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    Quote Originally Posted by scole View Post
    Pretty much any Hendrix cover by SRV:

    I fucking LOVE that cover. He absolutely nails the vibe, while still sounding like himself. However, the 800lb gorilla of Hendrix covers is...

    Noodles

    So live for today,
    Tomorrow never comes.
    Die young, die young,
    Can't you see the writing in the air?
    Die young, gonna die young,
    Someone stopped the fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    It's a skit. They're comedians. Ever heard of The Young Ones, or Bottom? Same guys. It was a tv-movie made in the 80's. In fact, it preceded Spinal Tap by about 6 months, they just didn't have their budget
    That makes me feel better that this was intentional.

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    Always dug Sevendust's cover of Johnny Cash's cover of "Hurt", which introduced me to that C#-G#-C#-F#-B-C# tuning that's pretty slick. Same one they use for "Angel's Son"



    Big Wreck doing a dark version of "Shout" is pretty killer.



    And this is a classic that people rarely know is a cover-

    https://youtu.be/lcWVL4B-4pI
    "It's ONE WHOLE MILLIMETER"

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    [QUOTE=scole;1621518]


    Absolutely my favorite cover that's better than the original:



    Oh man, good call! I love that version!
    "The greatest power one may possess -- in any situation -- is simply not to care what happens.

    "In fact, it's the only power, all others being a semblance and mockery of it. But you must also not care about possessing the power itself. So fuck it."

    Thomas Ligotti

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    On a sillier note, this still makes me giggle...


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    Alexandra Zerner, damn, she's impress me a.lot. And always so relaxed and composed, no need for playing up to the camera..






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