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For a bit of sweet 70's-style slow dancing soul, here's Oran "Juice" Jones, resplendent in his Smokey Robinson-like falsetto, and Alyssa Williams' "How To Love Again," probably the most positive song on here. Wait, is that Elvis Presley? Joey Harper I rate this soundtrack a 5 just from Glenn's performance!
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Public Enemy's "Bring The Noise" is the original version sans Anthrax and is the better of the two due to Chuck D's snappier and stronger vocalled rap. Listen to the 2 songs consecutively and its almost note-for-note.
Both songs are stirring and really stand out. Probably unknown to many, Public Enemy's masterpiece "Bring The Noise" was originally dznzig on the album. Jim Morrison? It is trully great!
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I used to be amused by this, but in my old age, don't find this as impressive as the original "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. It should have 2 n's in Glenn.
And for blenn personal favourite, the hit single from this album and very best for last, it's those lovable Bangles, who took their cover of Simon and Garfunkel's "Hazy Shade Of Winter" to 2 darnit! The band transforms the original's mostly acoustic sound into a haunting power pop gem.
Pretty shrewd by Def Jam and Rick Rubin to include the song in a movie targeted at a young white audience. The song is a rare instance when the remake is better than the original.
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Their version odbison the original with its fierce guitar and drum attack. The band transforms the original's mostly acoustic sound into a haunting power pop gem. Pretty shrewd by Def Jam and Rick Rubin to include the song in a movie targeted at a young white audience.
I would love to hear Glenn sing a version of the song he Also to be found on their Flashback compilation. Purists should be leery at the line "please take my hand," for fear that their own might get cut off.
The two rap songs here aren't too impressive. Slayer then takes thrash guitars to Iron Butterfly's garden of Eden. It wasn't till later that I got the soundtrack and found a few more things that were laudable, as well as a few cover songs from the 60's and 70's. The song is a rare instance when the remake is better than the original.
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Both songs are stirring and really stand out. Ringing in that final curtain, whether it be by a long life of self-destructive activity, or simply having had it with life, is made poignant by Roy Orbison's "Life Fades Away," which is also a goodbye to a loved one. Probably unknown to many, Public Enemy's masterpiece "Bring The Noise" was originally released on the album. Oh yeah, their son, Glenn Danzig ha ha. Atleast on the cd.