Norman Reedus reassures us that he, too, is not a fan of the song “Easy Street.‘ There is absolutely nothing easy about this jingle anymore.
THE WALKING DEAD is staying consistent with new twists in each episode of season 7. Episode one hit a home run regardless if you were a fan of the batter or not, we are all still talking about it. And “the family’ scattered, both voluntarily and involuntarily, as well as had specific singular character evolutions. One that stands out, or sits in a dark room and provokes a nervous tick, is that of Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Negan’s effort to break his will.
In order to attempt at breaking the badass bikers will, Dixon was locked in a small dark room with one song being played on a loop and high volume. That song was by 703 & 711 “Easy Street” by The Collapsable Hearts Club ft. Jim Biano & Petra Haden
Our friends over at Independent spoke with Reedus and it turns out he didn’t hear it until you did.
“You know, I didn’t hear that song until the episode came out. We didn’t hear that song while we were filming. We were just imagining a song. Then in the script, it was like a kids song, and that’s what I expected it to be and then that ‘Easy Street’ came on and I was like, ‘God this song sucks.’ ” ~ Norman Reedus
Following the first showing of the episode, we spoke to the song’s writer Jim Bianco who told Independent he branded its usage as “genius.”
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THE WALKING DEAD airs on AMC Sundays 9/8Conight is Season 7, Episode 12
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