I remember going on road trips with my family growing up. My parents were always playing oldies on the car stereo. They had a few of those collections that they sold on TV, like Sounds of the Sixties and stuff like that. I remember a bunch of the songs didn’t really have endings. They just sort of faded out and the new song began. Maybe the bands and producers were lazy and didn’t know how to properly end a song. But I like songs fading out. It’s like the song never really ends, you’re just walking away from it and it’s repeating endlessly somewhere until you get back around to hearing it again. I wish more songs were like that. Maybe more musicians can bring back the fade out and make it trendy again. Endings are nice and all, but sometimes you don’t want some things to end.
Critically Rated at 14/17
Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young