I love the Queens of the Stone Age love this song brings back good memories of summer sessions good times :)This was Queens of the Stone Age’s first hit song. It reached #1 on the US Modern Rock Charts.
tell me the one about the friend you knew,
and the last good night that we toasted too.
The kings played this at Oxegen 2008 the crowd went nuts what a weekend 😛
cant beat this classic nothing like a bit of Skunk Anansie to jump around the house to 😛
One of my favourite bands love this song ,Regarding the line, “We are standing on the edge,” Thom Yorke said: “The history of our times calls to mind those Walt Disney characters who rush madly over the edge of a cliff without seeing it. The power of their imaginations keeps them suspended in mid-air, but as soon as they look down and see where they are, they fall.”
I’m the devil – if ever there was such a thing
The results of much too many drugs what you’re seeing
I’m a mindfuck, completely dis-gus-ting
I’m white, a human mutt, fuck a being
I’m a dog – fuck lambs, I’m silencin ’em all…………
Why not a little bit of Metallica,Hetfield told Mojo that after penning this love ballad, he was initially concerned about playing it to the rest of the band. He explained: “At first I didn’t even want to play it for the guys. I thought that Metallica could only be the four of us. These are songs about destroying things, head banging, bleeding for the crowd, whatever it is, as long as it wasn’t about chicks and fast cars, even though that’s what we liked. The song was about a girlfriend at the time. It turned out to be a pretty big song.”
Whats so Civil about war anyway? This song is politically charged, and has an entire verse about President Kennedy’s assassination. It also deals with the Vietnam War and the battle for civil rights in the US.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfR_HWMzgycOh let the sun beat down upon my face, stars to fill my dream
I am a traveler of both time and space, to be where I have been
To sit with elders of the gentle race, this world has seldom seen
They talk of days for which they sit and wait and all will be revealed
Love it ……..
Nirvana has to be included brings back good memory’s of the good old school days 🙂
another favorite band one that I have not seen yet . According to various interviews with lead singer Billy Corgan, the lyrics of this song are an ironic attack on the ‘Indie’ credibility in Chicago’s music scene that he was feeling frustrated with – the old complaint about bands going to major labels becoming sell-outs.