Album · 1998 · 15 Songs. Helter Skelter - The Greatest Hits Helter Skelter. Listen on Apple Music.
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
It was released on November 14, 1998 on Mötley/Hip-O. Tommy Lee recorded his drum tracks for the album's two new songs, the single "Bitter Pill" and the promo single "Enslaved" and then started a prison sentence of five months. Additionally, a remix version of "Glitter" is included. The tour for the album began after Lee's release from prison.
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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 (13) Discography Tracks. Greatest Hits (CD, Comp). LIFE Records (9). HSP 01071-2.
10 rock artists cover the Beatles' 'Helter Skelter'. The No. 6 version on our list of the Top 10 'Helter Skelter' Covers, the song was a natural for Aerosmith to sink their teeth into. The rasp of Steven Tyler is a natural fit here and the band themselves are clocking in at 100 percent. The track was recorded at the height of the band's supremacy in the mid-70s, but remained in the vaults until the 'Pandora's Box' collection in the 1990s. On his 1999 album of cover songs, 'Under Cover 2,' Turner hits it hard on songs by Free, UFO, Mountain and Thin Lizzy among others. His rendition of 'Helter Skelter' is both impassioned and forceful. The band are rock solid, managing to retain some of the chaos of the original, while Turner never sounded better.
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NotesTrack 16: taken from "Clash Of The Bands Vol. 1" Compilation Tape 1986
Track 17: taken from "Clash Of The Bands Vol. 2" Compilation Tape 1987
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