Adobe Sound Lab

Member Since: 3/20/2001
Total Mixes: 23
Total Feedback: 43
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20 diverse covers for your entertainment

Artist Song Buy
The Cardigans w/ Tom Jones  Burning Down the House  buy on itunes
Battershells  White Wedding  buy on itunes
Big Daddy  Money for Nothing  buy on itunes
Barenaked Ladies  Fight the Power  buy on itunes
Canibus w/ Biz Markie  Take This Job and Shove It  buy on itunes
Shonen Knife  Cherry Bomb  buy on itunes
Devo  Are You Experienced?  buy on itunes
Cat Power  (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction  buy on itunes
Martin Bisi  Money  buy on itunes
Pennywise  Stand By Me  buy on itunes
Mike Melvoin  Sunshine of Your Love  buy on itunes
Sunday  Unser Kaiser (In the Navy)  buy on itunes
The Nutley Brass  I Wanna Be Sedated  buy on itunes
Playgroup  50 Ways to Leave Your Lover  buy on itunes
Senor Coconut  Homecomputer  buy on itunes
The Ex-Girls  Pop Musik  buy on itunes
William Shatner  How Insensitive  buy on itunes
Masters of Chant  Fade to Grey  buy on itunes
The Woofers & the Tweaters  I Wanna Hold Your Hand  buy on itunes
Dread Zeppelin  Stairway to Heaven  buy on itunes


I decided it was time to start pulling some of the crazy stuff I've found in the last year, so here's a collection of covers. A German version of "In the Navy"? You Bet. 80's New Romantic as sung by Gregorian Monks? Got it covered. Beatles songs barked by dogs? You better believe it. They called me mad at the institute.
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Date: 4/16/2002
You've "uncovered" some good ones. Have you heard Shonen Knife's cover of Do The Bartman? Still haven't heard the ex-Girl cover. How good is it?
James Russell
Date: 4/16/2002
I fear this mix, or at least some of its contents.
Date: 4/16/2002
I actually do know where that dogs-covering-Beatles song is from. I almost bought that album once upon a time. Neato mix.
Adobe Sound Lab
Date: 4/16/2002
You know, the Ex-Girls "Pop Musik" is pretty good. Japanese Electro-Grrl-Punk, well done, fun to listen to.
Date: 11/11/2002
Oh, how I love a cool cover. This Cat Power's one of my favorites. The only thing that would make this better is Rammstein's version of Depeche Mode's "Stripped."

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