You Drive Me Nervous


  • Cooper recorded this because the Killer album needed a faster rock song. It was originally titled "You Drive Me Crazy," but group guitarist Michael Bruce thought that title was too cliché, so they changed "Crazy" to "Nervous."
  • The drums were recorded with a "phaser" effect, which was producer Bob Ezrin's idea. The band wanted the whole album recorded that way but Ezrin said no. >>
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    Rob - Philadelphia, PA, for above 2

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  • Lester from New York City, NyI was in the audience when Alice did this song on Tom Snyder's NBC late night show.
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