Ooh, I like it.
Nothing Else Matters is one of those songs that I absolutely love but also has some shit memories attached to it, since Rob introduced it to me and we all know what a disaster of a saga that whole “relationship” was.
I like Disturbed’s cover a little bit more because I think they capture the mood of the song a bit better, but this is really good, too!
It’s sad that Avi is gone, but the new dude (Matt, far left) seems cool. I love the surprising bass he hits at 2:02. He didn’t sound like he’d have a bass range until he did that, nice.
- That guy sounds so much like Freddie.
- This is the only version of this song that rivals the original.
- The tone change caused by the Queen style is chilling.
- AAAAAAAAA I LOVE IT
Postmodern Jukebox is a gift we do not deserve.
There’s nothing wrong with this song, but as a cover, it’s…kinda boring.
And I like Weezer. I like a lot of their songs (favorites include Beverly Hills, Feels Like Summer, Pork and Beans, and Say It Ain’t So). But this just feels so bland. I get that they probably wanted to stay close to the feel of the original because people would likely freak out if Toto was tampered with, but I think you could still get the same vibe across while still making the song different rather than basically just copying everything.
Just my two cents, ’cause what do I know?
This is Disturbed’s cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s Sound of Silence. It is amazing.
This gave me chills, seriously. He’s got a beautiful voice.
This song rocks.
Most badass cover of Maps ever.