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Suggestions for a live acoustic cover, please

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

  1. Morpheus

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    there is a nice cover of Twist in my sobriety by Dreadful Shadows
     
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    DragonLady1 Firesoul

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    yea, the Dreadful Shadows cover is great!
     
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    perhaps some US doom?

    Crowbar's existence is punishment
     
  4. cedarbreed

    cedarbreed Don't mean nothin'

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    Nice title but it would be a weird cover for Antimatter :lol:
     
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    i could guess an acoustic version would be great like
    that breaking riff just before the final chorus could really sound yer head in.
    acousticly..
     
  6. StrahmCallin'!

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    If US doom is a possibility, I would recommend anything by Acid Bath. A sick and twisted band from the swamps well worth checking out (don't let a certain someone's liking for them dissuade you) As far as anything else, I'd love to hear you guys do some more 70's or 80's stuff. Enjoy the Silence was a VERY pleasant surprise. Hey Mick, it'd be really cool if you'd try that Eurythmics cover with Antimatter! :wave:
     
  7. toolsofthetrade

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    which Eurythmics cover!? :hotjump:
     
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    Queensryche- I Will Remember, Silent Lucidity or Bridge

    Anybody Listening? acoustic would be nice as well.
     
  9. Strangelight

    Strangelight steak(knife) no more

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    ah I cant do Queensryche. I'm nae too keen on Mr Tate at the moment :(
     
  10. Dora

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    how about an Opeth cover? ;)
     
  11. Light

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    Do the first two tracks of Into Darkness stuck together like, you could get lots of acoustic cats and women in on flange to make all the noises and stuff
     
  12. Ol' Dirty Bastard

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    Why's that?
     
  13. Strangelight

    Strangelight steak(knife) no more

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    your words complement mine!
    ....GOD!
     
  14. Strangelight

    Strangelight steak(knife) no more

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    ah nothing.. I feel stupid sayin it like :ill:
     
  15. Ol' Dirty Bastard

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    Now come on. You'll feel better.

    Anyway, it's not like he wrote any of those songs. Well, he wrote the lyrics to AL?. DeGarmo wrote everything else. He's the one with the talent and all.
     
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    i dont like them empire album, its pop MTV music. operation:m is the best..

    oh, and a katatonia cover?? :)
    and is it true that you havent found any good ideas here yet or what? what kind of stuff u search for anyway? gloomy-funny-clever-easy?
     
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    Rage for Order is the best, as they wore those dresses. Empire is just fine though. Della Brown is hella awesome.
     
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    Just about anything by Beth Orton... you know it makes sense.

    [edit] or Two Stars by Everything But the Girl. That's a heartbreaker.
     
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    "It's A Loving Thing" by CB Milton
     
  20. Bambi

    Bambi Villain of the piece

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    the thin line and della brown on empire is good
    and that rainy night song is okay in an aor kinda way
     

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