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"but they wind up wounded
not even dead
HOOOOOOO! HOOOOOO! WOA-OOOOH! HUUUUUH! HEEEEEEYOOOOO! WOOO-A-OOO-AOOOOO!"
by Nick Cave
by the Super Furry Animals.
Listen now and agree
california one / youth and beauty brigade.
Pretty much the whole of youth and beauty though
I want it to last another five minutes. Debaser has a great outro as well.
Here And Now by Ride - that's a good one.
If within a song, I Am The Resurrection by the Stone Roses.
If on an album, Let's Not Shit Ourselves (To Love and to be Loved) off of Lifted, by Bright Eyes. Perhaps.
That is the king of all bass riffs
Two minutes of song, ten minutes of feedback, daft house-music bit right at the end.
but i couldn't come up with anything.
This sort of thing should probably be left to professional musicians
the answer is: drown - smashing pumpkins (the long version on the 'singles' soundtrack with the amazing feedback at the end) oo-err
cooper temple clause - written apology.
The vamp at the end of Found A Job by Talking Heads is pretty damn tasty. Check it out of you don't know it. You'll thank me!
Hopeless by the Wrens.
For a song which ends in incredible guitar solos stacked up on one another for 2 and a half minutes but which doesn't actually fade out - Most People Are DJs by the Hold Steady.
'So Long as We Keep Our Bodies Numb We're Safe' by 'Midtown', off of ' Forget What You Know'