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What song would you like to Hear Zombie Cover?
Started by hajicasebolt 2 years ago

Boogie Man, Brick House, Blitzkreig bop Let's face it Rob and company know how to breath new life into some old classics. So what cover would you like the superbeast to blow up next?

For me I'd like to see what he'd do with "Ghost riders in the sky". It fits the his undead thing theme but it's also a country song so a bit of a challenge as well. I'd put money that what ever john 5 does with it will be out of this world.

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Black Orange replied 2 years ago...

Hush, Hush, Hush, Here Comes the Bogeyman - Sung by Val Rosing (Bandleader Henry Hall)

That's just a personal wish. The pacing/translation to Rob Zombie's style might be a bit complicated, but anything is possible.

I think Free Bird would be an obvious choice. In general, I loved the symphonic style of Hellbilly Deluxe 2 and would love to hear more of that.

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Dr Satan Draghoul replied 2 years ago...

Monster Mash.

The fear of blood tends to create fear for the flesh ~ Silent Hill

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bigsmellydog replied 2 years ago...

Darkside of the moon, Start to end

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pipeweed replied 1 year ago...

I can't get over how well Rob and company did on "We are an American Band". Can't wait to see it live!

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Tiny Milo Vonnegut replied 1 year ago...

@Draghoul Monster Mash was my first thought too.

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shermsgirl replied 1 year ago...

Billy Joel, Lunatic
It was personally mentioned to John 5 at Mayhem, to which his reply was "I love that song"

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Tiny Milo Vonnegut replied 1 year ago...

Rob Zombie should cover this:


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Otis B. Driftwood Skatan replied 1 year ago...

a Led Zeppelin song...

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