The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 567 Super Long Pop Songs entries on the site.
From the album "Use Your Illusion II"
The full-length version, with parts 1 and 2, is 11 minutes and 52 seconds long. The single version, with just part 1, is 4 minutes and 12 seconds long.
From Blood Sugar Sex Magik. The ending of the song runs on for quite a while.
"Foreplay/Long Time," Boston
Appropriately named. The slash may make it look like two songs, but it's a single track and gets radio airplay (on oldies stations) in its entirety.
Appearing on the album janet., this is her longest song to date.
"Back For More (EP Version)," Ratt
This song would also appear in a different, shorter form on the band's full-length debut album, "Out Of The Cellar".
The Buffalo Springfield/Stephen Stills homage to Stills' then girlfriend Judy Collins rocked out by Joe Walsh and company.
Joe Walsh plays multiple guitars and piano on this classic rocker.
"Are You Ready," Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) Length:5:47
Arguably the first Christian rock song.
From the Band of Gypsys album.
For anyone needing "more cowbell", this should do the trick. Considered by many the ultimate psychedelic rock song it was released in three edited versions on 45.
The album version was released in two edited versions on 7 inch vinyl: a 3:14 version which reached #3 on Billboard and an extended version of 7:07 for FM radio play.
This version of Canned Heat's boogie was recorded live at The Kaliedoscope in Los Angeles. It filled two sides of the double album "Living the Blues". On the CD it is listed as tracks 3 and 4, but on the vinyl LP it was printed as tracks 2 and 4 so it could be listened to without the need of turning over the record.
This must have been his longest released song.
"The Raven," Bryan Cherry Band Length:9:13
None of the songs from this Jimi Hendrix sound-alike blues rocker are short, and longer songs clearly exist. But the marathon jam session at the end of this one could make you think the song is their "Kashmir."
Now that is one of Madonna's longest songs! - ?!
"What Would You Have Me Do?," Local H
Technically, the song only lasts for 15 minutes, with the last 10 being random street noises, but even then it's still a long track.
Most of the lyrics are in the end, but there is even a Winston Churchill recording in the song
"Tales From Topographic Oceans," Yes
This double LP is technically just one song broken up into four parts. If you do accept that it is actually one song, then it is very likely the longest song in the history of rock. And I have heard all of it (except for the excruciatingly awful third side) played on the radio at various times.
"A Light In The Black," Rainbow
Length:Around 8 Minutes
The closing track on the band's second album.
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