Old 5th April 2006, 02:12   #1
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Cover Songs

Alrighty, did a lazy-ass search to see if there was a previous thread on this subject.

Oh well.

It's simple, what cover songs do you like?

First one (jaz found it, I wonder if he knows who did the original?? ): Hooverphonic's "Shake the Disease".
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Old 5th April 2006, 02:29   #2
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Lemonheads ~ Mrs. Robinson (originally by Simon & Garfunkel)

Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Love Rollercoaster (originally by Ohio Players)

No Doubt ~ It's My Life (originally by Talk Talk)

Sixpence None The Richer ~ There She Goes (originally by The La's)

Pretenders (feat. UB40) ~ I Got You Babe (originally by Sonny & Cher)


And of the covers I've done myself, I like...

Pink Floyd ~ Money
Pink Floyd ~ Empty Spaces/Young Lust
Pink Floyd ~ Comfortably Numb
Madness ~ Our House
The Cure ~ Lovesong
Rush ~ Limelight
Collective Soul ~ December
Garbage ~ Stupid Girl
The Knack ~ My Sharona
The Police ~ Spirits In The Material World
Weezer ~ Beverly Hills

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Old 5th April 2006, 03:44   #3
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NME's list, half accurate and two thirds bollox:

1. Jeff Buckley – Hallelujah
2. Johnny Cash – Hurt
3. The Futureheads – Hounds Of Love
4. The Slits – I Herd It Through The Grapevine
5. The White Stripes – Jolene
6. Pet Shop Boys – Always On My Mind
7. Saint Etienne – Only Love Can Break Your Heart
8. The Clash – Police And Thieves
9. Sid Vicious – My Way
10. Sinead ‘O Connor – Nothing Compares 2 U
11. Tricky – Black Steel (In The Hour Of Chaos)
12. Grace Jones – She’s Lost Control
13. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – All Along The Watchtower
14. Ryan Adams – Wonderwall
15. Patti Smith Group – Gloria
16. Tatu – How Soon Is Now?
17. Nirvana – Where Did You Sleep Last Night
18. Robert Wyatt – Shipbuilding
19. Soft Cell – Tainted Love
20. Gary Jules – Mad World
21. Muse – Feeling Good
22. Manic Stret Preachers – Suicide Is Painless
23. Dakar & Grinser – I Wanna Be Your Dog
24. Lemonheads – Mrs Robinson
25. Oasis – I Am The Walrus
26. Isaac Hays – I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself
27. Blondie – Hanging On The Telephone
28. Elbow – Independent Woman Pt1
29. The Flying Burrito Brothers – Dark End Of The Street
30. The Stranglers – Walk On By
31. This Mortal Coil – Song For The Siren
32. Sheer Terror – Boys Don’t Cry
33. Ramones – Needles And Pins
34. Run Dmc – Walk This Way
35. Little Richard – Brown Sugar
36. Nirvana – The Man Who Sold The World
37. Quicksand – How Soon Is Now?
38. Le Tigre – I’m So Excited
39. R.E.M. – Superman
40. Luna – Sweet Child Of Mine
41. Pixies – Head On
42. Johnny Cash – The Mercy Seat
43. Schneider Tm – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
44. Tavares – More Than A Woman
45. Langley Schools Project – God Only Knows
46. Johnny Cash – Personal Jesus
47. Shirley Bassy – Light My Fire
48. The White Stripes – Love Sick
49. The White Stripes – I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself
50. Homer Simpson – The Joker


I've got about 10 covers of 'Living On Video', they're all decent.

Other covers of the moment:
Siouxsie & The Banshees - Dear Prudence + Passenger

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Norah Jones - Cold, Cold Heart
Jasper Steverlinck - Late Again
Groove Armada - At the River (sample, I know... )
Scissor Sisters - Comfortably Numb
Acda & De Munnik - Slaap Zacht, Elisabeth
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - This Wheel's on Fire
UB40 - Red, Red Wine

And, already mentioned above...
Jeff Buckley – Hallelujah
Johnny Cash – Hurt
Muse – Feeling Good

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Old 5th April 2006, 08:02   #7
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Which reminds me...

Norah Jones - Crazy

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UB40 - Red, Red Wine
For a minute I thought it was the original (slaps own wrist). You can turn anything into reggae, even Atari Teenage Riot.

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Re: Cover Songs

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Alrighty, did a lazy-ass search to see if there was a previous thread on this subject.

