Chapter Sixteen: Our Favorite Cover Songs


When a current artist you love pays homage to a classic song you enjoyed in your youth, it feels like magic… two forces of nature colliding to make a special song just for you. In this month’s chapter, Justin and Ed share cover songs from some of their favorite artists. Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to!

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The Tracklist:


1 – “Angry Inch” From Hedwig & the Angry Inch, by Type O Negative from the album Life is Killing Me (2003)

2 – “Dominion” by The Sisters of Mercy, Covered by Information Society from the album Orders of Magnitude (2016)

3 – “Head Like a Hole” by Nine Inch Nails, Covered by PIG from the album Covered in Nails: A Tribute to Nine Inch Nails (2006)

4 – “Rock Me Amadeus” by Falco, Covered by Front Line Assembly feat. Jimmy Urine from the album Wake Up the Coma (2019)

5 – “Like a Prayer” by Madonna, Covered by BiGod 20 from the album It’s Up to You (1993)

6 – “Supernaut (Trent Reznor Vocal Version)” by Black Sabbath, Covered by 1000 Homo DJs from the EP 1000 Homo DJs (1989)

7 – “Red Flags & Long Nights” by She Wants Revenge, Covered by Leæther Strip from the album A Tribute To She Wants Revenge (2006)

8 – “Enter Sandman” by Metallica, covered by Die Krupps from the album A Tribute to Metallica (1992)

9 – “Are Friends Electric?” by Gary Numan, covered by Information Society from the album Don’t Be Afraid (1997)

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