Eagles of Death Metal - Eagles Goth (song)  » Music  »
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  • I actually hadn't even noticed it my first few listens
  • However this woman he is singing about, I don't think he ever ended up making love with her because she has a boyfriend


    • by BodgieCrunch
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      “Eagles Goth” is the 11th track on “Death by Sexy”. “Eagles Goth” is by far the shortest song on the entire album. What it lacks in length however, it makes up for in style.

      “Eagles Goth starts off with a off key rockabilly riff. The guitar’s aren’t very impressive, the one guitar plays that rockabilly riff with moderate distortion. In the background, if that is the lead guitar playing? It sounds like just whole notes that just kind of linger around in the background or maybe foreground of


      the song. I actually hadn’t even noticed it my first few listens. The drum beat is highly catchy. It’s a rather simple beat, but that probably adds to the fact that it is catchy, because you can tap in rhythm along with it. There is fantastic vocals in this song, it kind of reminds me of some of the songs on Queens of the Stone Age album “Songs for the Deaf”. It has a rather haunting, A Capella feel to it. Kind of sounds like ghosts ...

      • or something.

        As for the meaning of the song. I kind of get an idea that “Eagles Goth” is about this guy whom uses his status of being in a band to be a lady killer. However this woman he is singing about, I don’t think he ever ended up making love with her because she has a boyfriend. He feels he needs to clear things up with her that nothing is or will happen between them. It’s kind of confusing but once you read the lyrics it’s

        a lot easier to understand.

        “Eagles Goth” is an unbelievably short song, but by no means does that make it a bad one. At only 1:59 “Eagles Goth” packs a ton of style into it. It has a pure rock and roll feeling to it,that feels out of place at the time it was released. It just has a real retro feel to it, if it wasn’t for the high production quality and unique vocals, I could probably think of this song as like a late 80’s early 90’s song.




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