The chorus is dumb, but the rest of the song is pretty catchy. I dig it.
Blaze is like the opposite lyricist to Steve. He's got big ideas but presents them in the most simplistic and mundane way. Unlike Harris who takes a basic idea and (when done right) makes it a bit more interesting.Blaze: Well, "Two Worlds Collide" works on two levels, really. It's a metaphor in many ways for two cultures colliding. I remember going to Japan for the first time, a country that I'd dreamed of going. But I had culture shock. Very much like the time I first visited Los Angeles years ago. I just was shocked at their way of doing things, the culture, the people. It was alien to the way that I'd been born to, and to most things that you're used to in the Western world. That's not bad. That's just different, and you've got to get used to it.
I found that many of the things in Japanese culture that I didn't like the first time I got there, on my second visit were the things I liked the most. So it works on that level.
It's two worlds collide, two cultures, and also it's about the comets and the asteroids. Only a tiny proportion of the asteroids are mapped. It's a lot more now, but really, there is no program. Bruce Willis cannot get into a spaceship with movie stars and go blow up an asteroid. It's just not viable at the moment.
So Armageddon really will happen, because these things are so big. They come out of the asteroid belt, these massive things that will destroy life on Earth.
I also like the idea that people say, "Save the world or destroy planet Earth." Well, it won't destroy the planet Earth. The last big asteroids to hit planet Earth destroyed the dinosaurs and made way for humans. So it may destroy you, but it'll make way for something else. The earth will still be here.