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Songs With Sequels

Iron Maiden:"Charlotte the Harlot", "22 Acacia Avenue"
Charlie Daniels:"The Devil Went Down to Georgia", "The Devil Comes Back to Georgia"
Mettallica: "Unforgiven", "Unforgiven II"
Bobby "Boris Pickett: "Monster Mash" (1962) "Monster Rap" (1985)

Anyone have any more?


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Reply #2
Harry Chapin: "Taxi" (1972), "Sequel" (1980)

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Nas: N.Y. State of Mind (1994), N.Y. State of Mind Pt II (1999)

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Reply #4
You forgot something, Metallica - Unforgiven III.

Papoose - Law Library Part 1 to 6 (more coming)...

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Reply #5
Pearl Jam

from wiki:
"Alive" and "Once" formed part of a song cycle Vedder called the Mamasan trilogy (the third song, "Footsteps", appeared as a B-side on the "Jeremy" single). Vedder explained that the lyrics told the story of a young man whose father dies ("Alive"), causing him to go on a killing spree ("Once") which leads to his capture and execution ("Footsteps"). It was later revealed that Vedder's lyrics were inspired by his long-held hurt in discovering at age 17 that the man he thought was his father was not, and that his real father had already died.

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Reply #6
Dream Theater - "Metropolis Part 1: The Miracle And The Sleeper" on Images and Words album, and then Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory (can be treated as one song )

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Reply #7
Not sure if these/this song(s) really falls into this category, but:

Eanie Meany (#5), Eanie Meany 2 (#11) -- from Jim Noir, album Tower Of Love.

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Reply #8
How could this not be posted yet??

Pink Floyd -- Another Brick in the Wall Pt 1,2,3

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Reply #9
Iron Maiden - The Prisoner and The Village
Iron Maiden - From Here to Eternity - continues the saga of Charlotte the Harlot

Pink Floyd -
The Hero's Return from the Final Cut had a Pt2 that was a B-Side of the 12" Not Now John.
In the Flesh? had 2 versions on The Wall

Also Several Of Roger Water's songs have many parts,

For the First Time today, Parts 1 & 2 (Pro's and Cons)
What God Wants, Parts 1,2 & 3 (Amused to Death)
Perfect Sense, Parts 1 & 2 (Amused to Death)
Late Home Tonight, Parts 1 & 2 (Amused to Death)



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Reply #10
Wasn't REMs 'The Lifting' from Reveal, a sequel to an earlier song?

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Reply #11
Forgot...

Megadeth - Hanger 18, Return to Hanger 18

 
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