Entries Beginning with H
"Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks," Pantera
"Hard to Say I'm Sorry," Chicago
"Hard to Say I'm Sorry" is track #5 on their thirteenth studio album released in 1982. It reaching #1 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making them one of their biggest hit singles. Note that the version that lasting at 5 minutes and 8 seconds is the album version of this song, which was a medley with "Get Away".
"Harvest of Souls," IQ
The final track off of 1977's "Heavy Weather"
"Haywire" is track #3 on the album, "Airborne" (1983). It was the album's longest song.
"Hazard" is track #5 on the album, "Rush Street" (1991). It reaching #9 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making him one of his biggest hit singles. However, he was more known for his slow-styled song, "Right Here Waiting", sometimes known as "I Will Be Right Here Waiting for You" or "Waiting for You" due to the song's lyrics.
"He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot," Grandaddy
Seems like several songs seamlessly melded together.
"Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!! - METAL GALAXY WORLD TOUR," Babymetal
"Headed for a Heartbreak," Winger
One of their biggest hit singles along with "Seventeen", "Miles Away", etc.
"Heart of the Sunrise," Yes
The last track off of "Fragile."
"The Heat Is On" is track #6 on the album, "Beverly Hills Cop: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack" (1984). It reaching #2 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making him one of his biggest hit singles and also the biggest hit singles for an Eagles member. Note that the version that lasting at 6 minutes and 4 seconds is the extended version of this song, modified the song's music and longer than the original album version of this song.
On some releases it’s split into two tracks (that includes the Spotify version) but I’m talking about the releases where they keep this as one track
Lenght:19 minutes and 7 seconds
A great song and album. Rush is one of those bands I have always liked, I don't play them much, but when I do it is a good thing.
This song is on the album "Midian."
The final track off of 1976's "Black Market"
"Heroes" is track #3 on the album, "Heroes" (1977). It was the longest song from this album. Although his version failed to reaching Billboard's Pop Chart, a version by The Wallflowers can be reaching #26 but on Billboard's Pop Airplay Chart not Billboard's Pop Chart.
A pretty long song for the days when most songs were a little more than 3 minutes.
To be found on the Rock 'n' Roll Animal Album
The best known long pop song, and perhaps the first to break the 7 minute mark and still hit number one at a time when a three minute single was still considered the standard.
Many peoples and listeners believe that this is the longest coda ever in the world before beated by "Free Bird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd and "Layla" by Derek and the Dominos. That coda is best known for the "na na na na" hook that repeatedly many times. The hook is first sung at 3:10 mark, next to fade out to silence at 7:16 mark, and ends at 7:21 mark. Other peoples also believe that the coda is a bridge from boring to more entertain.
"Hocus Pocus," Focus
A shorter version (a little over 3 minutes) is what's normally used on the radio. This song is best known for all its yodelling
This was the second track from Winwood's "Roll With It" album.
"Home By The Sea," Genesis
The first and the second ones put together in one track.
I don't care how good of a song is, it should not go past 6 or 5 minuets. plus, this song is so boring, it would bore a person to death.
Green Day's second longest song from the album American Idiot
The second longest song off of Grand Funk's "Closer To Home" album, released in 1970.
Full title being "The Hopeless Opus or the Great Battle of the Unfriendly Ridiculous". Lyrics are only in the later half. Dont know if indie pop counts.
"Horizon," Jon and Vangelis Lenght:22:53
"The Horrible Fanfare / Landslide / Exoskeleton," Beck
You can come in, but you can't get out
The final track on 'The Wake of Magellan.' As with so many of their of their albums, this album is about redemption.
Said to be 3 minutes on the album so radios would play it (=
This is actually about a story of Rubin Carter who was accused of murder at a bar in 1966.
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