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    The Groovie Ghoulies do a good job with Neil Diamond's Hello Again and Billy Bragg's New England. And they do a good cover of 2000 Man too.
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    The Groovie Ghoulies the 70s cartoon?

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    No, the band.
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    Smut is good. Todd Jordan's Avatar
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    Oh. I got excited there for a moment.

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    Bananarama's cover of the Sex Pistol's "No Feelings" is hella rad.

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    Rock! Shock! Pop!

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    Nice. I give that an A+.
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    One of my all time favorite covers is Entombed doing Roky's Night Of The Vampire. They usually did a swell job on anything they covered, the Jerry's Kids tune Lost is another great one.

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    Death covering Pain Killer on The Sound of Perserverance is pretty fucking awesome.
    I have to brag about this once in a while, but I actually have a bashed up to fuck drum cymbal that Richard Christy used on the Sound of Perseverance tour signed by Christy. I got it at a benefit for Chuck at the Brass Mug for Tampa in Oct. 2001, right before he died.

    But yeah, that cover of Painkiller is freaking sweet.

    I found a really awesome cover of Radiohead doing Wish you Were Here the other week on youtube.

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