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Careful With That Axe

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  • Vigrel
    says:
    Pink Floyd 's "Careful With That Axe, Eugene" is the Trope Namer, and quite possibly the Trope Maker. The scream in the above song is by Roger Waters. The scream was used again in various songs, notably in the introduction of "Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)". And in "Run Like Hell".
  • Shaktibar
    says:
    Pink Floyd's "Careful with That Axe, Eugene" is the Trope Namer, and quite possibly the Trope Maker. The scream in the above song is by Roger Waters, as seen in the trope image.
  • Shagrel
    says:
    Careful With That Axe Eugene. In the ’s (between the ages of 9–13) in the summertime, my parents would drop me off at the bus station in Seattle, and six or so hours later I’d get out in.
  • Dukora
    says:
    [C# C#m F# D# B D G#m A E] Chords for Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe Eugene with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  • Brarisar
    says:
    Careful with That Axe, Eugene. Pink Floyd. From the Album Relics May 14, out of 5 stars 4 ratings Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to /5(4).
  • Mikarr
    says:
    DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT - Jason Stutter: “Careful with that Axe is inspired by a song written by Pink Floyd. I listened to the song one day on my iPod and the idea for this film just kinda fell into my head. Most of my film concepts are either comedy or horror, this idea seemed to serve both these ideals so I drew up a series of storyboards and got into production.
  • Zololkis
    says:
    On the Relics cd the times for every song are wrong, "Careful With That Axe, Eugene" is When played live, like on Ummagumma, it was usually longer. Ashley Jade from Cleveland, Ga The live version is .
  • Tezshura
    says:
    Lyrics to 'Careful With That Axe, Eugene' by Pink Floyd. Down, down. Down, down. The star is screaming. Beneath the lies. Lie, lie. Tschay, tschay, tschay.
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