Member Since: 4/1/2001
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Cassette | Theme - Alternating DJ

Covers of the Rolling Stones

Artist Song Buy
Guns 'n' Roses  Sympathy For the Devil  buy on itunes
Aretha Franklin  Jumpin' Jack Flash  buy on itunes
Devo  Satsfaction  buy on itunes
Buckwheat Zydeco  Beast of Burden  buy on itunes
Rage Against the Machine  Street Fightin' Man  buy on itunes
The Sundays  Wild Horses  buy on itunes
Fishbone  Shattered  buy on itunes
George Jones  Time is On My Side  buy on itunes
Alexis Korner  Get Off My Cloud  buy on itunes
Rusted Root  You Can't Always Get What You Want  buy on itunes
Social Distortion  Under My Thumb  buy on itunes
Tori Amos  Angie  buy on itunes
The Feelies  Paint it Black  buy on itunes
Taj Mahal  Honky Tonk Women  buy on itunes
Britney Spears  (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction  buy on itunes
Beck & Beth Orton  No Expectations  buy on itunes



Geoff Holland12
Date: 4/1/2001
the GooGoo Dolls did a really good cover of Bitch from that No Alternative compilation...but no worries, a great mix regardless!
Uncle Orca1
Date: 4/1/2001
Wow Rae! Nice cover collection. One I wouldn't mid having in my collection; wanna trade???
Date: 4/1/2001
Echo & the Bunnymen's "Paint It Black" is probably the best Stones cover I ever heard.
Date: 9/25/2001
this is rad.
Date: 5/1/2002
here's more real good ones you should find if yr into rolling stones covers - "i'd much rather be w/ the boys" by nikki sudden, "satisfaction" by sandie shaw, "the spider & the fly" by von ruden (pebbles vol. 11), "satisfaction" by blue cheer, "play with fire" by dead moon, "satisfaccion" by some south american band (it's on this album called "psych out south of the border")
Date: 7/10/2002
Very nice. some others you may want to add to your collection: Steve Earle's "Dead Flowers" is flipping awesome; Ryan Adam's "Brown Sugar" is gutwrenching; Steve Earle also does a nice "Before They Make Me Run"; Tom Jones' "Gimme Shelter" is lounge fab'lous; check out Otis Redding's "Satisfaction"; and U2's "Paint It Black" simply rocks the house down. I'm missing a few, but there goes. By the way, love the title, almost used that for my [unfinished] Stones covers compilation. Now I'm considering "Under Covers of the Night."

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