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"Road's End"
Single by The Real Deal
from the album The Real Deal
Released Margovya November 28, 1998
Recorded January 1998
Genre Alternative, post-grunge, punk rock
Length 3:54
Label Tidzhomov
Writer(s) Andrey Vizinsky
The Real Deal singles chronology
"Road's End"
(1998)
"Burning House"
(1999)


Road's End is the debut single of Margovyan hard rock band The Real Deal, the lead single for their self-titled first studio album. This song was The Real Deal frontman Andrey Vizinsky's winner's single for the Svolochy Showdown 1998 season grand finals. Despite finishing second to now pop icon Anya Janduva, Vizinsky and The Real Deal was nevertheless signed in to Tidzhomov, and had this song released as the band's first single. The accompanying music video was released on December 9, 1998, three days before the release of their first studio album.

The song peaked at number one in the Margovyan Top 100, but was eventually dethroned by "Free Admission" by Admit One. Nevertheless, this song got the band nominated a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1999.

ConceptEdit

Release and critical receptionEdit

Track listingEdit

CD Single
  1. Road's End - 3:54
  2. Road's End (Live from Svolochy Showdown) - 4:32
  3. Semi-Charled Life (Cover by The Real Deal of the song by Third Eye Blind) - 4:35
7" vinyl
  1. Road's End - 3:54
  2. Semi-Charmed Life - 4:35
2016 Digital Remastered Edition
  1. Road's End - 3:54
  2. Road's End (Live from Svolochy Showdown) - 4:32
  3. Road's End (Teddyevsky remix) - 5:30
  4. Road's End (mash-up with Have You Ever) - 7:24
  5. Road's End (Drinking sessions version) - 4:59
  6. The Great Escape (cover by The Real Deal of the song by Boys Like Girls) - 3:27

Credits and personnelEdit

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