#1
This song stuck out a lot to me when I first listened to "Live at Reading" and is now one of my favorite Nirvana songs, so I decided to put my spin on it. Tell me what you think! (btw the vocals aren't the best, I had an awful cold when I did them)

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#2
"All the flowers have gingivitis..." What were you smoking dude? I love it though! its a good cover, and the guitar tone rocks, I think if there was a little bit more mid frequency in the intro it'd sound better but it works. The lyrical alterations you made were pretty funny as well. Good work bro.

c4c?

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Last edited by will-the-me at Apr 28, 2011,
#3
The drum and bass are really tight love it. The guitar tone is really good. Not muddy and not to thin. The vocals for the most part are good man. You should should keep on singing. I was not familiar with the song but maybe I'll look it up now. Good job!

c4c? Thanks!

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#4
Thanks. btw, those lyrics aren't altered. Those lyrics are the ones Kurt used for the version on "From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah". This song evolved a lot, and they never put it on an album, so finding good lyrics was hard.
#5
Is this song by nirvana? didn't even know it... It sounds so modern! Is that your voice? I have to say you really got it! I had to go to listen to the original song to compare... The guitars are pretty good.

Please check a punk cover I did of 'I will survive' named 'I...won't survive'.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYni-AT75BY

I just don't seem to get people hear my covers, is there a way to make it work better? Do you know any other sites - if that is allowed?
Last edited by Greendaz at May 2, 2011,
#6
Quote by BrandonBeaux
Thanks. btw, those lyrics aren't altered. Those lyrics are the ones Kurt used for the version on "From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah". This song evolved a lot, and they never put it on an album, so finding good lyrics was hard.

actually it was
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sub_Pop_200
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifnqUndKhd4

cover was good
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