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Orgy Of The Damned
  1. The Pusher (Wayne Hoyt Axton)
  2. Crossroads (Robert Leroy Johnson)
  3. Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
  4. Oh well (Peter Alan Green)
  5. Key to the Highway (Charles Segar, William Broonzy)
  6. Awful Dream (Sam (Lightnin’) Hopkins, Clarence Lewis, C. Morgan Robinson)
  7. Born Under a Bad Sign (William Bell and Booker T. Jones)
  8. Papa Was a Rolling Stone (Barrett Strong, Jesse Norman Whitfield)
  9. Killing Floor (Chester Burnett)
  10. Living for the City (Stevie Wonder)
  11. Stormy Monday (T. Bone Walker)
  12. Metal Chestnut (Slash)

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Killing Floor


Written by Chester Burnett


Published by BMG Rights Management LLC


 


Vocal – Brian Johnson


Rhythm Guitar (right) and Solos - Slash


Drums - Michael Jerome


Bass – Johnny Griparic


Rhythm Guitar (left) – Tash Neal


Keyboards - Teddy Andreadis


Harmonica – Steven Tyler


SLASH: “Killing Floor is by Howlin’ Wolf, one of the giants of American blues. He had a very sort of cool and unique style and sound, and ‘Killing Floor’ is only one of his most well-known songs. It’s been covered quite a few times, but it’s a great guitar riff and it’s a solid groove and I’ve always wanted to cover that. It’s a little bit of a different arrangement than the original, it is actually a combination of two of his songs, it’s ‘Killing Floor’ and then there’s a touch of a ‘Spoonful’ guitar riff in there as well, two of my most favorite riffs. In trying to figure out who to sing it, I wanted somebody who had a nice, gruff voice for it. And Brian Johnson from AC/DC was the first that came to mind, and he said, ‘Yeah, come on down and we’ll do it’. I went to Florida with my producer and Brian fucking ripped out a killer version of ‘Killing Floor’. Instead of doing it in his characteristic AC/DC voice, he did it an octave lower. Which is great because that’s really how the song is. If he’d sung it the other way it would have probably been better if AC/DC did it, so it worked out really great. Steven Tyler of Aerosmith came down to the studio in L.A. and I played it for him, and he wanted to be on it. So, he grabbed his harmonica and jumped into the studio and played on it. It was very spontaneous and great. He sort of has a vocal on there. He screams in between playing the harp, it’s really cool. It’s definitely capturing a moment and I walked away proud that I managed to get that.”


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