This week, we had so much fun the first time, we’re doing another round of our top five cover songs.

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  1. I’m going to cheat a tiny bit but only with my number 5.

    5. Pentatonix covering multiple Daft Punk songs in Daft Punk

    This is technically a medley but this showcases both bands musical talent. Anyone who thinks Daft Punk are not musicians need to YouTube all the various Daft Punk covers out there. The fact that an a Capella group can emulate a variety of Daft Punk songs into a wonderful medley always gives me shivers.

    4. Nonpoint covering Phil Collins’ In the Air Tonight

    Nonpoint is a great metal band that is bilingual (Spanish/English). They are not the super dark crazy metal, just fun. They turn In the Air Tonight up to 11 but they keep it feeling relaxed despite the faster guitar and more intense drums. Even if you don’t like In the Air Tonight check out Nonpoint.

    3. Post Modern Jukebox & Haley Reinhart – Cover of Radiohead’s Creep

    Pretty sure this was my number one last time but I didn’t go back to look. Haley is an incredible vocalist that embodies multiple genres and Post Modern Jukebox is just a great group with a big bad era feel. Takes a song that is literally creepy (read up on Pablo Honey) and turns it into an emotional blanket of sound. Good pick Stephen.

    2. Flesh Field – Cover of Depeche Mode’s Enjoy the Silence

    An industrial band covering one of their influences. The addition of the female vocalist and turning the song into a duet is incredible. This song always makes me happy.

    1. Pearl Jam – The Who’s Reign O’er Me

    Eddie Vedder belting this out sends chills down my spine. So intense.

    Honorable Mentions:

    Obadiah Parker – Outkast’s Hey Ya!
    Zeromancer – Real Life’s Send Me an Angel

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