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Thread started 05/01/15 4:02pm

Cinny

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Favorite last song on albums?

If all you do is stream random singles, you probably can't answer this smile cool

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Reply #1 posted 05/01/15 4:24pm

purplepolitici
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Adore love. Oh and Debra by Beck tease.
If you can understand my color
Put your hand in your crotch
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Reply #2 posted 05/01/15 5:24pm

MickyDolenz

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B.B. King ~ Thank You For Loving The Blues

The Jacksons ~ That's What You Get

Wynonna Judd ~ That Was Yesterday

Minnie Riperton ~ Our Lives

Minnie Riperton feat. Jose Feliciano ~ Light My Fire

Donald Fagen ~ Walk Between Raindrops

Gap Band ~ Talkin' Back

Gap Band ~ Someday

Johnnie Taylor ~ This Masquerade

Johnnie Taylor ~ Pick Up The Pieces

Johnnie Taylor ~ This Bitter Earth

Johnnie Taylor ~ Forgive And Forget

Whodini ~ We Are Whodini

Wham! ~ Last Christmas {Pudding Mix}

Michael Jackson ~ The Lady In My Life

Michael Jackson ~ Burn This Disco Out

Basia ~ The Prayer Of A Happy Housewife

Basia ~ Take Him Back Rachel

En Vogue ~ Waiting On You

Duran Duran ~ Last Man Standing

Stevie Wonder ~ Please Don't Go

Stevie Wonder ~ Evil

Beatles ~ A Day In The Life

Beatles ~ Good Night

The Time ~ I Don't Wanna Leave You

The Time ~ My Summertine Thang

Morris Day ~ Who's That Girl

Brand New Heavies ~ Daybreak

Bell Biv DeVoe ~ Poison {London Style}

Swing Out Sister ~ Love Won't Let You Down (More Love)

Syreeta ~ Universal Sound Of The World

Gloria Estefan ~ Tradición

Martika & Celia Cruz ~ Mi Tierra

George Benson ~ Lady

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Reply #3 posted 05/01/15 5:24pm

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Damn, that's a tough one--gotta think on it.

"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." --Plato
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Reply #4 posted 05/01/15 5:27pm

MusicAddict95

"Outside" by Mariah Carey from the Butterfly album. biggrin

It's a song she wrote about her struggle growing up bi-racial. I recommend anyone to just listen to it. I've teared up listening to it. It's very powerful. sad

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Reply #5 posted 05/01/15 5:49pm

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MusicAddict95 said:

"Outside" by Mariah Carey from the Butterfly album. biggrin

It's a song she wrote about her struggle growing up bi-racial. I recommend anyone to just listen to it. I've teared up listening to it. It's very powerful. sad

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It is a very good track. Funny that it randomly came on my ipod. Chilling. She usually does well with last songs too!

Twister

Fly Like A Bird

Love Takes Time

The Wind

Being some of her best work and have personal touch. People look over her non-single tracks sometime.

That being said...

Positivity - Prince

Lady in My Life - MJ

Act of Contrition - Madonna

Funny How Time Flies When You're Having Fun - Janet

Celebration - Kanye West

Contact - Daft Punk

Maryann - New Edition

The Bird - The Time

Back 2 The Lotus - Prince

It's your World - Common

If You Want It To Be Good Get Yourself A Bad Boy - Backstreet Boys

Download all the shit hop that you can for your kids, neices, nephews, and their friends also. That will prevent them from going out and buying it and will prevent some shit hop sales. Every little bit helps - Andy
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Reply #6 posted 05/01/15 6:02pm

UncleJam

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Tough, but these two come to mind...

Bob Marley - Redemption Song

Prince - International Lover

Make it so, Number One...
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Reply #7 posted 05/01/15 9:04pm

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MickyDolenz said:

B.B. King ~ Thank You For Loving The Blues

The Jacksons ~ That's What You Get

Wynonna Judd ~ That Was Yesterday

Minnie Riperton ~ Our Lives

Minnie Riperton feat. Jose Feliciano ~ Light My Fire

Donald Fagen ~ Walk Between Raindrops

Gap Band ~ Talkin' Back

Gap Band ~ Someday

Johnnie Taylor ~ This Masquerade

Johnnie Taylor ~ Pick Up The Pieces

Johnnie Taylor ~ This Bitter Earth

Johnnie Taylor ~ Forgive And Forget

Whodini ~ We Are Whodini

Wham! ~ Last Christmas {Pudding Mix}

Michael Jackson ~ The Lady In My Life

Michael Jackson ~ Burn This Disco Out

Basia ~ The Prayer Of A Happy Housewife

Basia ~ Take Him Back Rachel

En Vogue ~ Waiting On You

Duran Duran ~ Last Man Standing

Stevie Wonder ~ Please Don't Go

Stevie Wonder ~ Evil

Beatles ~ A Day In The Life

Beatles ~ Good Night

The Time ~ I Don't Wanna Leave You

The Time ~ My Summertine Thang

Morris Day ~ Who's That Girl

Brand New Heavies ~ Daybreak

Bell Biv DeVoe ~ Poison wink {London Style}

Swing Out Sister ~ Love Won't Let You Down (More Love)

