Of yes Gabriel I am VERY into sequencing. Especially for mixes. People always ask me "hey burn me a mix". That sometimes takes me a day or longer. I give it a lot of thought. I think about the person I am making it for. Like their type of interests, and what they'd like. Especially when you work with multiple artists and different types of music. I know exactly what you mean with songs going together. If the end of the song has vocals till the end. Use a song that has a bit if an intro or a build to get into the next song. Some singers are really intense, so you put a more laid back vocalist. Not that the singer is any better or worse, it just gives the listener a break.
The Beatles are my favorite band of all time, and the White Album is my favorite album. I could talk for hours about it. George Martin wanted to make it a single disc album. The Beatles wanted to put on all the songs. I feel the sequencing was great, but at the same time very haphazard. They had so many songs that they HAD to make the sequencing work. I like the way the CD splits, but I love the way the vinyl is split up. Album opens with "Back in the U.S.S.R." which is a great Rock 'n' Roll song, a parody of sorts. Then the first side ends with "Happiness is a Warm Gun". Which has a great vocal outro. Then Side 2 Disc 1 Starts with "Martha My Dear" which has that great little 20 second piano intro. It works great. Julia is a great closer to Disc 1 for obvious reasons. It's slow and heartbreaking. "Birthday" is a great opener to disc 2. Then that side ends with "Long, Long, Long" which gives you a bit of a break from "Helter Skelter" which just melted your face. But a great closer. Then Side 2 opens with "Revolution 1". Which is a great slow Rock 'n' Roll number. Then of course the album ends with "Goodnight". Perfect.
I also love the White Album because it was the last album to have a single released with it that had no songs on an album. I consider the single version of Revolution to be different than the album version. So after the "Hey Jude/Revolution" single every other single had an A Side be from the album. "Come Together/Here Comes the Sun" was their one and only double A Side single. Anyway I love the Beatles, haha. And sequencing is great.
I will put my thought of Transference's sequencing in a separate post.