It'll probably just be 2 hours of Wayne fucking around, demanding applause and spouting insincere hippy bollocks. You might get a couple of tunes if you are lucky.
i fucking love this song joni is awesome
constantly in the darkness where's that....if you want me I'll be in the bar
10/22/14 - TV On The Radio @ Regent // 11/9/14 - Bad Religion @ Mayan // 11/14/14 - Death From Above 1979 @ Regent // 11/16/14 - Lucero @ Echo
my favorite version of "Needles and Pins"
Last edited by bleep; 05-28-2012 at 10:12 AM.
this came on random today
I didn't know I Fought the Law was a cover, always thought it was the Clash. Somewhere in the thread someone has to have All Along the Watchtower too. Jane's Addiction has alot of cover's, i thought about Sympathy instead but here's Ripple
I always liked this cover too
Last edited by Hawkings; 05-28-2012 at 09:48 PM.
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Metric, Of Monsters, Local Natives, Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Band of Horses, Stone Roses, Foals, Tegan and Sara or How to Destroy 2 Bears, Violent Femmes, Portugal, Hot Chip, Spiritualized, Simian Mobile or Postal, Moby, New Order, Sigur Ros DIIV, Oh Sees, Grimes, Paul K, Oakey, Vampire Weekend, Pretty LIghts, OMD, WU, RHCP, Dead Can Dance
Cover: Julia Stone
Original: The National
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I kinda like this a lot
"Of all the Queens that ever lived, I choose you."
Last edited by buddy; 05-29-2012 at 02:41 PM.
A cover of a Doors song by the punk band X
"Smoke another cigarette and learn to forget."
Los Angeles is by far one of my favorite albums of all time
Best Bowie cover ever -
"why are you so annoying" TheKlein25
This Laurie Anderson cover just crept up and over me during their Sasquatch set last weekend. JHFC it was beautiful!!!!!
SLC Summer so far:
7/12 Raphael Saadiq 7/19 Nas
7/29 Star Slinger 8/2 MMJ
8/9 Passion Pit/Austra
8/16 Iron & Wine 8/23 DeVotchKa
8/30 Common/Aloe Blacc
not to be Mr. Bowie Boner today, but always thought Boy George's take on 'Starman' was pretty strobe light airy and dancy. The version from an UNCUT magazine CD.
Vocals are just that little inch too bleaty at junctures, but I like Austra a lot and I like this.
I don't know what to think...
good god yes
Harmonies better than the original, dare I say.
The only man who could make a Leonard Cohen song sound even more haunting and desperate, Nick Cave.