George Jetson12

Member Since: 1/3/2002
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Run For Cover, Volume 1

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The Cardigans  The Boys Are Back In Town  buy on itunes
Reel Big Fish  Take On Me  buy on itunes
Pat Boone  Crazy Train  buy on itunes
Ozzy Osbourne and Dweezil Zappa  Stayin' Alive  buy on itunes
Revolting Cocks  Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?  buy on itunes
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes  Sweet Caroline  buy on itunes
William Shatner  Mr. Tambourine Man  buy on itunes
Ciccone Youth  Into the Groovey  buy on itunes
Gigolo Aunts  Why Can't This Be Love?  buy on itunes
1000 Mona Lisas  You Oughta Know  buy on itunes
AM  Still The One  buy on itunes
Red Hot Chili Peppers  Love Rollercoaster  buy on itunes
Pat Boone  Enter Sandman  buy on itunes
Goldfinger  Rio  buy on itunes
Red Time  Beautiful Girls  buy on itunes
Leonard Nimoy  I Walk The Line  buy on itunes
Zoinks!  Theme from the Greatest American Hero  buy on itunes
The Mike Flowers Pops  Wonderwall  buy on itunes
Shonen Knife  Top of the World  buy on itunes
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes  Rainbow Connection  buy on itunes
Grass-Show  All That She Wants  buy on itunes
The Cardigans  Iron Man  buy on itunes


I love bizarre covers, and few are more bizarre than Pat Boone's swing covers of heavy metal classics. I can't say enough good things about Me First and the Gimme Gimmes either...there are tons of hilarious ska and punk covers floating around the 'Net, but the ones I really enjoy are those where the band completely transforms the song - like the Cardigans covering Sabbath on "Iron Man." Who knew that song would sound so good in an acid-jazzy style?


Jon Neukam
Date: 2/3/2002
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes is without a doubt the best cover band going
Date: 2/3/2002
I would give my left foot to hear Ozzy and Dweezil singing together.
Date: 2/3/2002
very, very cool.
jer fairall
Date: 3/10/2002
Fans of weird covers need to check out the Langley Schools Music Project album INNOCENCE & DESPAIR as well as both Moog Cookbook albums.
George Jetson1
Date: 3/11/2002
Yeah, the Moog Cookbook stuff is beautifully twisted. I hear they put on a pretty entertaining live show too...

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