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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Man_on_the_Silva_Mountain, Mar 31, 2020.
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Yep, that definitely ruins the song.
I love the Testament version as well, but IMO, it didn't really change genres. Testament played it pretty much straight up to the original albeit speed up a little. The original Aerosmith version is just as heavy IMO.
Since we're on the subject, here's my preferred cover of that song from '87.
Gillian Welch covers Radiohead
In the same vein
This cover of Van Halen’s Jump came out only a few months after VH’s but it feels more timeless to me. Huge genre shift. I love the solo that kicks in at 3:30
Little Suzi - Tesla
Fire and Rain - Badlands
No mention of the grand pappy of them all? Let me fix that:
I'm a fan of this classic version:
I find this has an urgency the original lacks that better matches the lyrical content
I'm probably reeeeeeaaaaaallllllyyyyy stretching some of these. They retain the same spirit of the original but slight shifts regarding tonal qualities that fit a particular genre...
Like... more dramatic than the S&G version
And... more psychedelic and dreamier than the CSN version (one of my ALL TIME favorite covers!)
Cheating a little bit with this one...
But probably more like what you are looking for
Wasn't the flip he's a whore with cheap trick artwork?
all seasons of AV Clubs covers series are intereting,but this is my favorite band/song.She kicks in th grit at just the right time