#1
Post your thoughts on favorite covers. Mine include;

Red Hot Chili Peppers("Love Rollercoaster" by the Ohio Players)
Van Halen("You Really Got Me" by the Kinks)

More to come.
#2
I love the Breeder's cover of "Happiness is a Warm Gun"
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#6
I quite like Arch Enemy's cover of Incarnated Solvent Abuse by Carcasss, but that isnt really modern rock aha

Dream Theater do a bloody briliant cover of Muse's Stockholm Syndrome
#7
Faith No More - War Pigs
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#8
Natalie Imbruglia - Torn

What?
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Natalie Imbruglia - Torn

What?

Thats a cover?
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#13
Myles Kennedy's - Hallelujah
Shinedown - Simple Man


All the rest are from metal bands
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#16
I can tell you what the worst cover ever was.....Hallowed be thy name by cradle of filth. Do not try to duplicate Dickinson's mastery of the vocal arts. \m/
#18
Jesus Christ Pose - Dillinger Escape Plan
War Pigs - Faith No More
Kick out the jams - Rage Against The Machine
Landslide - Smashing Pumpkins
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#19
If You Want Me To Stay - RHCP (Sly and the Family Stone)
Where Did You Sleep Last Night? - Nirvana (tradtional American folk song)
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#21
Scarlet Begonias - Sublime
Higher Ground - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Badfish/Boss DJ - Jack Johnson
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#22
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Pearl Jam's cover of "Last Kiss" is epic.


+1

and their cover of Crown of thorns too!
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#23
SCARLET BEGONIAS - Sublime
Last Kiss - Pearl Jam
Love Song - 311 (maybe i'm just a sap.)
I Alone - Live
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#24
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Myles Kennedy's - Hallelujah
Shinedown - Simple Man



Those were the exact 2 I was going to post.
#25
I like when Nirvana covered Lake of Fire by the Leadbellies (i think) in the MTV Unplugged session. It's so bluesy, and its really fun to play, especially the solo.
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#26
Oops I Did It Again - Children of Bodom.

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I like when Nirvana covered Lake of Fire by the Leadbellies (i think) in the MTV Unplugged session. It's so bluesy, and its really fun to play, especially the solo.

Meat puppets

Where did you sleep last night was by the lead bellies.
#27
Yeah, I don't know why I got those two mixed up.
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#28
Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower by Dylan

That version is so good, Dylan should give it to him!
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#29
The Hard Lessons - Hey Hey, My My
Nirvana - Lake of Fire
Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower
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#30
Walk - Pantera (Covered by Fallout Boy)
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#31
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Dude thats just wrong. Dimebag was probably hitting about 1000000000000000000000 rpms when they did that.
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#32
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=_Fz7FzVCbV0

It's just a 50 second clip of the intro and first verse.

Lol, they don't do badly at all, but the OTT reactions from Pantera fanboys are hilarious.
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Lol, they don't do badly at all, but the OTT reactions from Pantera fanboys are hilarious.

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#34
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I like when Nirvana covered Lake of Fire by the Leadbellies (i think) in the MTV Unplugged session. It's so bluesy, and its really fun to play, especially the solo.

It's Leadbelly you're thinking of, but he didn't do 'Lake of Fire' first, I think The Meat Puppets did it. Leadbelly did 'Where Did You Sleep Last Night' and others.
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#36
soundgarden's cover of the beatles come together. i hate the beatles but this cover is so heavy sounding