Does JUDAS PRIEST's 'Revolution' Sound Like JANE'S ADDICTION's 'Mountain Song'?
Former JANE'S ADDICTION/RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS guitarist Dave Navarro was asked by a fan in an online posting if he thinks it was "intentional" that JUDAS PRIEST's new single, "Revolution", has the exact same riff as "Mountain Song" by JANE'S ADDICTION.
"I have heard that, but I haven't heard the track," Navarro responded. "I do know that 'Mountain Song' contains the 'Metal 101' chords and progression, so it might just be a coincidence. If not, then it's a compliment."
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