#1
So I really wanted to cover Leonard Cohen's famous anthem Hallelujah, but there are sooooooooo many generic covers of this song floating around. I wanted to do something truly different from everything else. So, I had a friend translate the song and I sang it in chinese, along with traditional chinese accompaniment. I think it turned out really good.

Feel free to link back to your own work for me to take a listen.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gxVjP1cYMec#at=232
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#2
Hah, well done, something original and it's very good. I know the song well, really refreshing to hear it like this, decent quality mixing aswell
#3
Wow. When I clicked this thread I expected a metal remix or something, which isn't very original anymore. Well done! The drums that kick in on 1:49 sound very strange with the folk sounds, but I like it.
#4
Wow. Its great. I can't believe how authentic is sounds and how just peaceful and smooth. You could put babies to sleep with it. That's something to be proud of. I like the drum kick when they come in. It gives it a nice build up, it could of went straight to distorted guitars and it would have still been cool, but Im glad it didn't. Its very pretty.

Well ****ing Done.

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#5
Quote by caw1
Wow. Its great. I can't believe how authentic is sounds and how just peaceful and smooth. You could put babies to sleep with it. That's something to be proud of.


Thank you very much, dude! I'll check yours out when I get home tonight.
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