The Sounds at the End of the World

On March 6, 2019 I asked a question of Twitter — If you knew you were going to be dying in the next few minutes, what song would you want playing? Or would you prefer silence?

The song contains every answer* in one track faded up in volume from shortest to longest until there is nothing.

I recommend wearing headphones.

SongArtistRecommender
Farewell TransmissionSongs: Ohia@onewordheadline
Change on MeRVIVR@thebenleroy
Under My WheelsAlice Cooper@voxael
Dark is the NightBlind Willie Johnson@bushdog51
Death is Not the EndNick Cave@emilyanaymark
Adrift and at PeaceNine Inch Nails@alrinthea
Mr. Blue SkyELO@mcvladie
Purple RainPrince@sean_h_doyle
The ’59 SoundGaslight Anthem@wombatdeamor
Kashmir (live)Led Zepplin@107reader
That FeelTom Waits@joshua_mohr
I Believe in YouOriginal Cast@richseld
Yakety Sax@ahilbert3000
Walk of LifeDire Straits@jedidiahayres
No Voices in the SkyMotorhead@kentgowran
SlaughteramaGwar@falln468
TimeAlan Parsons Project@graham_powell
Highway to HellAC/DC@jerrybloomfield
LateralusTool@elizabethawhite
OutroM83@joycehermit
Last Train to ClarksvilleThe Monkees@patrickbalester
EverlongFoo Fighters@dmalmon
Waiting RoomFugazi@underadar
4’33@pjsykes
mahna-mahna@aimeehixauthor
TimeHans Zimmer@neosect
Summer WindFrank Sinatra@joesview
New Dawn FadesJoy Division@schayworth
Feels Like HomeRandy Newman@davidcorbett_CA
Marvin Gaye and ChardonnayBig Sean@successfulYungM
OrionMetallica@hrubythruby
Pyramid SongRadiohead@mfrson
AvalonRoxy Music@nemski
The Broad Majestic ShannonThe Pogues@smitchelmay
Welcome to the Black ParadeMy Chemical Romance@moosebegab
Take FiveDave Brubeck@shotsblog
I Will DareReplacements@jaystringer
Through Your HandsJohn Hiatt@eclamb