Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by SpookyFrank, Jul 12, 2017.
We've had it
D'oh and here's me thinking I actually read the thread
Marc Almonds autobiography has "Tainted Love" haunting him throughout.
And also the lack of publishing royalties from the single because against all advice they chose another cover version ("Where Did Our Love Go") for the b-side.
I think Devo are probably best known for their own "Whip It" but maybe also for their cover of "I Can't Get No Satisfaction".
Also who was that twat who did the slowed down cover of Tears For Fears "Mad World" which was in Donny Darko? Him.
Very arguably Run DMC are most famous for covering "Walk This Way" by Aerosmith.
Also who was that guy who did Wonderwall with the hair and the jacket? Mark something? Him.
I hated come on Eileen, but in the context of the album it I excellent.
I love rock n roll - Joan Jett
Sid Vicious - My Way
Ring of Fire, A Boy Named Sue, Walk the Line...
George Harrison My Sweet Lord.
Fun Boy Three, Our Lips are Sealed. Though Terry Hall did write it.
In terms of the average punter knowing their tune, Nirvana More than a Feeling.
I went to see almond a few years ago - great show, but most of the audience only really came alive for tainted love. Must be crushing really, specially with such a strong catalogue.
Take that - smells like teen spirit
Youth of Today
They even had theirsens a film. Aswad massive.
I know. But if you're younger.. I mean I have met people who only know Hurt by Cash.
If you're younger, then you should also know 'God will cut you down', wasn't that on an episode on Breaking Bad?
Say Hello, wave goodbye- The extended remix which starts with a clarinet? Perfect pop song. Also 'Bedsitter'.
Don't ask me to explain young people. I just experience them.
I'm not keen on that clarinet intro tbh, prefer it without
I like with & without.
Billy Connolly - D.I.V.O.R.C.E
The white stripes - oh, Jeremy corbyn
I suppose they are all to young to do the dexy's 'come on cor-byn' c'mon corbyn'
Regulate, whilst not a straight cover, is nothing with out Michael McDonald's piece
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