I am looking to take a music album on my computer, merge all the songs so that they play one after the other (preferably in the original order).

I would then possibly be able to modify the gap-length inbetween the songs while retaining a decent output quality.

Is there anything like this for Ubuntu/Linux that uses a graphical interface?

I have been recommended Audacity, and I have tried it for what I want, but it is rather tedious to take care of multiple albums.

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    if you want to play in-order, why don't just make a playlist and sort it whatever you want?
    – phuclv
    Jun 20, 2018 at 1:31

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MP3Wrap looks like it could do the merging of multiple MP3 files into one large MP3. I don't think it can 'tail' off the beginning and end of each individual track, so you might also have to use some bulk MP3 editor to do that. Audacity has a feature called 'chain' that looks like it might work

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