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Greatest last track on an album

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What 1 song is the best "last track" from any album. This doesn't mean the track that ranked highest on a billboard chart, sold the most, etc. Just the best song to wrap up an album.

my vote (and example);

"Eclipse" by Pink Floyd

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Song - Band - Album

Damage, Inc. - Metallica - Master of Puppets

The Outlaw Torn - Metallica - Load

Inside Job - Pearl Jam - self titled

Black Gives Way To Blue - Alice In Chains - same song title

Would? - Alice In Chains - Dirt

Echoes - Pink Floyd - Meddle

Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson - Bad (some cds list Leave Me Alone as the last song but that was a bonus track added later on)

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Sad Eyed Lady Of The Low Lands - Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde

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Recently? I couldn't get enough of Outsiders, on Franz Ferdinand's 2nd album.

A few Tom Waits closers that always give me chills/closure:

- Anywhere I Lay My Head - off of Raindogs

- Fawn - instrumental that closes Alice...one of the most beautiful instrumentals I've ever heard

- The Day After Tomorrow - from Real Gone (this is ignoring the useless hidden track after it)

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Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Iron Maiden on the Powerslave album, s**** EPIC!!!!

Also, Under the Sun off of Black Sabbath's Volume 4 is pretty bad ass!

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Following up on this

"Seasons In The Abyss" by Slayer off the album of the same name

,"The End" by The Beatles off Abbey Road, which was the last song ever recorded collectively by all four Beatles

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Following up on this

,"The End" by The Beatles off Abbey Road, which was the last song ever recorded collectively by all four Beatles

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I thought Her Majesty was the last track off Abbey Road? Granted it was originally just a hidden track after a bit of silence but every rerelease has treated it as it's own track.

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As "Her Majesty" was only 23 seconds long I never really considered it a song...but I guess technically you're right, even though it is barely a snippet, it still counts as a track on the remaster.

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Going to add another here.

Train In Vain (Stand By Me) by The Clash off of London Calling, which, while not even being listed on the album sleeve or the label on the record, got the most radio play of any song on that album.

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"Rocket Queen" from GnR's Appetite for Destruction.

"Something in the Way" from Nirvana's Nevermind. The official last track on this cd. There is a hidden track after it on some pressings.

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Going to add another here.

Train In Vain (Stand By Me) by The Clash off of London Calling, which, while not even being listed on the album sleeve or the label on the record, got the most radio play of any song on that album.

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How about "Seven Seas of Rhye" off of Queen II? Or one of my personal favorites, "Wind Up" from Jethro Tull's Aqualung?

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Love Reign O'er Me from Quadrophenia

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