Syreeta ~ Universal Sound Of The World

Gloria Estefan ~ Tradición

Martika & Celia Cruz ~ Mi Tierra

George Benson ~ Lady

Mickey's always prepared... wink

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Reply #8 posted 05/01/15 9:30pm

728huey

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Well the most obvious ones come from Prince. prince

Purple Rain (Purple Rain)
Adore (Sign O' The Times)

Sometimes It Snows In April (Parade)

Some others:

A Day In The Life - The Beatles (Sgt. Pepper's)
Fight The Power - Public Enemy (Fear of a Black Planet)
Love Takes Time - Mariah Carey (Mariah Carey)
Outside - Mariah Carey (Butterfly)
Fly Like A Bird - Mariah Carey (The Emanicpation of Mimi)
The Lady In My Life - Michael Jackson (Thriller)
Keep Me In Your Heart For Awhile - Warren Zevon (this was the last song on his final album The Wind as he was battling cancer; it was his goodbye to all his fans and family. cry bawl )
I Believe I Can Fly - R Kelly (R.)
Brothers In Arms - Dire Straits (Brothers In Arms)
Take Me Home - Phil Collins (No Jacket Required)

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Reply #9 posted 05/02/15 12:19am

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Chic - What About Me
EWF - The Changing Times
Heatwave - Mind What You Find
Human League - Don't You Want Me
The Jacksons - Wondering Who
Michael Jackson - Burn This Disco Out
MJ - The Lady In My Life
MJ - Smooth Criminal/Leave Me Alone
Lionel Richie - Night Train (Smooth Alligator)
Rufus - Masterjam
Sister Sledge - Let's Go On Vacation
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Reply #10 posted 05/02/15 2:20am

Hudson

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Geri Halliwell - I Was Made That Way

Madonna - Gone/Secret Garden

Celine Dion - The Colour Of My Love

TLC - Somethin Wicked This Way Comes

Brandy - Another Day in Paradise (UK release of Full Moon)

All Saints - War of Nerves

I don't want to get eaten alive
'cause you're so dangerous
No more hearts I can trust, you see
I don't want to get eaten alive
To be eaten alive
Eaten alive
I don't ever want to be
Eaten alive
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Reply #11 posted 05/02/15 7:13am

NorthC

Moonlight Mile on The Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers
Desolation Row on Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited
Inner City Blues on Marvin Gaye's What's Going on
This Womans Work on Kate Bush' The Sensual World
Today on Graham Central Stations Release Yourself
Mind Power on James Browns The Payback
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Reply #12 posted 05/02/15 12:45pm

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Famous Last Words - Tears for Fears' The Seeds of Love album
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Reply #13 posted 05/02/15 1:31pm

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NorthC said:

Moonlight Mile on The Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers
Desolation Row on Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited
Inner City Blues on Marvin Gaye's What's Going on
This Womans Work on Kate Bush' The Sensual World
Today on Graham Central Stations Release Yourself
Mind Power on James Browns The Payback



Moonlight Mile. Fuck yeah.
"Drop that stereo before I blow your Goddamn nuts off, asshole!"
-Eugene Tackleberry
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Reply #14 posted 05/02/15 5:08pm

ScarletScandal

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I'm surprised no one said Temptation, from the ATWIAD album...



...and New Power Generation pt. II razz
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Reply #15 posted 05/02/15 5:38pm

KingSausage

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Rock n Roll Suicide
"Drop that stereo before I blow your Goddamn nuts off, asshole!"
-Eugene Tackleberry
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Reply #16 posted 05/02/15 5:54pm

lowkey

funny how time flies, someday is tonight, anytime,anyplace-janet

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Reply #17 posted 05/02/15 7:09pm

728huey

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lowkey said:

funny how time flies, someday is tonight, anytime,anyplace-janet


Technically, "Someday Is Tonight" and "Any Time, Any Place" aren't closing tracks on their respective albums. "In Complete Darkness/Living In A World (Reprise)" was the closing track on Rhythm Nation 1814, and janet. had a hidden track calld "Whoops".

