Thursday, September 15, 2011

THE ROCK SONG OF THE DAY IS: THE DARKNESS – ONE WAY TICKET

One Way Ticket
"One Way Ticket" is the leading single from British rock band The Darkness's second studio album, One Way Ticket to Hell... And Back.

It reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart. Its lyrics explicitly deal with cocaine use and addiction. The song contains frequent references to taking and being on cocaine, one of the reasons Justin Hawkins was admitted to rehab. The beginning of the song features a pan flute solo, before the starting riff begins.

The cover art features a stylised British Rail Aptis ticket from their hometown of Lowestoft in Suffolk surrounded by fire.

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