What's the longest single track in your music collection?
(No it doesn't count if you've joined several tracks together.)
Next question is, do you like it?
For me it's the title track of Jean-Michel Jarre's 1990 album 'Waiting for Cousteau', which on CD clocks-in at an epic 46:55.
While it's epic in length, even as a committed JMJ fan I have to profess that epic in stature, it is not.
It starts off like it's going to be some kind of amazing electronic opus, but it never develops into anything beyond a drone with overlaid improvised piano and synth effects. Any random five minutes of it sounds just like any other random five minutes of it. It's the electronic equivalent of someone playing a digeridoo non stop for over three quarters of an hour.
When I bought the CD in 1990 I made myself listen to the track from start to finish, but in the passing 23 years I have never again forced myself to endure it's torturing monotony. Cassette and vinyl lovers were spared the worst of it: they 'only' got a 22 minute edit on side 2.