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Maseru Lesotho. The amount of cut content differs however, ranging from a few seconds to effectively half of a song being cut. In the intro, any kind of musical buildup is removed, or, if there is no such build-up, an extensive intro is often halved. In the outro, occasionally, the song will simply fade out earlier, common on tracks with long instrumental endings, or, if it doesn't fade out, a part before the ending will be cut out or in some cases, a fade out was added in the radio edit.
It is also frequent Legzira (Radio Edit) a chorus is repeated less often towards Legzira (Radio Edit) end. However, if necessary, many radio edits will also edit out verses, choruses, bridges, or interludes in between.
An example is the radio edit of Heroes ' by David Bowiewhich fades in shortly before the beginning of the third verse and fades out shortly before Legzira (Radio Edit) vocal vamping at the end of the song. Another example is B. B 's song, " Nothin' On You " featuring Bruno Marswhose radio edit skips the first five seconds and starts with the sixth second in which Bruno Mars starts singing the first chorus.
The second half of the first chorus is sometimes skipped, along with the last 24 seconds which is the normal fadeout part in which B. B and Bruno Mars", and the radio edit ends with the fourth and last chorus with an earlier fade-out. Also, the third chorus of the song is shortened. Another example for this case is Justin Timberlake 's " Mirrors ", where the radio edit cuts the entire "You are the love of my life" part.
Some songs will be remixed heavily and feature different arrangements than the original longer versions, occasionally even being completely different recordings. A popular example of this is " Revolution " by The Beatles which is a completely different recording from the version which appears on The White Album.
Another example is Miley Cyrus 's " Adore You ", whose original album version is a slow, quiet version clocking in at 4 minutes 37 seconds; the radio edit is a completely different version which is a remix done by Cedric Gervais running at 3 minutes 36 seconds.
Likewise, an attempt at a radio edit for Arlo Guthrie 's minute epic " Alice's Restaurant " scrapped the entire monologue that served as the main base of the song's popularity and instead was a 4-minute, three-verse rock and roll song. This also became more prevalent with the rise of the 12" record, as artists like New Order started making songs specifically for the format. Many of the 7" mixes aimed for pop radio airplay of their songs feature very different arrangements, such as " Bizarre Love Triangle ", or even a completely different recording, such as " Temptation ".
Some long songs do not have a radio edit, despite being as long as 5, 6, 7, or 8 minutes in length, presumably due to listener demand from radio stations. The idea of extended songs receiving airplay on commercial radio was extremely rare until the birth of progressive radio in the mids; most rock music formats descend from progressive radio, and as such, rock songs tend to be played at their longer original length than songs of other formats.
On rare occasions, a radio edit might be longer than the original album version. This may occur when the song is edited for form, such as in the cases of " Creep " by Radiohead" Legzira (Radio Edit) On " by Tinasheand " Miserable " by Lit. Some radio edits lengthen some parts of the song while shortening others.
For example, the radio edit of " Thinking Out Loud " by Ed Sheeran has a 6-second introduction before the first verse but later in the song cuts from the end of the second verse to the beginning of the last chorus, omitting the second chorus and the guitar solo.
Another example is the radio edit of Maroon 5 's " Beautiful Mistakes " in which the second verse is cut while the third verse, sung by Megan Thee Stallionis split into two verses with the chorus added in between.
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