So what song Have I decided to unleash on you this week? Well, I've always been a HUGE fan of THE CULT and upon hearing the new single from their forthcoming album, I went on a kick - and everybody knows when I go on a kick, I have to throw in some covers of their tunes while I'm at it. So with that being said, I have to say it was a pretty tough choice. There are a ton of covers out there from "She Sells Sanctuary" to "Love Removal Machine", even "Sweet Soul Sister"
Welcome to the very first edition of Cover Vs. Cover! So here's the deal - Take a listen to the original, then there will be two cover versions of that song - and You decide which you like better in the Comments section! Pretty simple, really... Suggestions are also very welcome!
The Original - "Daddy Cool", Originally recorded by German Disco-pop artist BONEY M. for their 1976 album "Take The Heat Off Me" - It became a staple of bad Disco 'tunes (Not that I'd
So, I haven't really been too horribly active the last few months (Sometimes, unfortunately life gets in the way of things you love). However, I'm thinking it's about high time to start switching gears & bring some Twisted fun back to the land of the Renegades!
SO, with that said, I'll be starting up a new feature (Weekly? Semi-weekly?) Feature over here.. What feature? Well, here's the cool part - YOU get to jump on in and vote!
What might you be voting on? Well,
Santana - "Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics Of All Time"
01. Whole Lotta Love Feat. Chris Cornell
02. Can't You Hear Me Knocking Feat. Scott Weiland
03. Sunshine Of Your Love Feat. Rob Thomas
04. While My Guitar Gently Weeps Feat. India Arie & Yo-Yo Ma
05. Back In Black Feat. Nas & Janelle Monae
06. Riders On The Storm Feat. Chester Bennington & Ray Manzarek
07. Smoke On The Water Feat. Jacoby Shaddix
Written by Sean Twisted
The Fuzztones have certainly achieved legendary status as Cult faves during their 30 year career. Their fiery brand of Garage-Psych Punk pre-dated the entire "Garage Revival" of the 1980's and has influenced hundreds of groups, some quite famous.
Born in the summer of 1980 in the bowels of NYC's Lower East side, The Fuzztones were soon regulars at legendary NYC hotspots such as CBGB, and