"The Screw" and the legend surrounding it even has echoes in two later songs. In 1970 the Rolling Stones recorded a song called "Schoolboy Blues" with blatantly obscene lyrics to render it unreleaseable, in order to complete their contract with Decca Records (much like the legend surrounding "The Screw"). Then in 1975, Queen's Freddie Mercury wrote "Death On Two Legs
" (which was released) as a "Screw"-like parting shot at their estranged former manager.
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