Helter Skelter" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1968 double album The Beatles (also known as "the White Album"). The song was a product of McCartney's attempt to create a sound as loud and dirty as possible. The Beatles' recording has been noted for its "proto-metal roar" and is considered by music historians to be a key influence in the early development of heavy metal
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While admiring the diversity of McCartney’s songwriting on the album, Mark Richardson of Pitchfork Media cites Helter Skelter as one of the roughest, rawest tunes in his Beatles oeuvre. Ian MacDonald was highly critical of the song, however, calling it ridiculous, McCartney shrieking weedily against a massively tape-echoed backdrop of out-of-tune thrashing
Helter Skelter Lyrics. When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide Where I stop and I turn and I go for a ride Till I get to the bottom and I see you again! Yeah, yeah, yeah! Do you, don't you want me to love you? I'm coming down fast, but I'm miles above you Tell me, tell me, tell me, come on, tell me the answer Well, you may be a lover, but you ain't no dancer.
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It left him with a thin, raspy voice that was simply unusable for several years. In 1996, he made his comeback with Helter Skelter, an album that illustrated how ragged his voice was. While the backing tracks to Helter Skelter are solid, if generic, gangsta rap recorded by a live band, the . simply doesn't have enough power to make the songs interesting. Sometimes, the harsh growl of his voice sounds threatening, giving the tracks a menacing power. simply sounds tired and worn.
|A||I Need You|
|B2||I Live In Style In Maida Vale|
- Recorded At – Regent Sound Studios
- Art Direction [Uncredited] – Jason Duncan
- Bass [Uncredited] – Vic Allen
- Design [Sleeve] [Uncredited], Illustration [Uncredited] – Paul Oxborrow
- Drums [Uncredited] – Gary Anderson
- Mastered By [Uncredited] – Sean M. Lennon
- Producer [Uncredited] – David Kassner
- Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar [Uncredited] – Jesse Hector
- Written-By – Hector*
Notes275 black vinyl
100 green vinyl
100 orange vinyl
25 test pressings with alternate sleeve (This one)
The original single was recorded in 1971, but not released until 1977 on Sticky Records. With the addition of the recently rediscovered original version of "I Live In Style In Maida Vale", the single has now been expanded to a "maxi single". The bonus track was recorded on the same day as "I Need You" and "Goodbye Baby". Jesse Hector later re-recorded "I Live In Style In Maida Vale" in 1974 with his group Hammersmith Gorillas.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, etched): 113368 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, etched): 113369 B
|JAW035||Helter Skelter||I Need You (7", Maxi)||Just Add Water||JAW035||US||2018|
|JAW035||Helter Skelter||I Need You (7", Maxi, Gre)||Just Add Water||JAW035||US||2018|
|JAW035||Helter Skelter||I Need You (7", Maxi, Ora)||Just Add Water||JAW035||US||2018|