You must have meant this thread...
http://forums.winamp.com/showthread....ighlight=cover



*cough*

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Old 5th April 2006, 09:21   #10
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I do love the Johnny Cash version of "Hurt" and the White Stripes version of "Jolene". Also the The Get-Up Kids' version of "Alec Eiffel" is a lot of fun, if very by-the-numbers.

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Ha, everyone saying crazy got me thinking. Crazy done by The Kidneythieves. Original from Patsy Cline.

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Re: Re: Cover Songs

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You must have meant this thread...
http://forums.winamp.com/showthread....ighlight=cover



*cough*

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Old 5th April 2006, 14:10   #14
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Re: Re: Re: Cover Songs

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Covers eh.....can't think of any that have jumped out at me lately, my original suggestions still stand howeve...
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Re: Cover Songs

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It's simple, what cover songs do you like?
I just realized - if I was really on my game and had my smartass factor cranked up appropriately, I'd have answered more like this...

Björk ~ Cover Me
Barry Gibb ~ Cover You
Randy Clay ~ Cover Us
Cheap Trick ~ Cover Girl
Rob Seals ~ Cover Man
Tesla ~ Cover Queen
Public Image Ltd. ~ Covered
The Call ~ Uncovered
Bill **** ~ Cover It Up
The Microphones ~ Cover Me Up
Bob Marley & The Wailers ~ Run For Cover
Shadow & Dust ~ Under The Cover
Mr. Big ~ Take Cover
The Red Krayola ~ Duck And Cover
Dr. Dre ~ Deep Cover
Charles Atlas ~ Felt Cover
Robin Lane ~ Hard Cover
Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show ~ The Cover Of The 'Rolling Stone'
Gene Jones ~ Covered With Snow
Carnal Forge ~ Covered With Fire
Spickle ~ Valve Cover
Above The Clouds ~ Melon Cover
General Degree ~ Pot Cover
Murs ~ Def Cover
Blind Idiot God ~ Cloud Cover
Bob Marley ~ Sun For Cover
Wendy Waller ~ Cover The Moon
The Rolling Stones ~ Undercover Of The Night
Billy Ray Cyrus ~ Cover To Cover

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For a minute I thought it was the original (slaps own wrist). You can turn anything into reggae, even Atari Teenage Riot.
I love Atari Teenage Riot.
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Next on my list: Live's cover of "Walk the Line".

Good cover on an awesome song
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Old 10th April 2006, 02:49   #21
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fear factory - i will follow (u2)
fear factory - cars (gary numan)
fear factory - millenium (killing joke)
haste the day - long way down (goo goo dolls)
tool - no quarter (zeppelin)
chimaira - fascination street (the cure)
deftones - the chauffeur (duran duran)
deftones - no ordinary love (sade)
deftones - to have and to hold (depeche mode)
at the gates - legion (slaughterlord)
alien ant farm - smooth criminal (michael jackson)
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Old 10th April 2006, 05:01   #22
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tool - no quarter (zeppelin)


This would certainly get my vote. And, of course, Johnny Cash's version of Hurt, as already mentioned by Cylob, siebe83, and zootm. Funny, would you believe that some people actually believe Nine Inch Nails covered this song?

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Velvet Revolver - Money (Pink Floyd)
Shadows Fall - Welcome To The Machine (Pink Floyd)
KoRn - Another Brick In The Wall (Pink Floyd)
Nickelback - Saturday Night's Alright (Elton John)
Pantera - Cat Scratch Fever (Ted Nugent)
Pantera - Seek & Destroy (Metallica)
Motorhead - Enter Sandman (Metallica)
Motorhead - It's A Long Way To The Top (AC/DC)
Megadeth - Paranoid (Black Sabbath)
Stevie Ray Vaughn - Voodoo Child (Jimi Hendrix)
Zakk Wylde and Slash - Voodoo Child (Jimi Hendrix)
Van Halen - You're No Good (Linda Ronstadt)
Disturbed - Shout 2000 (Tears For Fears)
Disturbed - Walk (Pantera)
Children of Bodom - Rebel Yell (Billy Idol)
Children of Bodom - Oops! I Did It Again (Britney Spears)

There's also a couple other cover songs I'd like to hear, such as Trivium covering Metallica's "Master of Puppets" and The Haunted covering Slayer's "Raining Blood"...

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Both the Pizzicato Five and Polysics versions of Good (original by The Plastics).
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Well, Trivium put up their Metallica cover song of "Master of Puppets" on their Myspace profile and hoooooly shiiiiiit is this just too friggin' awsome!

