Entries Beginning with M
Short song from 'Let It Be'
track 4 off their album Cardinology
Lenght::41 (Live); 1:16 (Studio)
"Majestic" is the very first song that appears on "Captured" before it segues into "Where Were You." The studio version of "Majestic" which appears on "Evolution" is slightly longer than the live version which appears on "Captured." The only "lyrics" that are heard in this song are "Ahh, ahh," which is sung three times. Unlike the live version, the studio version opens with a few guitar notes, which is why the live version is shorter.
"Making Mirrors," Gotye
The lead and title track of his third album.
Really short, really weird, but actually not the shortest song on the Lateralus album.
From the Something New LP, this was also the flip side of Slow Down, the least successful of the Beatles' many singles from 1964.
He's a dirty old man
This song begins the Friends album.
Fantastic song which has very few unrepeated parts, one of the earlier Split Enz songs... From the album Mental Notes.
i lurve the enz
MINIMUM WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGE! HEE-YAH! *whipcrack*
Drew T Jensen
"Miracle Cure," The Who
It is on the album "Tommy", and I believe it's The Who's shortest song..."Extra extra read all about it! The pinball wizard in a miracle cure. Extra extra read all about it! EXTRA!"
"Miracle Cure," The Who
By far, the shortest song recorded by any well-known rock band.
Bassist John Deacon's first composition.
A sad song Charlie Rich was singing. He woke up this morning, then realized what he had done.
"Mother's Day Came a Little Early This Year," An Albatross
"Motorcycle Mama," Sailcat
Sailcat was a one-hit wonder, and they obviously only had two minutes of ideas.
"Mr. Freeze," Slayer
Emmylou's version is 4 seconds shorter than the original song by The Chordettes.
track 10 off their album Love Is Hell
track 3 off their album The Angels Of Light Sing 'Other People'
"My Girlfriend's Shower Sucks," Goldfinger
Somewhat humorous short track.
track 10 off their album Jacksonville City Nights
Shortest Moodies song that I know of not including Graeme's poems... I'm pretty sure this was Ray's last song before he left. :<
So short and still able to pull off angst decently.
The final track on "Use Your Illusion 2". Regarded as G 'n' R's worst song ever.
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