Jayson 'Rev' Whelpley

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Member Since: 2/11/2004
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The Covers CD 2

Artist Song Buy
The Crickets  I Fought the Law  buy on itunes
Dead Kennedys  I Fought the Law  buy on itunes
Don Henly  Boys of Summer  buy on itunes
Ataris  Boys of Summer  buy on itunes
Rolling Stones  Paint It Black  buy on itunes
The Agony Scene  Paint it Black  buy on itunes
Black Sabbath  Paranoid  buy on itunes
Pantera  Paranoid  buy on itunes
U2  Sunday Bloody Sunday  buy on itunes
Evergreen Terrace  Sunday Bloody Sunday  buy on itunes
Soul Embraced  My Tourniquet  buy on itunes
Evanescence  Tourniquet  buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Enjoy the Silence  buy on itunes
Evergreen Terrace  Enjoy the Silence  buy on itunes
REM  Losing my Religion  buy on itunes
Gregorian Monks  Losing my Religion  buy on itunes
Nine Inch Nails  Hurt  buy on itunes
Johnny Cash  Hurt  buy on itunes
Misfits  Skulls  buy on itunes
The Lemonheads  Skulls  buy on itunes

Comment:

I'm a certified cover-phile. I can't get enough of another band's take on an original. I broke my ususal rule about not repeating bands on a mix CD with E.T., but they do good covers and since it's a themed CD I figured it's okay.

I also love the way it sometimes does put very very different spins on the songs, Hurt is the best example. Also, with the Tourniquet song by Soul Embraced and covered by Evanescence it's interesting to note that Rocky Gray plays in both outfits. Comedy comes in to play with the monks covering Losing My Religion. And if the Stones had formed in this decade as opposed to the 60's I'm sure Paint it Black would sound much more like Agony Scene's take on it.

Check it out.

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jefferson
Date: 11/6/2003
I'd love to hear 8, 14 and 16...!
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Girl Take It Easy
Date: 11/6/2003
oh man! I had that monks track on my comp... and then accidentally deleted it. have been kiv=cking self in ass since then. Sooooooo awesome.
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pessimystica
Date: 11/16/2003
I like the covers by the Atari's & the acoustic Lemonheads. Haven't heard some of these others thought. I have a couple of covers mixes as well, & yah, it is interesting how the covers can give the original a different spin.

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