Molly Brown, Mikkel Steen/Michael Hansen
Vocals, rhythm/lead guitar, organ: Mikkel Steen
Lead guitar, backing vocals, organ: Michael Hansen
Bass: Morten Hansen
Drums, percussion: Morten Kühlmann
Explosion: U.S. Air Force
Recorded in the VMC Studio, summer 1991
4th song appearing on Black Hole, length x:xx minutes
4th song appearing on Revolution In Your Balls, disc two
Yet another protest-song, this time nuclear weapons the target - a rather boring subject compared to drugs, painters and exhibitionists... The song doesn't really fit in with the other ones from this tape and appear first and foremost as quite a crappy heavy metal ballad. The energy and innovation the three first songs show was forgotten and The Hue returned to the style of the A-side of the Skytape...
The mixing of this track was done without The Hue's supervision - they went out to get hammered - and therefore the ending - surprise, a long solo-piece - sounds a bit messy. There are moments of classic Hue, the intro solo by Michael and the general singing - only thanks to these positive moments the song doesn't end up on the list with the totally obscure Hue-tracks.
Michael: I think this was the end of my Pink Floyd-trip... I don't know if I was trying to create some of the feel from Shine On You Crazy Diamond with the long intro-solo-piece. If I was - I didn't succeed eventhough the solo is quite decent! We picked a boring subject for this one, but I think the lyrics just manage to stay slightly amusing - meaning that it's not a completely dead duck! But it's just too long...
Mikkel: A typical song written at the practice sessions. It more or less wrote itself, once we had the acoustic guitar intro down. Michael wrote the lyrics in 2 minutes... Once again we managed to squeeze in a solo-piece that was as long as the rest of the song , but for once it actually fit pretty well. Basically, it's pretty boring except for the vocals, and that's probably why we played it live for quite a few years afterwards...