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"Jesus of Suburbia" cover by The Venetia Fair

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First, please move the topic if it's wrong here.

Second, I'm surprised that it didn't get any coverage, but the band "The Venetia Fair" (I don't know them) covered "Jesus of Suburbia", along with some other classic rock tracks for their EP "Basically Just Does Karaoke"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_bCNglcirQ

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Vocals sound terrible, but it's a very unique take on the song. I give them credit for that

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here's the whole song:

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I actually really like it. He has quite an unusual voice, which adds a different sound to the song.

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I liked it! It's definitely a unique take on the song, it was refreshing something so familiar and not familiar at the same time :happy:

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I'm actually kinda addicted to this. The guys vocals are so damn good.

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The singer's voice isn't my cup of tea, but otherwise it's an interesting take on the song! I like how it's so different.

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