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List of AWESOME remakes of 60-90's songs


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Hey GUYS! I think I have a cool idea...

Lets put a list together of songs that have been remade to today's music styles. Basicly, anything from the past, generaly youll find 60's through 90's songs of course.

Here are a few off the top of my head... (Im mostly into metal/rock, but post rap, country, rock, WHATEVER!)

311 - Love Song (Oirigionally The Cure)
Arch Enemy - Symphony of Destruction (Origionally Megadeth)
Jay Z - Just Died in Your Arms Tonight" (Origionally Cutting Crew)
Jimmy Hendrix - All Along the Watch Tower (Origionaly Bob Dylan)
Korn - One (Origionaly Metallica)
Korn - Ear Ache my Eye (Origionaly Cheech & Chong)
Metallica - Turn the Page (Origionally Bob Seger)
MxPx - Take on me (Origionally A-Ha)
Nirvana - The Man Who Sold the World (Origionally David Bowie)
Nonpoint - In the Air Tonight (Origionally Phill Colins)
Pantera - Planet Caravan (Origionally Black Sabath)
Papoose - Love is a Battle Field (Origionally Pat Benatar)
Run DMC - Walk this way (Origionaly Aerosmith)
Tori Amos - Love Song (Oirigionally The Cure)

KEEP EM COMMMIN BOYS!!!

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311 - Love Song (Oirigionaly The Cure)


even better version is by tori amos.

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"Just Died In Your Arm's Tonight" - Jay Z

"Love Is A Battle Field" - Papoose

"The Man Who Sold The World" - Nirvana

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Nonpoint - In the Air Tonight (Origionaly Phill Colins)


This is one of my faves, NP did a really good job of keeping the original element of the Collins version and adding their own particular style around the original sound

edit: while I'm at it:

Turn the Page: Metallica (Original Bob Seger)

Walk this Way: Run DMC (Original Aerosmith), had to include this one because of the impact on the waning poplularity

All Along the Watchtower: Jimi Hendrix (Original Bob Dylan)

A personal fave....

Take On Me: MxPx (Original A-ha)

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i got bored in class, so this is off the top of my head.

Lemon Heads - Mrs. Robinson (Simon and Garfunkle)
New Found Glory - That Thing You Do
New Found Glory - Never Ending Story Theme Song
New Found Glory - I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
New Found Glory - The Goonies 'R' Good Enough
New Found Glory - The Glory Of Love (Chicago)
New Found Glory - (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
New Found Glory - My Heart Will Go On
Cake - I will survive
Cake - The Guitar Man
Tori Amos - Losing my religion (R.E.M)
Tori Amos - Smells like teen spirit (nirvana)
Tori Amos - Landslide (fleetwood mac)
The Smashing Pumpkins - Landslide (fleetwood mac)
Goldfinger - 99 Red Ballons
My Chemical Romance and The Used - Under Pressure (David Bowie)
H2O - Like a Prayer (Madonna)
Counting Crows - Big Yellow Taxi (Joni Mitchell)
Blind Melon - Lemon Tree
Alien Ant Farm - Smooth Criminal (Michael Jackson)
Offspring - Total Immortal (AFI)
Offspring - Next to You (The Police)
Social Distortion - Ring of Fire (Johnny Cash)
Branston - King of Pain (The Police)
Alanis Morissette - King of Pain (The Police)
Johnny Cash - Hurt (Nine Inch Nails)
Michael Hedges - All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
Michael Hedges - Pinball Wizard (The Who)
Dave Matthews Band - All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Higher Ground (Stevie Wonder)
Metallica - Breadfan (Budgie)
Nirvana - Lake of Fire (Meat Puppets)
Korn - Another Brick in the Wall (Pink Floyd)
Gob - Paint it Black (Rolling Stones)
Limp Bizkit - Behind Blue Eyes (The Who)
Ben Folds - Tiny Dancer (Elton John)
The Living End - Sunday Bloody Sunday (U2)
Marilyn Manson - Sweet Dreams (The Eurythmics)
Marilyn Manson - Tainted Love (Soft Cell)
Shinedown - Simple Man (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
No Doubt - Come on Eileen (Save Ferris)
Live - I Walk the Line (Johnny Cash)
Pearl Jam - Last Kiss
Presidents of the United States of America - Cleveland Rocks (Mott the Hopple)
Phish - Gin and Juice (Snoop Dogg)
Reel Big Fish - Take Me On (A-ha)
Jane's Addiction - Smypathy for the Devil (Rolling Stones)
Fuel - We Three Kings
Gov't Mule - What is Hip? (Tower of Power)

Cover bands:

Me First and the Gimmie Gimmies

Tribute bands:

Badfish - Sublime tribute
Darkstar Orchestra - Greatful Dead tribute
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd tribute
Kashmir- Zeppelin tribure
Hard Days Night - Beatles tribute

i will come up with some more later.

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GREAT SCOTT!!! Thats a good list ;) Ill aphabitize and oragnize latere. Kinda need sleep right now.

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Hand on your Heart - Jose Gonzalez

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Kris Kristofferson was a great songwriter, but he didn't play his own songs very well.
Me and Bobbie McGee is a good example. I think the definitive version of it is Roger Miller's. Sunday Morning Coming Down by Johnny Cash is also a good Kristofferson rehash.

Willie Nelson's version of Always on My Mind is good, and more recently Shinedown did a pretty good version of Simple Man by Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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Iron and Wine - Such Great Heights (The Postal Service)

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I didnt like Snoop Doggs cover of "Riders Of The Storm" cause Jim Morrison is a lyrical god but it grew on me.. you should download it if you havent heard it yet...its gota good beat.




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