Burn Factory

Album: Hellbilly Deluxe 2 (2010)
  • Zombie told MSN Music: "I don't remember much about that song. I remember we had the bass line kicking around for a while and John (5, guitar) had some idea, he was basing it around something and was real keen on it but I don't remember what anymore. I was just real big on trying to fit the 'Papa-oo-mow-mow' chorus into something, because I thought it would be absurd."

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