Mike, Dustin, Lucas, and Max want to draw the Demodogs away from the gate, but Steve keeps them at the house for their own safety.
Why bother taking the time to write an original song when you can just recycle somebody else's hit, redo it with an acoustic guitar or, if it's an acoustic song, with an electric guitar and generate the same result? But it doesn't always work out as planned, especially if you don't bother to figure out what made the original song popular in the first place or in the case of our 1 choice, even bother to learn the damn lyrics first.
Below, 20 great songs that received sound butcherings by artists who should've known better. But even if it's a life or death situation, you might want to think twice before clicking play. While it may save your life, you will be haunted by the image of Celine Dion playing air guitar for the rest of your days.
Or did he ease into it over time, like a pair of his stretched-beyond-relief leather pants? But then came the "shoulder pads and blow-dried '80s"-era Rod and this nauseating version of Tom Waits' "Downtown Train. It's like he remembers that there is such a thing as rocking out, has a vague sense that people used to enjoy it when he rocked out, but can't muster up enough enthusiasm to do anything other than awkwardly twitch his head back.
They struck gold with their cover of Springsteen's "Blinded by the Light," but one hit does not excuse the litany of brutal covers with which they've ear-raped us with before and since, from The Jam's "Going Underground" to Dylan's "It's All Over Now Baby Blue ".
But the absolute nadir is probably this, their slaughter of The Police's "Demolition Man," which somehow manages to beat out Sylvester Stallone for the title of worst Demolition Man ever.
She started off with a groundbreaking spark, pushing both boundaries and buttons. But for the last decade, she seems more like that Molly Shannon character on Continue Reading Below Advertisement SNL who can still high-kick in a leotard even though she's Why a woman with an exclusively gay fan base would cover an allegory about classic rock history is beyond us; it's not like you can make a retro-dance remix that radio DJs will play in exchange for bribes from the record company that bought your soul.
Maybe it's because your generation has a habit of mistaking glorified Mouseketeers for musicians. Or maybe it's because your generation gave rise to a version of the music industry that asparagus-pisses in the face of everything rock stands for.
Either way, it looks like Hilary's in the process of following her own advice and just f-f-f-fading away. So that you can act in an incoherent video that has nothing to do with the song?
Because you've already done that at least five times by now. If you're still practicing, stop: Were the Presidents seduced by the questionably hot chicks in the headbands and legwarmers? Was it the timely nature of the lyrics, which had become completely irrelevant by ?
Or, most likely, did the POTUS just assume you could drench anything in wink-nudge irony and the kids'd lap it up like bong resin? Regardless, adapting this '80s classic to fit the late '90s is like adapting the patent for the first automobile into a screenplay for a romantic comedy: So what I'm saying is it makes sense they'd give it a shot.
Also, we have our researchers looking into why the word "hit" is plural in that title.
This version of the Aerosmith classic sounds just as you would imagine it to sound: Continue Reading Below Who? And why would you listen? But here's the thing-how bad a cover version do you have to create to look bad compared to The goddamn Monkees? That's like losing a paralyzation contest to Stephen Hawking.
Smash Mouth manages to pull that off here. I hope you're run over by a flaming wheeler filled with POW diarrhea. Or "In the Air Tonight" without those troublesome drums.
Or porn without that pesky physical contact of any sort whatsoever. Seuss hat in the video changed up the phrasing to make it more liberal than the original Joni Mitchell version. Because if there's one thing that Joni Mitchell could've improved on, it was being more liberal.
That made all the difference to us. We've since started buying organic apples. Just how deluded do you have to be to cover this song not just as a bunch of white guys, but as a bunch of the Whitest Guys on Earth?
If you slathered them in mayonnaise and slapped them between two pieces of Wonder Bread, they couldn't be any whiter We don't know what's scarier, the fact that the Crue thought they could cover the Sex Pistols or the fact that this track was released on a Motley Crue double album.
They did poetically change "UK" to "USA" in their version, although they kept the same title and lead singer Vince Neal decided to affect a shitty English accent 7, times less belivable than Gwyneth Paltrow's, so it still levels out at Awful. There's actually a website called IHateFredDurst.
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