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Posted by Dreamwar_86 on 20.01.2007 at 09:17
i just find out some cover songs i never imagined they were actually covers here some

Temple of the king - Rainbow Mago de oz did it they called (el templo del adios)

Wuthering Heights - Kate bush Angra did it

My Number one - Helena paparizou Dream evil did it

that last one freaked me out lol

so what about you?



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Wraith000

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From: Pakistan

  23.05.2012 at 03:09
Written by Nazeef on 20.06.2007 at 03:25

"Oops I did it again" (Britney Spears Cover) by C.O.B
Oh!! I remebered! another brand new cool one-----> Beat it (Michael Jackson Cover) by Inactive Messiah!!
a great band from Greece------> Coup de Coeur chez Metallian!!


was looking for the beat it cover found one by jameson (band)

also another one Mortal Kombat Theme (Metal Cover) by Ryashon
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arwestromen

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From: Sweden

  23.05.2012 at 14:45
Joan Jett-I love rock 'n roll
Had no Idea it was a cover until a few weeks ago
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John Doe

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Age: 17
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  23.05.2012 at 14:47
Written by arwestromen on 23.05.2012 at 14:45

Joan Jett-I love rock 'n roll
Had no Idea it was a cover until a few weeks ago

I had no idea until right now :/
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Marcel Hubregtse
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  23.05.2012 at 14:48
Written by arwestromen on 23.05.2012 at 14:45

Joan Jett-I love rock 'n roll
Had no Idea it was a cover until a few weeks ago


I wonder how many people know Venus by Banarama is a cover or how many people know Tainted Love by Soft Cell is a cover. I am willing to bet that''s even more people than those not know I Love Rock ''n'' Roll was orignnally by The Arrows.
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chronic-headache

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  24.05.2012 at 23:39
Room 429 - SYL (never heard of Cop shoot Cop)
Opeth - Circle of the Tyrant and Remember Tomorrow (it was years later after I first heard opeth that I would listen to Iron Maiden, still have yet to get around to Celtic Frost)
Cill O' Connor

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From: Ireland

  25.05.2012 at 00:54
Okay so I kind've copped from the first listen that there was something different about this song to the rest of the album, but I didn't know it was a Tank cover. Might have to look into Tank now, cause this song fuckin' rocks!

Oaken
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  15.06.2012 at 00:53
Turisas's cover of Boney M's Rasputin. Actually Turisas do it much energy and inject it with a vibe of energy.
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SuicidalCyco
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  21.06.2012 at 00:24
First time i heard Riot of Violence i thought it was by Napalm Death, but then heard Kreator's.
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Brütal Legend

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  04.07.2012 at 02:45
The Nile Song by Voivod.
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Draven Edge

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From: Canada

  12.03.2013 at 01:35
Megadeth's "I ain't Superstitious" is actually an old blues song, I think it was written by Howlin Wolf.....
Rhiannon

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Age: 25
From: Hungary

  12.03.2013 at 13:51
"Broad Sword' by Turisas. I was thinking, wow, nice ballad, sounds so different that their other songs, then I read it's a Jethro Tull cover
Also, "The Wild Rover" is my favourite Týr song, and I didn't know for a long time that it's a traditional irish song.
Joodicator

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  07.11.2013 at 01:27
I'm going to go with...

Katatonia - Nightmares By the Sea (Jeff Buckley)
Muse - Feeling Good (Anthony Newley) (bear in mind that my musical knowledge was very young when I found this out/I listened to Muse a lot)
In Vain - Wayphearing Stranger (traditional; also a misspelling)
Rammstein - Das Modell (Depeche Mode)
Mad Max - Fox On the Run (Sweet)

Let's leave it at that for now.
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Infernal Eternal

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  21.01.2014 at 20:01
Saxon - Ride like the wind. I still prefer the Saxon version though.
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Infernal Eternal

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  26.01.2014 at 13:25
Oh, and Tankard - Alcohol. That's how I discovered Gang Green.
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JohnDoe

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  26.01.2014 at 13:30
Written by Joodicator on 07.11.2013 at 01:27


Rammstein - Das Modell (Depeche Mode)



that's a Kraftwerk cover
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Joodicator

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Age: 21
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  26.01.2014 at 16:19
Written by JohnDoe on 26.01.2014 at 13:30

Written by Joodicator on 07.11.2013 at 01:27


Rammstein - Das Modell (Depeche Mode)



that's a Kraftwerk cover

Oh wait, Stripped is the Depeche Mode cover. Sorry, I'm dumb and clearly can't deduce that the German song would be by the German band.
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JohnDoe

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  26.01.2014 at 16:20
Quote:
Quote:
Written by Joodicator on 07.11.2013 at 01:27


Rammstein - Das Modell (Depeche Mode)



that's a Kraftwerk cover

Oh wait, Stripped is the Depeche Mode cover. Sorry, I'm dumb and clearly can't deduce that the German song would be by the German band.


there is an English version of the song as well
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Infernal Eternal

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  29.01.2014 at 18:00
The Oppressors - Hell
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MesiasDesmorphus

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  03.02.2014 at 12:16
Ohm (sommar med Siv) by Shining. Didn't realize it was a cover for about a whole year lol
Aristarchos

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  03.02.2014 at 19:52
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 23.05.2012 at 14:48

Written by arwestromen on 23.05.2012 at 14:45

Joan Jett-I love rock 'n roll
Had no Idea it was a cover until a few weeks ago


I wonder how many people know Venus by Banarama is a cover or how many people know Tainted Love by Soft Cell is a cover. I am willing to bet that''s even more people than those not know I Love Rock ''n'' Roll was orignnally by The Arrows.

I knew about The Arrows but had no idea about Tainted Love
Karlabos
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Age: 25
From: Brazil

  02.04.2014 at 04:45
Just discovered that the song "X" by Spite Extreme Wing is a cover of one song of The Beatles

What can I do? Not exactly a Beatles follower. Also the song title beiing X doesn't leave that much trace.
Vombatus
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  02.04.2014 at 17:08
Written by Karlabos on 02.04.2014 at 04:45

Just discovered that the song "X" by Spite Extreme Wing is a cover of one song of The Beatles


Same thing for me, hadn't heard the original before this song so had no idea (it did sound a little off compared to the rest ). Great album anyway.

Another good one is Celtic Frost's Mexican Radio:



I dislike when bands simply copy the song they are covering without no significant changes (happens a lot when metal bands cover another metal band) but when they do something completely different it's really cool to compare both !
Fallen Ghost

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  02.04.2014 at 18:34
Eternal Tears Of Sorrow - Sick, Dirty and Mean (Originally by Accept)

Eternal Tears Of Sorrow - Black Tears (Originally by Edge Of Sanity, also covered by Heaven Shall Burn)
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