Death Valley 69

“Death Valley ‘69” is the eight track on Sonic Youth’s album Bad Moon Rising, following “Justice is Might”. It was the main single released from the album.

Death Valley '69 serves as the music video for the metal band Sonic Youth's popular song, and there's probably no better force of nature to bring the song to visual life than underground, New York-based director and photographer Richard Kern/10().

Songfacts®: "Death Valley '69" is a collaboration between Sonic Youth and Lydia Lunch, who worked in a subset of punk rock known as "no wave" - very loud and discomfiting. She wrote and performed the song with the band. The song is filled with disjointed images - a Chevy, someone named Sadie - and takes place in Death Valley, California in The word "death" and musical tone lead many to .

 ·  · Death Valley ‘69 Sonic Youth: “Death Valley ’69” () Between and , Charles Manson and his followers (including Susan Atkins – the “Sadie” in Sonic Youth’s song) brutally murdered at least eleven people – probably a few, possibly many, ted Reading Time: 5 mins.

 · Sonic Youth: “Death Valley ’69” () Between and , Charles Manson and his followers (including Susan Atkins – the “Sadie” in Sonic Youth’s song) brutally murdered at least eleven people – probably a few, possibly many, more. These horrific crimes, replete with ritualistic overtones and bloody writing on walls, and the bizarre beliefs that motivated them – Manson.


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