the PunnyName)

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In written music, this is refered referred to as a "segue," pronounced like "Seg-way" (hence the PunnyName)



* Music/PanicAtTheDisco ''loves'' to do this.

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* %%* Music/PanicAtTheDisco ''loves'' to do this.
17th Apr '16 5:44:58 AM aye_amber
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** And now on ''TwentyFirstCenturyBreakdown'' we have the transition from "Last of the American Girls" to "Murder City" with the beeps which start at the end of the first and the drums which pick up when the track officially changes to the second.

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** And now on ''TwentyFirstCenturyBreakdown'' ''Music/TwentyFirstCenturyBreakdown'' we have the transition from "Last of the American Girls" to "Murder City" with the beeps which start at the end of the first and the drums which pick up when the track officially changes to the second.
30th Mar '16 9:22:46 PM stuffedninja
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* Music/{{Radiohead}}:
** ''Music/OKComputer'': "Airbag" → "Paranoid Android", "Exit Music" → "Let Down", "Karma Police" → "Fitter Happier"
** ''Music/KidA'': "Kid A" → "The National Anthem", "Idioteque" → "Morning Bell"
** The entirety of ''I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings''.
** ''COM LAG'': Cheering in "2 + 2 = 5 (Live at Earls Court, London, 26/11/03)" → amp fuzz in "Remyxomatosis"
** ''Music/TheKingOfLimbs'': "Codex" → "Give Up the Ghost"
19th Jan '16 11:18:41 PM mlsmithca
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* Mae puts an interesting twist on this with ''The Everglow'', in which the fading of nearly every song in the next fits into the whole "storybook" concept of the album. Each song corresponds to a sketch in the liner notes, which resemble a picture book made for children. An intro track explains to the listener that they should turn the page when they hear specific sounds. What follows is a brief montage of all of the track intros and/or fades between tracks ''all fading into each other'' in the order that they will be heard throughout the album..

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* Mae puts an interesting twist on this with ''The Everglow'', in which the fading of nearly every song in the next fits into the whole "storybook" concept of the album. Each song corresponds to a sketch in the liner notes, which resemble a picture book made for children. An intro track explains to the listener that they should turn the page when they hear specific sounds. What follows is a brief montage of all of the track intros and/or fades between tracks ''all fading into each other'' in the order that they will be heard throughout the album..album.



* Certain recordings of Music/JohannSebastianBach 's organ toccatas and fugues or preludes and fugues are recorded in such a way that the reverb from the last note of the toccata or prelude is still sounding when the fugue is started. This sometimes results in SiameseTwinSongs.

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* Certain recordings of Music/JohannSebastianBach 's Music/JohannSebastianBach's organ toccatas and fugues or preludes and fugues are recorded in such a way that the reverb from the last note of the toccata or prelude is still sounding when the fugue is started. This sometimes results in SiameseTwinSongs.


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* The first movement of Music/FelixMendelssohn's violin concerto builds in energy to a grim final E minor chord, but when it evaporates, the first bassoon continues to hold its note, leading to a short transition to the second movement.
* Music/DmitriShostakovich loved the device of having movements fade into each other. Just to give two examples, in his Piano Trio No.2, the final iteration of the third movement passacaglia is just fading into silence when the piano begins softly playing a repeated octave to usher in the Jewish-influenced finale, while in his String Quartet No.9, each of the first four (of five) movements begins fading away just as fragments of the opening melody of the next movement begin appearing around it.
13th Jan '16 4:46:55 PM DoppleDelta
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* In ''Theatre/Hamilton'', "Aaron Burr, Sir" immediately segues into "My Shot".
10th Nov '15 4:11:35 PM twilicorn
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* ''Music/BrianJonesPresentsThePipesOfPanAtJajouka'' is an album that was merely produced by Music/BrianJones. It doesn't feature him on vocals or instruments at all. Instead we hear the wonderful performances by the Master Musicians of Jajouka, a Moroccan folk group. All music on this album was performed live and plays out as one long epic performance, but shortened somewhat because in RealLife the actual length of these chants can stretch out to several hours!

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* ''Music/BrianJonesPresentsThePipesOfPanAtJajouka'' is an album that was merely produced by Music/BrianJones. It doesn't feature him on vocals or instruments at all. Instead we hear the wonderful performances ''Music/BrianJonesPresentsThePipesOfPanAtJajouka'', by the Moroccan folk group Master Musicians of Jajouka, a Moroccan folk group. All music on this album was performed live Jajouka and as compiled by Music/BrianJones, plays out as one long epic performance, but performance (but was shortened somewhat because in RealLife the actual length of these chants can stretch out to several hours!hours).
2nd Oct '15 7:17:08 PM Quilladin206
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** Almost all of the songs on remix album "Reanimation".
18th Sep '15 6:44:16 AM Razor_Jackson
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* EDM composer Aleksander Vinter (Better known as Music/Savant) has done this on many of his albums, but most notably with Orakel- How I Roll fades into Penguins, the female voice sample from the end of Reggaetron is at the beginning of Soap.

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* EDM composer Music/{{Savant}} (real name Aleksander Vinter (Better known as Music/Savant) Vinter) has done this on many of his albums, but most notably with Orakel- How I Roll fades into Penguins, the female voice sample from the end of Reggaetron is at the beginning of Soap.
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