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  • CCSandman

    http://www.theprimalscream.com/press/nme-17july02.html PS.This song is awesome.

    22. Apr. 2011 Antworten
  • CCSandman

    "I ain't a bottler, but I'm a songwriter, right? I ain't scared of anything, I've got nothing to hide, I'll stand up for what I believe in. Whether it be Satpal Ram, or the Liverpool dockers, or the Palestinians, I'll fuckin' say what I believe. Bet I'm a fuckin' songwriter and I can change any line that I want. And if anybody's got a problem with that they can come and ask me to my face." "The song was not all about dropping bombs on the Pentagon. That was one line in the song. If you listen to the rest of the lyrics you can work out what the song's about We only ever played it in that incarnation about four times live. It was never, ever recorded. It was tried out live, as were other songs. I'm really, really bored with it by now. That's the thing. I'm bored with the issue. It's like, big fuckin' deal."

    22. Apr. 2011 Antworten
  • CCSandman

    *Some people, including voices at NME, have suggested changing the title constitutes bottling it.* "Well, have those people ever put themselves on the firing line for anything? They've never done it as far as I can see. I've done it loads of times, I've put my name to loads of issues, I've stood up, let my face be seen." Cont.

    22. Apr. 2011 Antworten
  • CCSandman

    Agreed. *Why did you change the title from 'Bomb The Pentagon'?* "Because I didn't think it was that good a line. It was too sensational, it had shock value and I think that doesn't always make for great rock'n'roll. I wanted it to be more ominous. It was too obvious, it would have meant the song would have been tied to a specific time and place, and that's not good. And it's too much a dumb slogan. So that's why I changed it. I just thought, 'You know what? It's not that great.' Cont.

    22. Apr. 2011 Antworten
  • PartySanCTG

    inphanta: No, Sony didn't make them. They did of their own volition.

    27. Dez. 2009 Antworten
  • Nihilistic23

    "sweet sixteen, dehumanized, deathhead factory suicide"

    12. Jul. 2009 Antworten
  • inphanta

    This was going to be called 'Bomb the Pentagon' (in reference to 9/11), but Sony made them change the lyrics. How punk.

    11. Dez. 2008 Antworten
  • Gruffaluf_

    this song kicks all kinds of ass

    26. Mai. 2008 Antworten
  • Buttsnake

    Song is kinda annoying actually.

    15. Mai. 2008 Antworten
  • LinzCrg

    I've never heard this...good shit!

    4. Mai. 2008 Antworten
  • WestOfTheFields

    Sonic terrorism. Hell yes.

    26. Jun. 2007 Antworten

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