Yeah that would have been a bit work for you, the ones that we all enjoyed playing most were Beatles “hard days night” and Huey Lewis “hip to be square”
Yeah, we made it fun though. The rest of the night was spent playing 90’s heavy rock with the odd original thrown in. We did a nice beefed up version of Ice Ice Baby that I always enjoyed.
It could be decedents, I’ve never read any offical lyrics or it could just be the way he pronounces it when singing.
But either way the meaning is clear and probably more so today. With people being for more self indulgent now then they have ever been. I blame the modern day decedents like the kardashians who push their decendence onto society.
The world is at a precipice, in fact we have been running towards this cliff for sometime and my fear is that we are about to run straight off the edge and take selfie and post it on Snapchat while doing it. Yesterday’s events are what I’m talking about.
Isn’t it strange how two of the best voices in music are 2 metal singers. Corey Taylor and David Draiman. Most people who don’t understand metal think they sing like that because they think they don’t have the talent to sing melodically. I enjoy playing people the meanest Slipknot song I can find, then playing a song Corey sings acustic, and it blows their minds every time.
It is a magnificent cover version of a great song.As many people have said on the internet the origional was sang as a hope and prayer people would change their attitudes and ideas and David Draiman sings it in anger because the warning was not heeded and things are worse now.
Very powerful and unforgetable
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