1990. Danzig II - Lucifuge
Lucifuge has a pronounced blues influence that adds a sinister edge akin to records by Howlin’ Wolf or Robert Johnson, who have both been accused of playing the “Devil’s music”.
Glenn Danzig said that the song “Killer Wolf” is “my version of an old blues song about a guy who wolfs around the door of every girl in town.”
Glenn Danzig has described “I’m the One” as “another blues song…about a guy realizing his destiny.” ”I’m the One” was originally recorded for Danzig’s debut album, as John Christ explained: “We actually recorded “I’m the One” for the first record, but we decided to save it for this record. It fit the mood of the second album much better. Glenn wanted to do that song for a long time - he even knew what kind of video he wanted it to have long before we did it. It’s a cool song: just some guitar and vocals and little a hi-hat in the background.”
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