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Suggestions for a live acoustic cover, please

Discussion in 'Antimatter' started by Mick Moss, Mar 15, 2003.

  1. Mick Moss

    Mick Moss antimonger

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    Were thinking of lobbing a cover in on our next few gigs, one to join the ranks of our previous foreign bodies - Nobodys Home, The Power of Love and Enjoy the Silence.

    I fancy a few suggestions, so suggest ahead.

    Go on, dont be scared
     
  2. EdenKriss

    EdenKriss The Beer Hunter

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  3. Strangelight

    Strangelight steak(knife) no more

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    Suburbia would be sound but the kids wont even know it these days :( I can imagine loads of sponky eyed metallers dying to get home to listen to the new Opeth. Hail Russell from our school!
     
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    Bambi Villain of the piece

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  5. Nepenthean Quality

    Nepenthean Quality alive & well

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    livingdead_girl Lecter's Slave

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    you could do an excellent and very dark version of that

    "But I fear tomorrow I'll be crying,
    Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying" :cry:
     
  8. the_good_son141

    the_good_son141 hahaoho

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    can you suggest me of sth to play with my guitar?ive run out of it,nothing pleases me now.

    ps:you should do pavlovs dog-julia,do you know it?
     
  9. Mick Moss

    Mick Moss antimonger

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    Hmn good song. I had Court of the Crimson King on yesterday and Epitaph is definitely the strongest track on that album. Confusion will be my epitaph. Nice
     
  10. cedarbreed

    cedarbreed Don't mean nothin'

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    Sorry to insist with that one but it's such a beautiful gloomy song. It would be an interesting challenge to play it unplugged !
     
  11. Bambi

    Bambi Villain of the piece

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    nah, in the woods did epitaph so yis have been beaten to the punch
     
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  13. Mariner

    Mariner all the way

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    yeah i would go for that one too.
    and what about infinite dreams. you never did it on a gig.
     
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    i know itw... did a version of it (which is really good), and love like blood also had their take on it (which is not so very good...), but i believe that antimatter can create very moving moments when they play it with a lot of passion. That's what it's all about, isn't it?
     
  15. Morpheus

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    Ok, these came tomy mind:

    Pink Floyd- Hey you (what a surprise)
    Depeche Mode- In your room
    Depeche Mode- Somebody
    New Model Army- Brave New World (piano version)
    Genesis- No son of mine (i dunno if it is a good song for a acoustic version)
    Roger Waters- What god wants III
     
  16. Nepenthean Quality

    Nepenthean Quality alive & well

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    Yes! Great choice.
    Yes! Yes! Yes! I thought long and hard about a NMA-song. Forgot about this one, could actually work. Just for the record: I'm gonna go the Justin Sullivan concert tonight.[​IMG]
    :yuk: Erm. I hate Collins-era Genesis. Nevertheless worth a try.
    Cheers
     
  17. Mick Moss

    Mick Moss antimonger

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    Yeah, Collins era Genesis dries up my turds, although I do like a few tracks. On the whole thogh the idea of 'Phil' coming to the forefront just makes me sick.

    Gabriel was full if wonderfully bizarre lyrics, bonkers stage craft and progressive-art-rock, and while he ruled the roost thats what 'Genesis' was perceived as.

    Collins was full of cheesy love songs and cheesy audience participation games and pop-soup-rock, and when he ruled the roost thats what 'Genesis' meant.

    (Just listen to 'Illegal Alien', 'Invisible Touch' or 'We Cant Dance' and compare that to 'In The Cage', 'Seven Stones' or 'The Firth Of Fifth' . Same band? I think not. )

    The same thing happened to Yes in the 80's. As soon as Trevor Rabin gets in there, all the ART and EXPERIMENTATION is removed and replaced with CHEESE and POP EASY GAMBLES.

    AARGGH I NEED TO GO NOW!!!!

    BYEEEE
     
  18. Sopel

    Sopel the crestfallen

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    if you played something of metallica for acoustic guitars it could be really interesting and surprising (i think)...
     
  19. Cerulean

    Cerulean Not very cerulean eh

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    But you guys don't know this song :(
     
  20. Morpheus

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    thank you :)

    Well, it's a great song, yes! I must admit i'm not that into New Model Army. I mean i know some songs, and really like some of their stuff.
    Wish you some fun tonight!:headbang:

    hehe, you know what? Same here like with NMA, not really into them, but i thought it's a good song, with a nice mood, and a nice chorus, which would probably fit Antimatter on a acoustic gig! :D:saint:

    thanx for the reply!

    cheers
     

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