Irish singer-songwriter Eleanor Mc Evoy also covered the song on her 2011 album Alone, and often performs the song live with the lyrics altered to acknowledge more contemporary issues.
The Temptations' song "Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)" mentions the song title.
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After about two weeks of email communication we exchanged numbers and began to speak in person.
Mc Guire also mentioned that "Eve of Destruction" was recorded in one take on a Thursday morning (from words scrawled on a crumpled piece of paper), and he got a call from the record company at the following Monday morning, telling him to turn on the radio—his song was playing.
After becoming a born-again Christian, Mc Guire re-recorded "Eve of Destruction" as the lead track on his second contemporary Christian release: "Lighten Up".
By August 12, Dunhill released the LP, Nick Featuring Eve of Destruction.
The LP reached its peak of number thirty-seven on the Billboard album chart during the week ending September 25.
The song had initially been presented to The Byrds as a Dylanesque potential single, but they rejected it.
The Turtles, another LA group who often recorded The Byrds' discarded or rejected material, recorded a version instead.
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Several artists have recorded it, but the best-known recording was by Barry Mc Guire.