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|"Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)"|
|Single by Rob Zombie|
|from the album The Sinister Urge|
|Recorded||2001 at Chop Shop Hollywood, CA|
|Genre||Alternative metal, shock rock|
|Rob Zombie singles chronology|
"Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)" is a promotional single taken from Rob Zombie's second album The Sinister Urge. The song can also be found on Zombie's Past, Present & Future and The Best of Rob Zombie. It was nominated the Grammy for Best Metal Performance for the 2003 Grammy Awards Ceremony, but lost to Korn's "Here to Stay".
The song is based on Anthony Burgess' 1962 novel, A Clockwork Orange. The phrase "red red krovvy" is used by Alex DeLarge in the book and means "red red blood" ("krovvy", correctly "krov'", means "blood" in Russian). The lyrics include the phrases "See heaven, flash, a horrorshow..." and "...take me to the home..." which are also both references to the book. The audio sample "Use my body to keep you alive" is from the 1971 horror film The Curious Dr. Humpp.
The song was included on the soundtrack to the movies Rollerball (2002) and Walking Tall (2004), as well as the Atari game Test Drive: Eve of Destruction. A remix of the song, The Black Cat Crossing Mix, was included on WWF Forceable Entry. Rob Zombie used clips of anime show Kekko Kamen during the song on the 2010 Mayhem Festival tour.
In the music video for "Never Gonna Stop," Zombie and others are dressed as Alex DeLarge and his droogs from the film of A Clockwork Orange. In reference to two of the film's scenes, they appear in the Korova Milk Bar, and go on a wild ride in a stolen "Durango 95". The actor Tom Towles, who played Lieutenant George Wydell in Rob Zombie's film House of 1000 Corpses, appears in the video.
Three versions exist for the video: One that has scenes from Rollerball inter-cut with the ones of Zombie; one with scenes of Edge wrestling, replacing the Rollerball scenes; and the original version which has neither.
|Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks||11|
|Billboard Modern Rock Tracks||23|
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