Cover Songs: Part 1

Whether you like it or not some of the most loved songs end up being covered by a different artist. The outcome can be cringe worthy or an added touch to an already great song. Sometimes a totally different genre will go and do the remake as well (see: Johnny Cash and Bill Withers). Below is a list of the original song followed by the remake. Which version do you like better?

“One” originally released by Three Dog Night

“One” covered by Filter

“Careless Whisper” originally released by George Michael

“Careless Whisper” covered by Seether

“Landslide” originally released by Fleetwood Mac

“Landslide” covered by The Smashing Pumpkins

“I Am The Walrus” originally released by The Beatles

“I Am The Walrus” covered by Oasis (Live)

“The Boys of Summer” originally released by Don Henley

“The Boys of Summer” covered by The Ataris

“Don’t Worry Baby” originally released by The Beach Boys

“Don’t Worry Baby” covered by Rivers Cuomo

“Rocky Mountain Way” originally released by Joe Walsh

“Rocky Mountain Way” covered by Godsmack

“Roll Over Beethoven” originally released by Chuck Berry

“Roll Over Beethoven” covered by Electric Light Orchestra

“Bohemian Rhapsody” originally released by Queen

“Bohemian Rhapsody” covered by The Muppets

“Ghostbusters” originally released by Ray Parker Jr.

“Ghostbusters” covered by Hoobastank

 

 

 

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