There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster
The Smiths
The Queen Is Dead
4:04 June 16, 1986
BPM
150
Key
D Minor
Camelot
7A

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There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster - The Smiths Information

Acousticness
3%
Danceability
30%
Energy
90%
Instrumentalness
64%
Liveness
11%
Loudness
96%
Speechiness
6%
Valence
49%
Popularity
Loudness
-2.352 dB

Summary

The Smiths made "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster" available on June 16, 1986. With this song being around four minutes long, at 4:04, the duration of this song is pretty average compared to other songs. This track is safe for children and doesn't appear to contain any foul language, since the "Explicit" tag was not present in this track. There are a total of 10 in the song's album "The Queen Is Dead". In this album, this song's track order is #9. Furthermore, we believe that the track originated from United Kingdom. Based on our statistics, There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster's popularity is pretty popular right now. Based on the vibe, this track doesn't seem to be that danceable, however its valence properties can make this some somewhat danceable.

There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster BPM

With There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster by The Smiths having a BPM of 150 with a half-time of 75 BPM and a double-time of 300 BPM, we would consider this track to have a Allegro (fast, quick, and bright) tempo marking. Because of this, we believe that the song has an overall fast tempo. Looking at the BPM of this song, this song might go great with jogging or cycling. The time signature for this track is 4/4.

There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster Key

This song has a musical key of D Minor. Which also means that the camelot key for this song is 7A. So, the perfect camelot match for 7A would be either 7A or 6B. While, a low energy boost can consist of either 7B or 8A. For moderate energy boost, you would use 4A and a high energy boost can either be 9A or 2A. However, if you are looking for a low energy drop, finding a song with a camelot key of 6A would be a great choice. Where 10A would give you a moderate drop, and 5A or 12A would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 10B allows you to change the mood.

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ISRC
GBCRL1100054
Label
L-M Records/RCA Records

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