quote:Originally posted by Camus:quote:For sure. I've argued a couple times earlier that "Everything Is Good For You" is adapted from "Anyone Can Tell," which was then unreleased.
Anyone Can Tell was released in 1991 or 92 as a Woodface B-Side, but I agree, the main riffs to both songs are very very similar.
Nails In My Feet is basically a rewrite of Fall At Your Feet.
I've always felt that Neil lifted the guitar line from "Anyone Can Tell" for "Everything is Good For You". That fact that they're probably two of my least favorite songs has always linked them in my mind anyway.
As for "Fall At Your Feet" and "Nails in My Feet" I think their similarities are far more subconscious. Like they both mention "feet", sure, but as for the chords, there are only so many progressions out there (esp when you narrow your view to just popular radio songs) so I think Neil just happened to choose a similar progression for NIMF. Same reason "Catherine Wheels" is so much like "Into Temptation" or "Four Seasons in One Day". I believe there's a concert clip where Neil actually sings a medley of all three to show how similar they are.