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    "Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles" - Captain Beefheart;
    Black Keys covering (Although I've got to say I still prefer the Captain's version.)

    "Earache My Eye" - Cheech and Chong;
    covered by Korn
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    I've gotten a kick out of all of Rock Sugar's covers.. This one is Till Tuesday's "Voices Carry" and "Welcome to the Jungle" (Guns n Roses)

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    just listened to this which reminded me of this thread...

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    Andy Kaufman - "goofing on Elvis".
    While this is more of an impersonator cover, it is done only as Andy could do, IMO.

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    This great thread keeps rollin', love it!

    Here just brilliant rendition Snoop Dogg's Gin and Juice, by The Gourds:
    (The lyrics are not family friendly or safe for work. You've been warned, now enjoy and giggle)

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    Lovage covering Berlin - Sex (I'm A Man)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGoZfVDijDg

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    -Jay
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    Together on one double neck guitar - Stevie Ray & Jimmy Vaughn Cover

    Chantay's - "Pipeline"
    (previously covered by The Ventures and also, Dick Dale among others.)


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    Frank Zappa covering STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

    If you aren't grateful for what you've got, nothing that may be coming down the pike will likely do the trick for you.

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    and FZ doing I AM THE WALRUS

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    How about a cover of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" by Rasputina? The cello really works well here!

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    If you aren't grateful for what you've got, nothing that may be coming down the pike will likely do the trick for you.

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    Cool thread.

    Urge Overkill's cover of Hot Chocolate's "Emma" is a favorite:
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    Here another. Richard Thompson covering Britney Spears and killing.
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    No video but, a local band used the music from Black Sabbath's, "Sweet Leaf" and sang it with Blondie's "Heart of Glass". It was really cool.
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    Madison's favorite sludge rockers: Killdozer. They have many covers of classic songs but this cover is beyond awesome. Please note that some NSFW language is present.
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    Another very different, but very faithful, cover of a 13th Floor Elevators tune.
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    The video isn't the greatest and I have boots with cleaner sounds but this is all I could find on the 'Tube. Here is a sweet version of Minutemen's "Jesus and Tequila".
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoovD View Post
    Here another. Richard Thompson covering Britney Spears and killing.
    "Oops!... I Did It Again" is the only song that I will do when coned (drunk enough) at a Karaoke.
    I can't carry a tune in bucket. But for some reason the worse I sing it, the better people like it ♪♫♪ ♪♫♪
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodfordReserve-Neat View Post
    "Oops!... I Did It Again" is the only song that I will do when coned (drunk enough) at a Karaoke.
    I can't carry a tune in bucket. But for some reason the worse I sing it, the better people like it ♪♫♪ ♪♫♪
    Did you really just admit to singing karaoke? Oh my.
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