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Reply #18 posted 05/02/15 7:49pm

EddieC

The Beatles' Abbey Road - "Her Majesty."

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Seriously, it's great. But only in context.

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Best end of a first side - same album, "I Want You (She's So Heavy)."

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Reply #19 posted 05/02/15 7:51pm

EddieC

KingSausage said:

Rock n Roll Suicide

And Five Years is a fantastic opener. Maybe I'll cue Ziggy up.

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Reply #20 posted 05/02/15 8:27pm

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Gash, Gash, Gash- The Gap Band, The Gap Band III
Burn this Disco Out- Michael Jackson, Off the Wall
Lady in My Life- Michael Jackson, Thriller
Groovin' (That's What We're Doing)- The S.O.S. Band, III
Hollywood- Rick James, Come Get It!
Below the Funk (Pass the J)- Rick James, Street Songs (I think it would have been a better opener but it closes out Street Songs on a high note and still works as the last song plus I hardly see it get any mention on here)
Children of the Ghetto- Philip Bailey, Chinese Wall
Not Because of Me- Randy & The Gypsys, Randy & The Gypsys
Wondering Who- The Jacksons, Triumph
Purple Rain- Prince
Under Pressure- Queen/ David Bowie, Hot Space
He's Misstra Know-It-All- Stevie Wonder, Innervisions
Another Life- D'Angelo, Black Messiah
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Reply #21 posted 05/02/15 9:02pm

TD3

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Speak for yourself baby-cakes.... lol





El Debarge - Heart, Mind, & Soul / title of the album

The Sylvers - Yesterday / Sylvers II

Sarah Vaughan - Over The Rainbow / Sassy Swing the Tivoli (side 2)

Earth, Wind, & Fire - Be Ever Wonderful / All' n All (side 2)

Aretha Franklin - Ain't No Way/ Lady Soul (side 2)

Marvin Gay - Time To Get It Together / Here My Dear ( album 1 side 2)

Miles Davis - But Not For Me' / Bags Groove

The Emotions - Rejoice / title of the album

Barry White - I Found Love / The Message Is Love

Jame Brown - Mind Power / The Payback

Rufu - Stop On By / Rufusized

Lou Rawls - World Of Trouble / Live!

The GAP Band - Burn Rubber On Me / GAP III

Sonny Rolling - The Most Beatiful Girl In The World / Tenor Madness

Dionne Warwick - That's Not The Answer / The Sentive Side To Dionne

Gladys Knight and the Pips - Tenderness In His Way / I Feel A Song

FAME - I Sing The Body Electric / Soundtrack

Barbra Streisand - My Man / Funny Girl Soundtrack

Mavis Staples - Getting Deepper / A Piece Of The Action

Muddy Water - I Feel Like Goin' Home / Folk Singer

Dinah Washington - Nobody Knows How I Feel This Morining / Back To The Blues

Luther Vandross - When You Know How / Forever, For Always For Love

The Carpenters - A Song For You / self-titled

Soul II Soul - Keep On Movin' - Club Classics Vol. 1

Wes Montgomery - My One and Only Love / Bumpin

Isley Brothers - Say It Again Girl / The Heat Is On


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Reply #22 posted 05/02/15 9:05pm

Superstition

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Dangerous - MJ
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Reply #23 posted 05/02/15 9:09pm

phunkdaddy

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Fidelity - Mint Condition

We Got Us - Mint Condition

Be Ever Wonderful - EWF

You and I - EWF

Take Me Home - Phil Collins

Forever - Graham Central Station

The Lady In My Life - Michael Jackson

What's On Your Mind(Expression) - Brass Construction

Streetwave - Brothers Johnson

Stop On By - Rufus featuring Chaka Khan

Visions - Commodores

Someone - Musiq

Careless Whisper - Tamia

Love's Still Alright - Chante' Moore

Up In Here - Barkays

Sexomatic - Barkays

For You - Cameo

Laughing At You - Dazz Band

Slow Rap - Dazz Band

Diggin Deeper(Finale) - Average White Band

Black In America - Jesse Johnson

Don't laugh at my funk
This funk is a serious joint
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Reply #24 posted 05/02/15 10:33pm

