Many great Artists and Bands have had tribute paid to them via others covering an original song. Sometimes, the second or third or fourth (or more)
edition remains similar to the original while other times it veers wildly away from the original inspiration and it too, becomes an "original" in it's
own right. This thread is a place to share those songs and in the process, remember the original Artists, while also appreciating (or not) the new
versions that have come after. To start: here are a few favorites I've pulled from this
edit on 8-9-2010 by LadySkadi because: (no reason given)
This is only the tip of the tip of the iceberg. I could put up hundreds - that's what happens when you are a collector of music like I am, they're
everywhere - but I won't, as that would cost me days of my precious time to do and what is up is enough, for now.
Joe South - Hush
Deep Purple - Hush - 1969
Then, they redid it again, in 1988.
Nektar - The King Of Twilight
Iron Maiden - The King Of Twilight
U2 - Red Hill Mining Town
Dream Theater - Red Hill Mining Town
Dream Theater feat. Barney Greenway from Napalm Death
Metallica - Damage, Inc.
Pantera - Cemetary Gates
Dream Theater W/ Russell Allen(Symphony X), Burton C. Bell(Fear Factory) and MegaDave Mustaine
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