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  1. a song from the band Love, written by Arthur Lee and recorded on June 20,1966 at Sunset Sound Recorders in Hollywood

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  2. produced by Jac Holzman and engineered by Bruce Botnick

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  3. The song took a great deal of work to record with Love's drummer, Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer, being unable to cope with its frantic demands after 30 takes or so and being replaced on drums by Arthur Lee himself

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  4. The song climaxes in an apocalyptic explosion - the supposed sound of an atom bomb - before a peaceful conclusion

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  5. The song was inspired from Arthur Lee's high school sweetheart, who - as Arthur Lee himself - was born on the 7th of March

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