Super-Charger Heaven

White Zombie

About Super-Charger Heaven

"Super-Charger Heaven" (sometimes referred to as "Devil Man" due to its chorus) is the third and final single off White Zombie's 1995 studio album, Astro-Creep: 2000. The song can also be found on Rob Zombie's Past, Present & Future, the greatest hits album The Best of Rob Zombie, and a remix can be found on Supersexy Swingin' Sounds. The artwork for the single contains the Japanese superhero Devilman, which is also referenced in the chorus of the song.


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Jesus lived his life in a cheap hotel
On the edge of route 66 yeah he lived a dark and
Twisted life and he came right back just to do it
Again, eye for and eye and a tooth for the truth,
I ain't never seen a demon warp dealing a
Ring-a-ding rhythm or jukebox racket my
Mind can't clutch the feeling, yeah!

Devil man, devil man, calling devil man
Running in my head yeah
Devil man, devil man, calling devil man
Running in my head yeah

Hell hounds lead at the cowardly kings
And carry souls across the river styx
Yeah! they see no evil and feel no pain
Sucking juice from a fallen angel, I dreamed
I was a super nova fucker nitro,
Burning and fuel injection, feed the gods a strychnine
Soul a motherfucker of invention

Devil man, devil man, calling devil man
Running in my head yeah
Devil man, devil man, calling devil man
Running in my head yeah

Yeah inbreed the witches
And worship the dogs
Deformed and fucking lazy
Damn yourself and choke
On my name I'd love to love ya baby
Dead ringer rats swinging in the trees
Immaculate conception bury me an angel god I need
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Devil man, devil man, calling devil man
Running in my head yeah
Devil man, devil man, calling devil man
Running in my head yeah

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White Zombie

White Zombie was a Grammy Award-nominated American heavy metal band. Based in New York City, White Zombie was originally a noise rock band. White Zombie are better-known for their later heavy metal-oriented sound. Unlike other metal bands of the 1990s, White Zombie was almost exclusively a "fantasy" band, writing songs not based on their aspirations or experiences, but about surreal fantasies. more »

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Written by: Jay Noel Yuenger, John Joseph Tempesta, Rob Wolfgang Zombie, Shauna Yseult Reynolds

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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10 facts about this song

Band Origin
"Super-Charger Heaven" was performed by the heavy metal band "White Zombie". Despite the similarity in names, Rob Zombie is not just the band's leader but also a solo artist who began his individual career after the band broke up.
The track is included in "Astro Creep: 2000", the fourth and final album of White Zombie, which was released in 1995.
Song Influence
The song takes inspiration from several old-school genres like hardcore punk, heavy metal and a bit of industrial metal, representing the distinctive sound of White Zombie.
Chart Success
"Super-Charger Heaven" achieved significant success. It reached number 28 on the United States Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.
Song's Theme
The song and its title are a representation of Rob Zombie's fascination with vintage horror and science fiction themes, often containing cryptic lyrics and movie samples.
Music Video
The music video for "Super-Charger Heaven" involves high-speed car chases, continuing the band’s love for incorporating themes of horror and classic Americana in their visuals.
The music video for the track was directed by Rob Zombie himself who went on to direct films like "House of 1,000 Corpses" and "The Devil's Rejects".
Common Misconception
Many people believe that "Super-Charger Heaven" is a Rob Zombie solo song due to his prevalence as a solo artist in later years, but it is actually a White Zombie track.
Notable Lyrics
The lyrics "devil man, devil man, calling devil man" are some of the most quoted lyrics from the song and have become synonymous with the band and their dark, eclectic style.
Live Performances
Despite the disbanding of White Zombie, "Super-Charger Heaven" is often performed by Rob Zombie during his solo concerts, pointing towards the song's enduring popularity among fans.

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