Escape From Hellview
by CKY

Album: Infiltrate Destroy Rebuild (2002)
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  • This is the sequel to CKY's song "96 Quite Bitter Beings," which is about 2 guys who get lost in a town with 96 angry people. Lead singer Deron Miller carried the Hellview story on and wrote this about being chased into the woods and trying to make it out of Hellview alive. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mike D - DeSoto, MO

Comments: 3

  • Buddy from Sb, NjJust one question to everybody here: Does anyone want to take a vacation down to Hellview with me this summer? It's not this Hellview, a different one. Although, the population IS 96......
  • Cvas from Ridgefield, CtKinda a creepy song, but has some very deep lyrics in it. Really makes your blood run cold at times.
  • Billy from Otway, OhThis was in Resident Evil Apocalypse
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