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Here's one that I love the lyrics to, not to mention the music, but check out the words:

 

* On the wires I can hear you comin'

With a rush and a strummin'

This electric phase ain't no teenage craze

In your house a phone is ringin'

Just a hot touch that keeps lingerin'

You said loving's easy only if you please

All I need is communication

Not a line on your reputation

I don't want a handshake

There ain't no big mistake

 

**There's no illusion in this wild confusion

Who knows I'm crazy, no chance of maybe

 

I'd like to know you better

But I"m goin' down so fast

Help me now to feel it, I just can't conceal it

Sweet time I've got to show you how it's really got to be

Just let me be alone, left with your dialing tone

 

** Repeat

 

[iNSTRUMENTAL]

 

* Repeat

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I like Johnny Cash's HURT by NIN

eeeewww...he disgraced NIN...

 

and all TOOL songs 0wn!

 

uall need to check out a gr8 band called OPETH(death metal, very orchaestric) and an european band called HIM!

 

theyre my fav. bands, beside MANSON!

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Yngwie Malmstein with Klaus Mein on vocals killing it on The Sails of Charon. Not exactly a cover song since the Scorpions did it originally, but Yngwie does have that certain "clean" touch that gives it new life! :mrgreen:

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eminem doing 'sing for the moment', originally a song by aerosmith called 'dream on'...hehe.

 

and HIM doing 'rebel yell' by bill idol.

 

and disturbed doing 'shout 2000' by shout - tears for fears :-P

 

p.s. just kidding on 1st song, altho i do kinda like it hehe

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Well...maybe Cash isn't pure country....

 

http://www.artistdirect.com/store/artist/a...1744122,00.html

 

and Rick Rubin is the producer...

 

The co-founder of the legendary Def Jam label, producer Rick Rubin was among the key figures behind the commercial and artistic rise of hip-hop, lending his signature rap/metal style to many of the biggest records of the pre-gangsta era. Born Frederick Jay Rubin on Long Island, New York in 1963, he was attending New York University when he and Russell Simmons founded Def Jam in 1984.

 

http://www.artistdirect.com/music/artist/a...,487645,00.html

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I find Tool's songs to be big downers. However, I do like the songs "AEnema" and "Die Eier von Satan", the latter being a cake recipe sung in German (very creative).

 

Has anyone heard Wall of Voodoo's cover of Cash's "Ring of Fire"? It's AWESOME!

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My sons' father wants to know which album contains that Tool remake of "No Quarter"? He's a BIG Tool fan. :blink:

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I made a very bad mistake! I didn't know anything about Tool when I recorded that song. I just got done doing a little research on them and have discovered they are on of the most blasphemous bands there is! I erased the song. And I recant my recommendation. :mrsgreen::(

aww, cmon' theres more to music than just loox...

 

TOOL is onea the most powerful bands out there.

 

and aenima is tools gr8est song ever!

 

also, listen to hooker with a pen*s, eulogy, stinkfist, the swamp song, schism, parabola, the grudge, and ino theres many other I forgot the titles to....

 

TOOL OWNS! :P

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and aenima is tools gr8est song ever!

 

also, listen to hooker with a pen*s, eulogy, stinkfist, the swamp song, schism, parabola, the grudge, and ino theres many other I forgot the titles to....

 

 

aenima is a great song. i've heard the rest, but they're still too much of a downer for me. my sons' father says tool is just "heavily introspective"... :blink::huh:

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Well...maybe Cash isn't pure country....

 

If he ain't, who is?

 

In passing, check out Merle's latest on the punk imprint that picked him up after Nashville abandoned him.

 

Has anyone heard Wall of Voodoo's cover of Cash's "Ring of Fire"? It's AWESOME!

Yes and yes.

 

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