"Gravity" is a track of the Type O Negative album The Origin of the Feces, released in 1992. This is the altered version of "Gravitational Constant: G = 6.67 × 10−8 cm−3 gm−1 sec−2" played as the final track of the last album Slow, Deep and Hard.
The only difference from the original version is added sound of mermaid and ambulance siren at the end about Pete saying about that there's may be a bomb in the building and urging people to leave the building instead of just standing in place, mirroring the experiences at the Slow, Deep and Hard tour. There's a short break around four minutes into it where Pete announces the crowd 'relax, relax' before the third canto starts. The first two cantos of this song are about suicide. The first canto, "Unjustifiable Existence", contains hard rock riffs, while the fourth canto, "Antimatter: Electromechanical Psychedelicosis", is instrumental. The second canto, "Crush", is organ-fested.
Canto I: Unjustifiable Existence
One two three four I don't wanna live no more Well I've got no more reason to live And I've got no more love to give Tonight's the night I'll paint the town red I'll put another hole through my head Existence Unjustifiable Unjustifiable Unjustifiable existence Unjustifiable existence Kill yourself Now I feel the weight of a world on my back I've seen the future The future looks black It's what I must do I have no reservations Ain't talk about self preservation Existence Unjustifiable Unjustifiable Unjustifiable existence Unjustifiable existence Grav Crushing me Grav Crushing me Crushing me Crushing me
Canto II: Crush
I can see that I can see that Die... die... die Die... die... die Die... die... die Die
Canto III: Acceleration (Due to Gravity)
Yeah I feel something pulling Forcing me between myself and the ground Of all the nightmares that ever came true I'm feeling gravity Existence Unjustifiable Unjustifiable Unjustifiable existence Unjustifiable existence Grav Crushing me Grav gravity Crushing me Crushing me Crushing me Crushing me Crushing me
Canto IV: Antimatter: Electromechanical Psychedelicosis
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- Band performers
- Peter Steele – lead vocals, bass guitar, arrangements
- Kenny Hickey – guitar, additional vocals
- Josh Silver – keyboards, organ, samples, effects, backing vocals
- Sal Abruscato – drums, percussion
- Written by Peter Steele
- Engineered and mixed by Mike Marciano
- Mastered by George Marino
- Produced by P.T. Barnum, Peter Steele and Josh Silver