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05.31.14 Ranking the AFI Closers

Ranking the AFI Closers
1AFI
Sing the Sorrow


This Time Imperfect. While it's true that ...but home is nowhere serves as the closer in the tracklist, the way the album flows finds This Time Imperfect as the perfect conclusion.
2AFI
Black Sails in the Sunset


God Called in Sick Today. The best ballad they've written. Midnight Sun is really good too.
3AFI
Burials


The Face Beneath the Waves. Showing the most Blaqk Audio influence to date.
4 AFI
All Hallow's


Totalimmortal. While I find Totalimmortal to be a better song than The Face, this songs just happens to be at the end of the record, while The Face was obviously written as a closing song.
5AFI
The Art of Drowning


Morningstar. Honestly? I've never liked this song that much, as it sounds like they tried to recreate God Called in Sick Today.
6AFI
Decemberunderground


Endlessly, She Said. The emotion in this is far reaching.
7AFI
Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes


Triple Zero. The best hardcore punk song they wrote.
8AFI
Crash Love


It Was Mine. Feels like a hybrid between Endlessly, She Said and Silver and Cold.
9AFI
Answer That and Stay Fashionable


High School Football Hero. I guarantee you will love the bass in this funny song.
10AFI
Very Proud of Ya


Modern Epic. For a track with 'epic' in its name, it's unimpressive, specially the chorus.
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