Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Krovvy)

Album: The Sinister Urge (2001)

Songfacts®:

  • This song's lyrics came from Anthony Burgess' classic book A Clockwork Orange, which was also made into a popular movie. "Durango Number 95" is the car they drive to a weird shack with a sign saying "HOME" on it; "Horrorshow" is the book's teenage slang (known as Nadsat) for "good." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Andrew - Springfield, IL
  • "Krovvy" is Nadsat for "Blood." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Viktoria - Antwerp, Belgium
  • This song was WWE wrestler Edge's theme for quite some time. It was also featured on WWE Smackdown Here Comes The Pain for the PS2. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    joseph wright - baltimore, MD

Comments: 4

  • Mike from Burkittsville, MdYeah. Edge used this song. Sheri Moon Zombie is cute.
  • Bobbilyn from Jacksonville, FlThis is my fav song off the sinister urge. He rocks in concert!!
  • Tommy from Marietta, GaThat song helped my girlfriend win most of her softball games by playing the song in her head for the entire game.
  • Eric from Milltown, Inrob directed the video for this and its alot like the movie clockwork orange. thankfully his wife sheri moon zombie is in it
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