Hoopy Frood: "Hey Jude" isn't even the Beatles' most epic outro. "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" is. Torn up rather well by the Eric Gales Band, too.
puffy999: Just based on what the list contains, it's missing Weezer - Only In Dreams.
eyefarkno: Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band (with some help from some Phythons) "The Intro to the Outro" Link
jake_lex: No. 13 Baby
PabloHosehead: Yeah, I know this whole comment thread is a giant list of "fails without.."But list fails without Dire Straits' "Telegraph Road".
yelmrog: Built to spill - "I would hurt a fly"
ExperianScaresCthulhu: DanZero: ATTENTION ALL PLANETS OF THE SOLAR FEDERATIONWE HAVE ASSUMED CONTROL/runsso when are they gonna turn that album into a movie?
bdub77: No GNR? November Rain? Paradise City? Cmon man.
Oddly Enough: Starship Trooper by Yes.
Third_Uncle_Eno: FriarReb98 [TotalFark]Oddly Enough: Starship Trooper by Yes.I see your Starship Trooper and raise you Seen All Good People. I've always loved the detuning of that outro.wait, what?
Sleep Fapnea: Goodbye Stranger - Supertramp
darch: This Is The Life- Living ColourLegendary intro, legendary close out. The best song you never heard.YES!!!! THIS!!!!Time's Up is one of the best albums no one remembers. Ology into Fight the Fight... shiver. Vernon Reid's intro to FtF is so beautiful it brings tears to my eyes everytime I listen to it.
Archimedes' Principal: PabloHosehead: Yeah, I know this whole comment thread is a giant list of "fails without.."But list fails without Dire Straits' "Telegraph Road"....and Dire Straits' 'Brothers in Arms'
Dwight_Yeast: Rolling Stones - 'Can't you Hear Me Knocking?" - Mick Taylor and Keef out-do Santana's entire career in like three minutes.
beer4breakfast: Bold as Love by Hendrix.
darch: As an instrumentalist total snob, I hate the words "intro" and "outro".They imply that a song is just the singing part, and the rest is filler.Given that there's absolutely NO instrumental musicianship in newer songs, it appears the notion that only the words count caught on. And it appears that there's an onion on my belt.
ZMugg: Third_Uncle_Eno: FriarReb98 [TotalFark]Oddly Enough: Starship Trooper by Yes.I see your Starship Trooper and raise you Seen All Good People. I've always loved the detuning of that outro.wait, what?What, indeed.also confued
Skid Roe v. Wade Boggs: I know this is a little off the radar,so it probably doesn't qualify, but "Lay Low" from My Morning Jacket is pretty strong.
fzumrk: CigaretteSmokingMan: YesAlthough technically two songs, I would go with Long Distance Runaround/The Fish That had a lot of other good tracks during that era that would probably qualify too.
Bag of Hammers: Perfect Circle ~ Lovesong of a Madman
skinink: Rocket Queen [...] Also, "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions".
sparkeyjames: The outro/solo on Comfortably Numb has consistently been voted in the top 5best guitar solos for I dunno the last 3 decades and this rube does not even get itonto his list. LIST FAIL HARD.
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