Cover Bands in The UK
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Typical repertoire of a cover band playing in The UK :
Beautiful strangerHere comes the rain again** What took you so long** Superstition** Like a prayer**
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Bjork - Medulla(2004)
On Vespertine (2001), Bjork created a sound world that was obscure even for her. A colorful group of contributors was drafted in, among them Mike Patton, Robert Wyatt, Japanese voice artist Dokaka, and beat boxer Rahzel. Beatboxing is something that could fascinating in a covers band. The music is an eclectic blend, consisting of ancient folk, glitch techno, contemporary classical, pop, and pure avant-garde weirdness. Grunts, heavy breathing, and voice acrobatics pop up on several tracks-check out the amazing Inuit throat singing on "Ancestors."
Morrissey I You Are The Quarry (2004)
Well, for starters, there is the British music press, shallow pop stars, teenage groupies, the Royal Family, President Bush, Jesus-all the usual suspects. Always a flamboyant and controversial figure, Morrissey's post-Smiths solo career started out strong but grew spotty throughout the Nineties. Morrissey's love/hate relationship with his new home is the subject of album opener "America Is Not The World" in which he croons, "America/Your head is too big/Because America/Your belly's too big." You Are The Quarry was hailed by critics and earned Morrissey a legion of new fans. A challenge to the covers band.
Scissor5isters I Scissor Sisters (2004)
New York's Scissor Sisters emerged from a brief electroclash phase that arose in their home city, to reintroduce a much-needed sense of fun to pop music. Fans eagerly embraced the group's immeasurably camp disco vibe-epitomized by frontman Jake Shears' love of sequinned Lycra. Meanwhile, feminists everywhere warmly greeted the emergence of Ana Matronic, Shears' partner in vocal adventure, who had cut her teeth on the cabaret circuit. Few debut albums manage to achieve the coherence of this highly polished offering.
Rufus Wainwright I Want One(2003)
The music within takes in pop and rock, opera, classical, cabaret, and even Seventies adult pop. "Oh What A World" sets Wainwright's playfully arch vocal against oompah tuba, counterpoint harmonies, and a Bolero-esque outro."Vicious World" takes swipes at self and ex-lover, to a shimmering Fender RhodesŪ accompaniment. "Dinner At Eight" provides a poignant closer, its premise a stormy meeting between father and son.The press made much of Wainwright's lineage (father, singer/songwriter Loudon Wainwright III; mother, folk singer Kate McGarrigle; sister Martha, who contributes backing vocals).