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This Mashup Of SLAYER's "South of Heaven" & EDWIN STARR's "War" Is Surprisingly Violent

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This Mashup Of SLAYER's "South of Heaven" & EDWIN STARR's "War" Is Surprisingly Violent

War! What is it good for? Slayer mashups.

Usually metal tracks mashed up with non-metal songs are good for a laugh, or maybe even getting stuck in your head for a little bit. This one is genuinely pretty heavy. Backed by Slayer's "South Of Heaven," the vocals from Edwin Starr's 1970 hit "War" take on a whole new sinister feeling and somehow still retain a very evil Slayer vibe. I'm sure the lyrics help alongside some of Starr's raspier calls for war.

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The mashup was created by Bill McClintock, who has given us such gems as Pantera combined with Bill Withers in the past.

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