The second track of any given album tends to be a bit special. Why? Imagine for a moment that you have just completed an album. All that remains before its release is to work out your track listing. Track one will of course be the obvious track you’d have to put at the start of the album. The big single, the title track, or in some way the most immediate and ear-catching song on the list. Track two is where the real magic starts to happen though. You’ve got their attention, now what do you do with it? You line up the grower, the gem of the album. Track two is the real star; too subtle to introduce the album, yet its closing notes will mark the point at which point the listener has been hooked forever.