title track

noun

: the song on an album that has the same title as the album

Examples of title track in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The recording of the title track is reduced to a montage interspersed with sequences from her grandmother’s burial. David Fear, Rolling Stone, 14 May 2024 Late Pink Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright appears on the title track via excerpts recorded during a 2007 jam in a barn on Gilmour’s property. Spin Staff, SPIN, 13 May 2024 These include a tweak in the intro as Swift is seen in an additional clip singing the title track of TTPD, while naming all of her albums. Escher Walcott, Peoplemag, 11 May 2024 The title track of one of his most popular albums, a soulful homage to Ben E. King and the Drifters, includes some surprising high notes that Joel is still able to land. 45. Melissa Ruggieri, USA TODAY, 9 May 2024 The title track with Richard Bona and the Cavemen is very jazz. Emanuel Okusanya, Variety, 7 May 2024 The group then scored a second hit with the album’s terrific title track. Jim Harrington, The Mercury News, 6 May 2024 The title track was a tribute to her music producer husband. Stephen Humphries, The Christian Science Monitor, 26 Apr. 2024 The set was preceded by the highest-charting single of his non-Creed career, the hard-charging Higher Power title track, which has climbed to No. 10 on Mainstream Rock Airplay and earned 1.4 million streams to date, according to Luminate. Mitchell Peters, Billboard, 3 Sep. 2019

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“Title track.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/title%20track. Accessed 22 May. 2024.

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