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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.
This is the dance remix version of "Forever Young" by the German rock band, Alphaville. Originally from the album 'Forever Young', the original album version of the song is 3:44.
My early radio station, Rock Channel, played a full 10 minutes version of the song and I like that version because in this version not feature fade out ending. This is the longest pop ballad/slow rock songs ever in the world! Also, the longest coda ever after "Layla" by Derek and the Dominos and "Hey Jude" by The Beatles.
This is the extended version of "Don't Dream It's Over" by the Australian pop rock band, Crowded House. Originally from the eponymous album, the original album version of the song are 3:54 and 4:04.
One of several longest songs in slow rock. It was written for their eponymous debut album in 1990. In Indonesia, the song was popular on the rock radio stations. In Cambodia, Preap Sovath has covered the song in the same name but in Khmer in July 8th 2015. In November 2015, the song topped at number one on Last.fm's "Tracks by Steelheart" with more than 40,000 listeners.
"Nothing Else Matters," Metallica
One of several popular slow rock songs that peaked at #34 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Celebrated Walkin' Blues," Taj Mahal
From his self-titled 1968 album
Todd W. Zimmerman
"Untitled (a.k.a. Track 13)," Queen
This was a hidden track from the posthumously released album Made in Heaven. It is officially Queen's longest song, taking up an entire side of the recent vinyl rerelease (until then, it had only appeared on the original CD). It is quite unlike any other Queen song; it is an ambient track, with each minute of the song representing a chapter from Queen's history between 1973 and 1995.
The album version of this song, with parts 1 and 2, is 6 minutes and 52 seconds long. The single version is only 2 minutes and 55 seconds long. On some pressings of the 7" version, Part 1 appears on one side and Part 2 appears on the other side. The album version of the song also appeared in a 7" version, b/w "The Love I Saw In You Was Just A Mirage." The cover of "Love Machine" performed by Wham! is 3 minutes and 22 seconds long.
Jennifer Hate Hewitt
Luckily, it's also a funny song.
This was probably the longest Anita Baker song ever recorded. The outro is long and repetitive, and, I might add, boring. The single edit is only 4 minutes and 16 seconds long.
This was probably the longest ARS song ever recorded. The outro is long and boring, and I might add, depressing, as they play the same chords over and over and over again.
"Slow Ride," Foghat
Length:8:14 (LP version)
The album version of this song is 8 minutes and 14 seconds long. The album version gradually gets faster in tempo and towards the end, the song plays really fast! The single version, which is only 3 minutes and 56 seconds long, and fades off while the band sings "Slow ride, easy, slow ride, sleazy."
The title track from Walsh's album of the same title.
"Invitation to a River," Chase
The final track of the jazz-rock band's self-titled debut.
Todd W. Zimmerman
"The Gates of Delirium," Yes
From their album "Relayer"
The opening track of his masterpiece album of the same name.
From the album "Use Your Illusion II"
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