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Covered, Revolutions In Sound: Warner Bros. Records, The First Fifty Years

Warner Bros. 512896

Released on April 7, 2009


The Flaming Lips covering Madonna’s “Borderline”? The Used taking on the Talking Heads’ “Burning Down The House”? Taking Back Sunday recording Tom Petty’s “You Wreck Me”? Rarely can a tribute album be described as fresh and edgy, bold and filled with attitude, but those words apply to Covered, A Revolution In Sound: Warner Bros. Records, an album celebrating the golden anniversary of the label founded in 1958.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mastodon With Billy Gibbons -Just Got Paid (ZZ Top)  0%
2 Black Keys -Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles (Captain Beefheart)  0%
3 Michelle Branch -A Case Of You (Joni Mitchell)  0%
4 Against Me! -Here Comes A Regular (Replacements)  0%
5 Missy Higgins -More Than This (Roxy Music)  0%
6 James Otto -Into The Mystic (Van Morrison)  0%
7 Adam Sandler -Like A Hurricane (Neil Young)  0%
8 Taking Back Sunday -You Wreck Me (Tom Petty)  0%
9 Used -Burning Down The House (Talking Heads)  0%
10 Disturbed -Midlife Crisis (Faith No More)  0%
11 Avenged Sevenfold -Paranoid (Black Sabbath)  0%
12 Flaming Lips With Stardeath -Borderline (Madonna)  0%
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Tim from Milton, ON Canada 
Apr 24 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

A bit of a surprise, I bought this expecting to like only a small handful of songs, or as a collection piece since it has Against Me! and Taking Back Sunday on it, two bands that I really love.

What is surprising is that I really enjoy almost every song on this CD. Against Me! turns in the best song on the CD with their cover of The Replacements' here comes a regular. Their singer adding a kind of hoarse pain to the lyrics and Taking Back Sunday's cover of You Wreck Me is as you would expect fun fast and energetic. Other surprises come from Adam Sandlar, the funny man turns in a serious cover of Like a Hurriane which acctuall sounds like he put in a lot of effort to make it soulful. Michelle Branch with the cover of a case of you is also really good. Avenged Sevenfold puts out a formulaic cover of Black Sabbath but you really can't go wrong with the song.

It's not a perfect CD. Disturbed makes a horrible appearance here but I am not a fan of Disturbed ... in fact I quite dislike them so maybe my opinion of the song is a bit tainted.

Really I would give this a 3.5 or a 3.8 because it deserves more than a halfway but not quite a 4.

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