There's a version of that with another artist (exactly who escapes me at the moment) that is heavier with more of a electronic/club feel that I really liked. I'll have to see if I can find it.Dave Gahan
1. Dirty Sticky Floors
That's a great track. David and Trent FTW!David Bowie
1. Heart's Filthy Lesson
When Grace Slick likes you, that's saying something!
Genre: rock, hard rock
Discovered: Don't remember, but her voice immediately knocked my friggin' socks off!
Other: In 2011, when singer Grace Slick was asked by The Wall Street Journal which contemporary female singers she admires, Slick named Dead Sara vocalist Emily Armstrong.
2. Sorry For It All
3. Mona Lisa
4. We Are What You Say
5. Something Good
Jack White's doing the Dave Grohl thing, playing a different instrument in a side project. Ty Segall (Ty Segall Band and Fuzz) does it too. Talented guys.
Genre: alt-rock (bluesy-retro-garage-rock)
Discovered: Knew Jack White from White Stripes already.
Other: He forged his own cool modernized-retro sound with DW, White Stripes and his solo stuff. I like DW more than the other stuff. DW > solo > WS
1. Blue Blood Blues
2. Treat Me Like Your Mother
3. I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)
4. Hustle And Cuss
5. The Difference Between Us