Demolition Man


  • The title of this song is influenced by a line in Def Leppard's biggest hit, "Pour Some Sugar On Me." In that song, the line goes, "Demolition woman can I be your man." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Nick - Nutley, NJ
  • The guitar-solo at the end of the song is played by former Formula 1 driver Damon Hill. The band kept running into Hill at parties where they would talk about his guitar playing, so they invited him to play on the album. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Thomas - Hamburg, Germany

Comments: 2

  • Michael from San Diego, CaGreat, high energy tune!
  • Federico from Pergamino, ArgentinaHi, I'm Fede... The chorus of this song was written by Viv Campbell.
    If you take a look at the VH1 Storytellers, Joe says... "You can thank that to Vivian... he wrote the chorus... you bastard!!".
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