Monday, June 13, 2005

Weirdo-electro Monday

I've been amused by industrial and electronic covers lately, so I'm foisting them upon you. Some of these are Faustesque or Negativlandy and some are just industrogoth techno and so on. All are pretty strange.

  • Dimthings "Superstition" (Stevie Wonder cover)

  • Plastics "Last Train to Clarksville" (Monkees cover)

  • Coercion "Cars" (Gary Numan cover)

  • Jeff and Jane Hudson "The Girl [Boy] from Ipanema" (de Moraes/Gimbel/Jobim)

  • Sun Yama "Subterranean Homesick Blues" (Bob Dylan cover)

  • Second Delay "Born to be Alive" (Patrick Hernandez cover)

  • Dark Distant Spaces "Space Age Love Song" (Flock of Seagulls cover)

  • Familiar Faces "Mad World" (Tears for Fears cover)

  • Battery "Gangsta's Paradise" (Coolio cover)

  • Pinker Tone "Louie Louie" (Kingsmen cover)

  • Sista Mannen Pa Jordon "I Want You to Want Me" (Cheap Trick cover)

  • Turner "Right by Your Side" (Eurythmics cover)
    Now, I'm all for a band covering a song and making it their own, but I'm not so down with someone taking the lyrics from a song and completely rewriting the music. But whatever.
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