Slayer - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida is a song recorded by Iron Butterfly and written by bandmember Doug . The Thrash metal band Slayer recorded a short and fast version of this song for the movie soundtrack of Less Than Zero. The composer and.watch when and for
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The lyrics are simple, and heard only at the beginning and the end. In , it was named the 24th-greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1. According to drummer Ron Bushy , organist-vocalist Doug Ingle wrote the song one evening while drinking an entire gallon of Red Mountain wine. When the inebriated Ingle then played the song for Bushy, who wrote down the lyrics for him, he was slurring his words so badly that what was supposed to be "in the Garden of Eden" was interpreted by Bushy as "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida". Even though nearly all of Iron Butterfly's songs were quite structured, the idea of turning the minute-and-a-half-long ballad into an extended jam emerged very early; Jeff Beck claims that when he saw Iron Butterfly perform at the Galaxy Club in April , half a year before the band recorded their first album, their entire second set consisted of a minute-long version of "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida". The minute original version was edited down to This version contains the intro, two complete verses, the repeat of the main theme very near the end, a short break, and the closing segment.
I bought both albums on cassette to play on my Walkman. Those were the days…. Can a fan of Radiohead or Joni Mitchell really enjoy the bludgeon riffola of Slayer? Slayer is tribal. There is beauty in its brutality. But every now and then, perhaps when I have been listening to one too many Elbow and Jake Bugg albums, I just want to violently break those records over my knee NB.
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