Lake of Fire - Whose was better?

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Lake of Fire

Meat Puppets' is better
Nirvana's is better
You can't say a cover is better than the original - ever!
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Re: Lake of Fire - Whose was better?

Post by Canucker » Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:23 pm

p.s. I didn't vote though to extend my bitchyness.

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Re: Lake of Fire - Whose was better?

Post by juniperjunk » Fri Jul 27, 2012 7:13 am

It let me vote

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Re: Lake of Fire - Whose was better?

Post by johnwaynewasanazi » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:53 pm

Both of the songs Nirvana mastered. I love the Meat Puppets, but Nirvana nailed it

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Re: Lake of Fire - Whose was better?

Post by DaniSelandia » Sat Aug 03, 2013 12:10 pm

Well, I'm a Nirvana fan, so of course I'll say Nirvana's version was better. I really like the Meat Puppets, though, and the only reason I have, is that Kurt Cobain is a much better singer. Meat Puppets can't sing.
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Re: Lake of Fire - Whose was better?

Post by incessantmace » Sat Aug 03, 2013 12:45 pm

DaniSelandia wrote:Meat Puppets can't sing.
Quite a way to introduce yourself! :lol:

You sure about that though? ;)
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Re: Lake of Fire - Whose was better?

Post by Fuzz Face » Sun Oct 13, 2013 6:32 am

When I heard the original version of Lake Of Fire sometime around 2010 on I couldn´t believe my ears. I mean it sounds like no one gives a flying fuck about how it sounds and I that this attitude towards a song actually was quite cool! :)

Nirvana took this song (I can´t believe I´m writing this right now, because I´m probably the most die hard Nirvana fanboy in the world) and turned it into (sry again) an ordinary Folk/country song, but not only that: They also turned it in something you could actually sell. That nearly everyone I know believed Lake Of Fire was a Nirvana song shows how successful they were in doing that.

But that was by no means their original intention: Nirvana, especially Kurt, just wanted people to care a bit about the rest of Alternative music and by covering some of his favorite songs he hoped that other people would start digging the originals...

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