Tuesday, June 14, 2005

BLACK SABBATH CHA-CHA-CHA

You people can't seem to get enough of the lounge-covers-of-rock phenomenon,can you?
I guess I'm just an enabler - found this in the archives:

The Lounge Brigade: "Ironman" - in which a most-likely studio-concocted "band" does Black Sabbath, from the album "Sabbath In The Suburbs."

8 comments:

Evan said...

Hey, pretty good. I think it tops the Cardigans' version, but I suppose they could be considered in different spectrums of Sabbath.

Anonymous said...

Really good. Have you heard The Ukelele Orchestra Of Great Britain's version of Teen Spirit? Mental!

Mr Fab said...

Have not heard either of those - MORE stuff to track down...

..Amazon lists a Ukulele Orch cd import only for $33. Ouch. Doesn't have "Teen Spirit" but features other niceness e.g. "Should I Stay Or Should I Go," "Le Freak"...

bobbins15 said...

April Winchell ( one of your links! ) has a whole page of Teen Spirit including the Ukeleles. And a heap more weirdness! I'm in the UK and have heard the Ukeleles CD but it's not as good as Teen Spirit. I've had the new Richard Cheese on order for weeks but it hasn't come out here yet. Ho hum.

Mr Fab said...

"April Winchell ( one of your links! ) has a whole page of Teen Spirit including the Ukeleles..."

Now, how'd I miss that? (knocks self in head)

Anonymous said...

The new Daft Punk track 'Brainwasher' is a totaly RIP of Iron Man btw...done synth style.

I always thought Sabbath Bloody Sabbath by Cardigans was better...;-) They've done several Sabbath covers as several of them used to be metallers.

tim @ RC

Anonymous said...

P.S. this reminds me of Senor Conconut's version of 'Smoke on the Water'

Mr Fab said...

"The new Daft Punk track 'Brainwasher' is a totaly RIP of Iron Man btw...done synth style"
Any mashup possibilites, I wonder? Or would that be redundant...