This comedy/novelty tune is among the first rap-metal songs. It was originally going to be recorded with the Beastie Boys but the proposed collaboration didn't work out. Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante
told us: "What happened was we had this track and we were good friends with people at Def Jam. Someone got word to them, the Beastie Boys, about possibly doing this collaboration. And then they were into it. I remember I was with Metallica when they played the Felt Forum, like in 1986, and Mike D and Ad Rock were there. I remember him asking, 'So what's up with this track?' And I said, 'Well, the track is done. It's just kind of a scheduling thing.' And we just never got it together as far as that goes. Because they were fu--in'... boom! Blowing up. So that was it. The schedules never worked out, so we ended up doing it.
"We just went for it," he added. "Looking back at it, we tried to do somewhat of a Beastie Boy interpretation. And that was it. That song blew up on us and it was by accident."