Pop/Rock You Would Like To Hear Covered In Eurobeat

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Post by drnrg » 27 Nov 2007, 07:55

cheeseman
La Gatta's One Touch-style screaming would make it even worse
Not that I don't like her as a vocalist, cause her tracks as Irene and Rosemary are great, but yeah... she shouldn't rap
I agree she should never rap. So she is the Irene who sang Love is the Name Of Love? Cool. That's one of the SCP tracks that really blew me away this year 8)

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Post by Sadie » 27 Nov 2007, 17:25

cheeseman wrote:
Sadie wrote:Jane Bogaert (Eurovision 2000 - Switzerland) - "La Vita Cos'e"
covered by Alessandra Gatti, as produced by Go Go's
You know that one was co-written by Mega NRG Man, right? 8)
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Post by DigitalCyber » 16 Dec 2007, 04:57

Eddie Money - Two Tickets To Paradise make for an awesome cover. I think Time could really pull it off.

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Post by para_rigby » 16 Dec 2007, 07:03

More Random thoughts...

"Wannabe" (Spice Girls) covered by Kiki & Fancy
"Smooth Criminal" (Michael Jackson) covered by Fastway
"Pieces of Me" (Ashlee Simpson) covered by Cherry
"Gasolina" (Daddy Yankee) covered by Elvis El Latino & La Gatta
"I Believe In A Thing Called Love" (The Darkness) covered by Manuel
"Ordinary World" (Duran Duran) covered by Dany
"Let The Rain Fall Down" (Hilary Duff) covered by Nuage
"Behind These Hazel Eyes" (Kelly Clarkson) covered by Lisa Lion

Bad choices?

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Post by zoupzuop2 » 19 Dec 2007, 06:05

We need heavy metal parodies done by Franz Tornado. ANY, like, death/doom metal with depressing lyrics, with super happy and energetic synth lines.

I'd buy it on that premise alone. :3

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Post by Cosmic_Bard » 19 Dec 2007, 06:33

The more I hear old stuff by Den Harrow, the more I long for eurobeat remixes for stuff like Mad Desire, Future Brain and Catch the Fox... etc.

Doesn't really belong here because it's already italo, but I still want remixes!

Oh, and there's already a eurobeat remix of 'Behind Those Hazel Eyes', rigby.

EDIT: Had to mention 'Bad Boy' also, because it rocks. :P
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Post by #Infinity » 19 Dec 2007, 06:45

Not a fan of American pop music in general, so I can't really come up with any ideas there. However, if you count J-Pop music as well, I'd love to hear Melody Castellari cover some of Utada Hikaru's songs (translated in English, similar to Blood On Fire I guess), especially Automatic, First Love, and This Is Love. Hikki is also a fantastic singer, but she never gets the special treatment that Ayumi Hamasaki always receives, so I'd love to hear her music translated into eurobeat, and Melody Castellari is the only eurobeat vocalist imo with the abillity and style to do it successfully.

I'd rather hear her covers under Vibration and not Asia, however. As much as I like Asia, they're not nearly as suited for the job as Vibration would've been (too bad everyone at Vibration went out of business in favor of Akyr Music, a label that's overall rather mediocre compared to its competition).

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Post by para_rigby » 19 Dec 2007, 15:12

Cosmic_Bard wrote:The more I hear old stuff by Den Harrow, the more I long for eurobeat remixes for stuff like Mad Desire, Future Brain and Catch the Fox... etc.

Doesn't really belong here because it's already italo, but I still want remixes!

Oh, and there's already a eurobeat remix of 'Behind Those Hazel Eyes', rigby.

EDIT: Had to mention 'Bad Boy' also, because it rocks. :P
I've seen the parapara routine with the music to the remix of "BTHE", but I would like to hear a eurobeat singer cover the song...plus, I've never seen the song available for download in the first place. :(

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Post by Lebon14 » 19 Dec 2007, 19:34

para_rigby wrote:More Random thoughts...

"Wannabe" (Spice Girls) covered by Kiki & Fancy
"Smooth Criminal" (Michael Jackson) covered by Fastway
"Pieces of Me" (Ashlee Simpson) covered by Cherry
"Gasolina" (Daddy Yankee) covered by Elvis El Latino & La Gatta
"I Believe In A Thing Called Love" (The Darkness) covered by Manuel
"Ordinary World" (Duran Duran) covered by Dany
"Let The Rain Fall Down" (Hilary Duff) covered by Nuage
"Behind These Hazel Eyes" (Kelly Clarkson) covered by Lisa Lion

Bad choices?
Agreed for Michael Jackson and Duran Duran...
But, I would like a simple Eurobeat Remix of Ordinary World by Aurora Feat. *doesn't remember* which is simply the best cover ever and would already fit for Eurobeat instead of making a new one and I would prefer for singer... PAMSY!
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Post by Sadie » 16 Jan 2008, 23:32

"I Get Knocked Down" by Chumbawumba
(as covered by Domino and Mega NRG Man)
... It could easily be the best song, ever. XDDDD
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Post by drnrg » 16 Jan 2008, 23:47

Sadie
"I Get Knocked Down" by Chumbawumba
(as covered by Domino and Mega NRG Man)
... It could easily be the best song, ever. XDDDD
That would make me laugh so hard that I would be "Pissing the night away"

Cosmic_Bard
The more I hear old stuff by Den Harrow, the more I long for eurobeat remixes for stuff like Mad Desire, Future Brain and Catch the Fox... etc.
Dude, listen to Atrium's -"Side By Side" to get that Future Brain melody. esp. in the verses.

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Post by wolftickets1969 » 17 Jan 2008, 02:35

Savage Garden - To the moon and back, covered by maybe Dave Rodgers.
Maggie Reilly(NOT cascada!) - Everytime We Touch(a proper cover, not a knockoff like pamsy-living in the night)

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Post by the_ditz » 24 Jan 2008, 21:13

wolftickets1969 wrote:Savage Garden - To the moon and back, covered by maybe Dave Rodgers.
Maggie Reilly(NOT cascada!) - Everytime We Touch(a proper cover, not a knockoff like pamsy-living in the night)
Nothing wrong with Livin' In The Night. I like to think of it as a tribute rather than a knockoff.

I was gonna suggest U + Ur Hand by Pink, but it would appear that Cherry has already covered that in SEB 184 with Yes I Will :)

I'd like to hear:
Bosson - Simple Man Wishing (one of the Time male vocalists)
Marie Serneholt - That's The Way My Heart Goes (Kiki & Fancy would sound cool doing this!)

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Post by Lebon14 » 27 Jan 2008, 06:04

Dope - You Spin Me Right Round

God this song just kicks some seriouses asses! I would like it to be covered in Eurobeat.
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Post by drnrg » 27 Jan 2008, 06:28

I don't know who the heck Dope is, but the original is from 80's supergroup Dead Or Alive. It was allready covered by one of the popular Hi Energy labels of the 90's by Roger Lee on Disco Energy. Maybe a few of you remeber it? Of course, the Dead Or Alive melody has been prominent in Eurobeat for many years. HRG Attack is most fond of that melody. It's most recent use was in ODA's "Rainbow". The original Hearbreaker from TIME records ooozes of that melody line. 8)

By the way, you Rockers out there should also remeber Marylin Manson's version of "You Spin Me Round"

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