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We used to do that quite a lot, put an unusual sound on, and that would influence all the other things that we put on after. Yeah, very McCartney, and I understand why. He does it for the same reason. You know the sound you get then is pretty much gonna be as it is when it gets mixed, so you might EQ the bass differently at that later stage. Eric played the lead part on his Les Paul. One playing an octave higher and one playing the actual lead solo normal speed. I played straight through the Helios module. The first modules, if you turned up the mic amp to full it would go into the most beautiful distortion — a pure, smooth sound. It was the sort of the thing we would do, just to not be the same as everybody else [laughs]… and it worked great.
Many people believe "Hotel California" is about a mental institution called the Camarillo, but the Eagles say it's about materialism and excess. It became the Pretenders first single 15 years later, leading to a relationship between Ray Davies and Chrissie Hynde. He says it proves "intention of the songwriter is degrees from potential interpretation by an audience. Ron Nevison explains in very clear terms the Quadrophenia concept and how Heart staged their resurgence after being dropped by their record company. Toggle navigation Welcome Guest. Rubber Bullets by 10cc. Like the Elvis Presley hit " Jailhouse Rock ," this song is about a party that breaks out at the county jail. Elvis' song ends with everyone having a good time, but in 10cc's song, the party is kiboshed by riot police who use rubber bullets to quell the uprising, a more likely outcome. Band member Eric Stewart recalled: "I was amazed, but pleased that the BBC never banned the track, although they limited its airplay, because they thought it was about the ongoing Northern Ireland conflicts. We all loved the chorus and realized it was a hit in itself, so we wanted to persist with it.
The single achieved sales of over 50, copies in Australia, being eligible for the award of a Gold Disc. The song features a double-speed guitar solo, created using a technique also used the same year by Mike Oldfield for his Tubular Bells album. That's a double track solo on that. It's, it's very, very high, of course, going through a Marshall stack, then I slowed the tape to half speed — seven and a half [inches per second] — and recorded it, you know, going [plays singles picked notes slowly] and when you speed it back up you've got an octave up, but there's a screaming fuzz on the top of it, that's an octave higher than it was recorded. So it's a very unusual sound done in that way, just an experiment. Because 10cc, we love to experiment, we used to love to waste time. And having the beauty of having our own studio , we didn't have a clock in there so we weren't restricted. I was amazed, but pleased that the BBC never banned the track, although they limited its airplay, because they thought it was about the ongoing Northern Ireland conflicts. Although the title could have led some people to connect it with Northern Ireland, apart from that the song contains a number of Americanisms e.