Toofunkyinhere

Crowded House - Better Be Home Soon

Prince - Purple Rain, Adore, Gold, Sometimes it Snows

Oasis - Champaign Supernova

Electronic - Time Can Tell

Paul Weller - Wings Of Speed

Led Zepplin- When The Levee Breaks

Suede - Saturday Night, Still Life

Bob Dylan - Sad Eyed Lady Of The Low Lands, Dark Eyes

U2 - All I Want Is You

Robert Plant - Big Log

REM - Find The River

The War On Drugs - In Reverse

Pete Townshend - Slit Skirts

The Doors - Riders On The Storm

Echo And The Bunnymen - Ocean Rain

The Cars - All Mixed Up

Boz Scaggs - We're All Alone

Pink Floyd - Echoes

Tears For Fears - Goodnight Song

The Veils - Out From The Valley And Into The Stars

Talking Heads - Road To Nowhere

Style Council - Confessions Of A Pop Group

David Gray - Say Hello, Wave Goodbye

Waterboys - This Is The Sea

Youth Group - Forever Young

Peter Gabriel - In Your Eyes

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We're here, might as well get into it.
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Reply #25 posted 05/03/15 10:56am

SpaceInBetween

"Hurt"-Nine Inch Nails from "The downward spiral"

"All apologies"-Nirvana from "In utero"

"Dirty"-KoRn from "Issues"

"Aerials"-System of a down from "Toxicity"

"Purple Rain"-Prince from "Purple Rain"

"Tomorrow's food"-Incubus from "If not now, when?"

"Shaka"-Q Tip from "The Renaissance"

"Africa"-D'Angelo from "Voodoo"

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Reply #26 posted 05/03/15 3:03pm

Abdul

MJ - Burn This Disco Out "Off The Wall"

MJ - The Lady In My Life "Thiller"

Steve Arrington - Way Out "Hall Of Fame I"

Madonna - Everybody "Madonna"

Rick James - Fool On The Street "Bustin' Out Of L7"

Klique - Let Me Do "Let's Wear It Out"

Nas - It Ain't Hard To Tell "Illmatic"

Prince - International Lover "1999"

Cameo - I Like It "Knights Of The Sound Table"

Parliament - Night Of The Thumpasorus Peoples "Mothership Connection"

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Reply #27 posted 05/03/15 5:38pm

MickyDolenz

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Culture Club ~ Victims

Duran Duran ~ Sin Of The City

Duran Duran ~ The Seventh Stranger

Jermaine Jackson ~ Daddy's Home

Jermaine Jackson ~ Beautiful Morning

The Monkees ~ Star Collector

The Monkees ~ Randy Scouse Git

Chante Moore ~ Thou Shalt Not

The KLF ~ 3 AM Eternal (Live At The SSL Extended Mix) {from MTV Party To Go Vol. 2}

Digable Planets ~ For Corners

Janet Jackson ~ Come Give Your Love To Me

Hall & Oates ~ Everytime I Look At You

O'Jays ~ Strokety Stroke

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #28 posted 05/03/15 5:52pm

Lammastide

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This list is bound to grow as tracks come to me. Off the top of my head, though...

Prince - Purple Rain, Sometimes it Snows in April, Positivity

Gorillaz - Demon Days

A Tribe Called Quest - Scenario

Grace Jones - Slave to the Rhythm (On Island Life)

Dead Can Dance - Ullyses, Don't Fade Away

Bjork - Unison, Quicksand

B52s - Follow Your Bliss

Vanessa Daou - Back to the World

Ὅσον ζῇς φαίνου
μηδὲν ὅλως σὺ λυποῦ
πρὸς ὀλίγον ἐστὶ τὸ ζῆν
τὸ τέλος ὁ χρόνος ἀπαιτεῖ.”
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Reply #29 posted 05/03/15 7:33pm

728huey

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Some others I forgot:

Tomorrow Never Knows - The Beatles (Revolver)

Get Back - The Beatles (Let It Be)
All You Need Is Love - The Beatles (Magical Mystery Tour)
Fortress Around Your Heart - Sting (The Dream of the Blue Turtles)

Careless Whisper - Wham! (Make It Big)
Addicted - Amy Winehouse (Back To Black)

Someone Like You - Adele (21)

Hello - Lionel Richie (Can't Slow Down)

Come A Long Way - Simple Minds (Once Upon A Time)

Proud To Be Black - Run DMC (Raising Hell)

Cop Killer - Body Count (Body Count)

Young Forever - Jay-Z (The Blueprint 3)

Empire State of Mind (Part II) - Alicia Keys (The Element of Freedom)

Don't Stop Your Love - Keith Sweat (Make It Last Forever)

Sweetest Thing - Lauryn Hill (The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill)

Be Happy - May J. Blige (My Life)

Superman - R.E.M. (Life's Rich Pageant)

Fell On Black Days - Soundgarden (Superunknown)

Don't Change - INXS (Shabooh Shoobah)

Wild Horses - The Sundays (Blind - USA release only)

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