Discussion in 'Other Music' started by Agent, Apr 21, 2012.
Yeah that guy's pretty damn good.
Not bad, talented to say the least.
His voice has a Kidz Bop quality I can't enjoy, but the actual instrumental talent and what he did with Mikes verse was top nitch. Very well done, if it wasn't for his weird singing voice it would superior to the original in every way.
^ Just imagine Chester over that instrumental. My gawd.
The first cover that came to my mind when I saw this thread.
OAN: "Enjoy the Silence" is probably one of the most covered songs.
He needs to learn how to rap before he calls himself a one man band. JK JK
but seriously, that was amazing
OH. MY. GOD. That BID cover is AMAZING!
Never thought I'd hear a rock band cover Massive Attack and do it well, but HOLY SHIT.
Yeng Constantino's How To Love
Originally from Lil Wayne
Yeng is always cute and all. lol.
Apocalyptica's Nothing Else Matters
Originally from Metallica
This probably my wedding song. lol. It's romantic.
Originally Justin Bieber ft. Ludacris
Her voice is similar to JB and she does the rapping, too!
Tae Brooks's How To Love Ft Juke
Originally from Lil Wayne
His voice is just too cute, innocent and soft. lol.
August Burns Red's amazing cover of Britney Spears' "Baby One More Time"
Silverstein's Kayne West cover "Runaway" (imo one of the best punk goes... covers)
Rise Against: "The Ballad of Hollis Brown" (originally by Bob Dylan). Simply amazing! It's on the sampler "Chimes of Freedom" where several artist covered Bob Dylan songs in celebration of Amnesty International's 50th anniversary.
They are all sisters. That's a lot of kids. Haha
Oh hia Lisa.
Personally I'd go for Christina.
A fine example of a group completely tarnishing a song and, more importantly, its meaning and tone by adding "their own twist" to it. What was originally written as a sexy tease of a song now makes me feel like I'm in the middle of a Satanic whorehouse asking to be hit by a spiked whip one more time.
Quite the opposite with the case of the "How to Love" cover, however - it may be a kid with a small voice singing (much, MUCH better than Lil Wayne's original, I might add), it is still clear with its message, possibly clearer than Wayne's drawling voice made it appear on the original.
Two of the most talented artists out there. I love this video so much.
Their version has a completely different tone. It actually has it's own ABR-feel to it (minus the lyrics), which is why it's so amazing.
Btw: ABR is actually a true and honest Christian metalcore band!
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