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antiGUY gives his top 5 list of music stuff.
Could be songs, people, a stupid trend... nothing is sacred to antiGUY
Months Top 5
I am not a big fan of cover
tunes. Very few artist can pull it off convincingly and more often than
not they end up butchering the original song. There have been exceptions,
Faith No More's remake of "Easy" was cool, as well as the Spinners cover
of the Four Seasons classic "Working my way back to you." This time
around we look at my list of the worst remakes in the history of rock.
I am sure you all can come up with a different list, so I encourage you
to post yours below. I know some of you won't agree with my picks. What
can I say its a matter of taste. I simply can't listen to cheap imitations
of the originals.
5 worst song remakes.
5. Tina Turner's remake of "Missing you".
I wasn't a big fan of the original song but this remake was unlistenable.
Tina is usually great, but she must have been having a bad day when she
4. NOFX's remake of Vincent. It was a nice
try but like our number one song, Don Mclean is not someone you should
cover. It's close to heresy.
3. Limp Bizkit's remake of "Faith". The
original was pretty lame, the Limp Bizkit version brings lame to a whole
2. Mariah Carey's remake of "Open
Arms". I'm sure we could fill an entire list with this women's butchering
of songs, but this one was her worst attempt to date.
the number one worst song remake.
Madonna's remake of "American Pie" you
just can't take a classic like that and make it a disco song. It is the
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