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My Durango number 95
take me to the home
and ultra live
see heaven flash
knock it nice and smooth
stay back and watch it flow yeah
never gonna stop me
never gonna stop
never gonna stop me
never gonna never gonna
the devil ride
he paint the monster red
so the blood don't stain the floor
real savage show
sorry as a shot came sickness
watch it flow
Rob's video premiered 1/6/02 on the WWF and is all ACO related.
The main sets are the Korova and the Durango.
I applaud Rob for really trying to match up the shots with the film as much as possible, even though the song is somewhat weak especially compared to other material, he must be a big fan.
The song appears on the Rollerball soundtrack and features clips from the film interspersed throughout and is available as a CD single in ACO font with a remix entitled the "Red Red Krovvy".
The video is available on the Rollerball DVD released 6/18/02
In Feb 2003 the major retail chains dropped the price of the DVD to under $10.
The film is voted in the Top 50 all-time worst on the imdb.
In 2007 Rob directed Halloween starring Malcolm McDowell because Clockwork is his favorite film.
Rollerball DVD Cover
scan - front
Korova statue prop
Rob as Alex Close-up
Korova long shot
Droogs in the Durango
Rob in Durango close-up
Rob sitting in Korova
Rob singing in Korova
Band Playing in Korova
Rob sitting in between statues
Droogs in Korova
Guitarist in Korova
Rob drinking Milk Plus
Film & Video Magazine 9/27/05
F&V: When did you realize the songs were so important?
Rob Zombie: That's a testament to when a song works well, and the best example of that is "Singin' in the Rain." I associated that song 100 percent with the movie Singin' in the Rain - until I saw A Clockwork Orange
Lewis Beale | NY Newsday 7/31/05
What CD and DVD would you take to a desert island?
Rob Zombie: I would take Beethoven's Ninth and A Clockwork Orange, 'cause one always makes me want to deal with the other.
Name something you consider a mind-altering work of art.
Rob Zombie: A Clockwork Orange. It was probably 1980 when I first saw that and I've never seen a movie like that since. I had to stop and let my mind figure out what I just saw. It just blew my mind on the possibilities of what a movie could be.
Scans courtesy of Ryan Nichols
© 2002 Pictures and Lyrics Rob Zombie
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