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Strat_Monkey
UG's Moody Bastard
Join date: Dec 2003
710 IQ
#2
Alice In Chains! Amazing...
Feel free to ignore my ranting.

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guitarfreakktb
UG Newbie
Join date: May 2006
199 IQ
#6
Something in the Way - Nirvana
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NaivexLi
One of UG's Viola Players
Join date: Nov 2006
302 IQ
#10
So did Nirvana with great highlights like "Where Did You Sleep Last Night"

Pearl Jam I have not seen entirely through, but "Black" was especially good.

But I think Alice In Chains takes the win with "Down In A Hole"
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Siftings
Banned
Join date: Jan 2007
588 IQ
#12
I vote for Oh Me - Nirvana. It's a great cover, better than the original
LORD V4DER
Waste of sperm & eggs
Join date: Oct 2006
275 IQ
#15
"Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam" -Nirvana

Saddest song ever written...bar none.
BrainDamage
Knirps for moisture
Join date: Aug 2004
4,254 IQ
#16
Tears In Heaven- Eric Clapton. If you felt no emotion during that song, then you have no soul.

I also like All Apologies from Nirvana's Unplugged album.
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Brokensoul665
Suck It Up...
Join date: Jan 2007
10 IQ
#17
down in a hole- alice in chains. their voices are so amazing, and the harmony is just crazy. i grew up listening to them , thanks to the pops but the day i saw the unplugged session...wow.
Abe
Come Here and Say That...
Join date: Apr 2003
1,564 IQ
#19
Yeah, not really a big AIC fan, but their DIAH on Unplugged is so hard not to love.
anoceanapart
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2007
145 IQ
#20
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Stevie Ray Vaughan.


I agree with this guy.
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yawn
Be back later.
Join date: Sep 2005
2,701 IQ
#21
*gasp*


No MTV bashing...?


Anyways, I've only heard Eric Clapton's and Nirvana's. So, yeah...
Zar Mulix
Wannabe Bum
Join date: Aug 2006
102 IQ
#22
AIC - nutshell
AIC - down in a hole

I think most would agree.
Blues Breaker
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2007
289 IQ
#23
Neil Youngs whole set is awsome. Claptons isnt far behind though!
krymson
UG Addict
Join date: Apr 2006
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#25
I've only ever heard Nirvana's, its a pretty good idea on MTV's part.
ogrish14
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2007
10 IQ
#28
Quote by BrainDamage
I also like All Apologies from Nirvana's Unplugged album.

I second that.
Fik0n
Registered User
Join date: Jul 2005
50 IQ
#30
Quote by yawn
No MTV bashing...?

Probably becouse the unplugged shows are one of the few things they've done proper.
DownInAHole.
swag on my dick
Join date: Jul 2006
2,756 IQ
#31
Quote by Fik0n
Probably becouse the unplugged shows are one of the few things they've done proper.

until they did Alicia Keys and Dashboard Confessional.
LOL
Sid Vicouis
Banned
Join date: Nov 2006
547 IQ
#33
The Needle and The Damage Done - Neil Young
Heaven Besid you, and Down In A Hole - Alice In Chains
Plateau - Nirvana
slash321
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2006
133 IQ
#36
Alice in chains - Nutshell
Alice in chains - would
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UG's Feedback *****
Join date: May 2006
891 IQ
#37
'Where Did You Sleep Last Night' has got to be one of the best covers performed on Unplugged and Eric Clapton's whole set was pretty impressive. I would have liked Nirvana play 'Lithium' there though. It would have been great to hear them play that acoustic.
brr3321
Registered User
Join date: Sep 2006
75 IQ
#39
What about the man who sold the world by Nirvana? that pennyroyal tea and where did you sleep last night were my favorites from the unplugged cd but the whole cd is amazing. Oh and the man who sold the world is a David Bowie cover.