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“In Neil’s mind, I think it was always meant to be a part of either a trilogy or a series. He kind of laid out what he wanted to do, but this song, this part of it, ended up where it did.
“It’s kind of cool song for us. It’s got a really rhythmic opening and a strong guitar part, with no bass until the second verse, or the chorus.
“All that mob stuff in the opening, those sounds, that was a lot of fun. We went outside, quite a ways from the studio, down by the rode. It was a freezing cold night in January, and it was the three of us in the band and a couple of crew guys, and we recorded about 20 minutes of us mumbling and grumbling and making all kinds of mob noises. We had a bottle of Scotch with us to try to keep warm, and as you imagine, the more we drank the crazier we got!” [laughs]