Thanks to Richard Das of Mnemonic for pointing us to his band’s cover of Stuck in a Moment (Fly Paper). (mp3) You may remember the band from their cover of Ground beneath her Feet.
… and our reader Michele sent in this link to his own cover of SIAM. (Download and rename to .mp3)
not bad, but does anyone know where i could get their gbhf cover i used to have it then got a virus, well u know the rest, but audiogalaxy doesnt even have it so anyone who does can send it to me on AIM or MSN my name on AIM is PopZoo and on MSN its email@example.com and my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org thanks for any help in advance!
Wow. Did that suck or what? What’s next, Metallica does WOWY? Ugh…
Spinal Tap do Discotheque 😉 hehehe.
Hmmmm…. Someone’s trying too hard methinks.
Has anybody heard any of their other stuff? Their original stuff is pretty good, especially their acoustic concert (I think you can find it on their site somewhere). A friend of mine passed me a cd and it’s quite good. The singer needs a bit more originality, though.
yeah id like to see spinal tap too.. maybe blast out some elevation … with the amps up to 11!
what i would like to see is:
Roger waters doing Promenade, Paul Macartney doing one, or chemical brothers doing mofo!
Wasn’t the Lemon “Tap” enough for you guys? Now if only Bono would auction those PopMart bubble-pants on ebay!!! 🙂
Thanks very much, next is Korn with “Red Hill Mining Town”:)…
I liked it a lot. I guess I’m wrong though, damn.
I did too, kinda, Sheek… Let’s make a 12 step group…
Actually, Dream Theater did a pretty neat version of Red Hill Mining Town….
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