7. End Hits (1998): End Hits was released amidst rumors that it was to be the band's final album, which would have been tragic, as it's easily Fugazi's least successful full-length. While the continued experimentation that began on the excellent Red Medicine is notable, the addition of synthesizers and studio effects seems conspicuous and overly ambitious, while the louder songs feel more obligatory than transcendent. This is not to say the album is not without its merits. Churning album closer "F/D" is a highlight complete with fake-out ending (and actual source of the album's title), while the groovy "Closed Captioned" showcases the band's singular approach to rhythmic layering. A slow-burner, End Hits earns the distinction of being the first Fugazi album you can smoke pot to, for better or worse. Headphones mandatory.