Real test of a cover song is how well they execute the solo...

[edit]Every note and whammy, plus a little improv to put their own stamp on the song...

This is a cover song [/edit]

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lol @ Jones v. Shy.

Quote:
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Real test of a cover song is how well they execute the solo...
I don't know. I like it when a band does a cover that's really different from the original.

In any case, here's a few I can think of (original artist in parentheses):

The B-52's - Downtown (Petula Clark)

Cake - Sad Songs and Waltzes (Willie Nelson)

Les Claypool's Frog Brigade - Animals* (Pink Floyd)

Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan)

Dresden Dolls - War Pigs (Black Sabbath)**

Jeff Beck - Going Down (Moloch)

Jerry Garcia Band - I've got a 2 disc live set that's all cover tunes. Too many to list but they're all fantastic. Especially the Bob Dylan and Beatles tracks

Liz Phair - Turning Japanese (The Vapors)

Yes - America (Simon & Garfunkel)

They Might Be Giants - Istanbul (Not Constantinople) (The Four Lads)






* entire album performed live and released as a CD
** mainstay of their last tour. thay haven't done a studio cover
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Hehe, speaking of covered whole albums:



Their reworkings of Life Is Life (Opus) and One Vision (Queen) on the Opus Dei album are even better though.
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Old 31st March 2008, 19:23   #28
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Re: Cover Songs

I came across this cover of INXS by an up and coming band called Article A the other day....check it out
Article A "Don't Change" (INXS): vista.streamguys.com/jspiewak/articlea_change.wma (just copy into your browser and windows media with open the stream)

If you like what you hear, there's also an original song of theirs that you can download for free at rockridgefree.com for a limited time

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Presidents of the United States of America - Video Killed the Radio Star (Buggles)
George Thorogood - Move It On Over (Hank Williams)
NOFX - Vincent (Don MacLean)
Placebo - Bigmouth Strikes Again (The Smiths)
Queens of the Stone Age - Christian Brothers (Elliott Smith)
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Here's some from an old cover list I've used:

Hey Jude - The Beatles
Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen
Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
Barracuda - Heart
Tell All the People - The Doors
Beautiful Day - U2
China Grove - the Doobie Brothers
Stop Draggin My Heart Around - Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty
Panama - Van Halen
Good Vibrations - the Beach Boys
Mississippi Queen - Mountain
Long Time - Boston
Get Back - the Beatles
Jean Genie - Bowie
Ziggy Stardust - Bowie
Let's Dance - Bowie
Hotel California - Eagles
Long Run - Eagles
Outlaw Pete - Springsteen
Surfing with the Alien - Satriani
Don't Fear the Reaper - BOC
Close to The Edge - Yes
Cool #9 - Satriani
Borg Sex - Satriani
No Woman, No Cry - Marley
Could You Be Loved - Marley

Picked for being half assed easy to play and half assed cool. I'm not sure how many actually were on a cover.
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I love 'yard of blonde girls'- originally sung by Jeff Buckley. Sadly don't actially know who covered it!

And on that not love Buckley's version of Cohen's 'Hallelujah'.

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First, I'm sorry to be the holder of the less popular opinion, but Cash's Hurt annoys me. I just can't find a way to like it, no matter what angle I take when listening to it (I did like the originals though).


Oakenfold's Braveheart Theme
Sublime's Summertime (it's ok at least)
Red Hot Chili Pepper's Fire (originally Hendrix)
Bangles' Hazy Shade of Winter (Shut up. You know you agree.)
Probably more, but I'm too tired for now.

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Ahh, funny as hell...

Barenaked Ladies - Gin n' Juice (originally Snoop Dogg)
A New Found Glory - Back That Ass Up (originally Juvenile)

Both very, very well done. I'm impressed.

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Barenaked Ladies

very, very well done. I'm impressed.
does not compute

really, what next? Hoobastank?

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heh... hoobastank... I actually did sound with their sound guy for one of their concerts at my college...

It was easy money, although they still kinda sucked.

As far as the Barenaked Ladies - I don't really like their stuff, but I must say their take on the Snoop Dogg song gave me a good laugh.

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Voivod - Astronomy Domine
Big Black - He's a Whore (especially the mellow version they did for a compilation)
NoMeansNo - Bitches Brew
Robert Wyatt - At Last I am Free
Coil - Tainted Love
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