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This track was sent to people from a hard drive enclosed in a gummy fetus. Just to show you how weird The Flaming Lips are.
This was the second track from Winwood's "Roll With It" album.
The long version of "Angry Eyes" appears on their self-titled album. The instrumental interlude in the middle of the song is long and boring. The version that appears on The Best of Friends is only 2:33 long, and that's nothing compared to the length of the album version. In the album version, the lyrics "You and I must start to realize, Blindness binds us together in a false disguise, Can you see me through those angry eyes?" are not heard until the very end of the song. In the single version, those particular lyrics are heard before a very brief instrumental interlude, and then the final verse plays. After the final verse, you hear a brief outro, and then the song ends.
Off their 1989 album "The Seeds of Love".
"Reckerd," Bon Jovi
The "Congress" is between Park and Madison, in New York City.
Our first style in music is the "jazzy" waltz!
This song, though not as long as some other songs on the list, is like a whole drama itself, with powerful verses and an intense bridge.
One of the King of Pop's great hits :)
"Merry Happy / Little Red," Kate Nash
From the album "Made of Bricks" (2007)
Awesome song is this one. Definitley long but yet again so are most of their later songs.
"Spirit of Eden - Track 1," Talk Talk
The epic/beautiful album Spirit of Eden, original UK CD copies have the first 3 tracks into one long track at 23:11. This doesn't put many people off though really because the album is meant to be played coherently.
Spirit of Eden
Avra's most recent song, and by far her longest. When Avra recently announced that she was writing this song about the snow in October this year, one of her fans pointed out that the title was very similar to that of another epic song, namely Guns 'n' Roses' "November Rain." As such, she decided to make this song an epic as well.
This is the longest song to make it to the charts, two seconds off the 40:00 album mark.
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