Back in Black
I am a huge Living Colour fan, and appreciate them MUCH more than I care for AC/DC (whose formula has grown a little stale for me over the years), but no one, not even the great LC, can touch this song, or many of AC/DC's song for that matter. One thing I will say for AC/DC is that they make their songs almost untouchable from a cover prespective.
- Dan, Batavia, NY, United States, 07.10.2008
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Comments about Back in Black:
|Ok I Love AC/DC and Their song "Back In Black" But The other band did a good cover of the song doing a good emotion attatchment to the song. It was a tough choice but AC/DC Made it more unique to HIS voice. The other band Excaually tried to copy the song. They did well copying it but couldve made it more their own. AC/DC Stole the win for this Poll.|
- Richard, Texas, United States, 16.08.2010
|I think thats the only one best-than-original cover! It ofcourse doesn't mean I don't like AC/DC - i love them!|
- andrew, gliwice, Poland, 07.06.2010
|Living Colour isn't referring the visual color, but coloured PEOPLE. Because they're an all African-American band. All blacks. Not British. They're also a pretty good band by the way. And also not all Brits are tea sippin' pussies. I'm American, but I like to seperate myself from stereotypes...unlike you...jerk.|
- George Carvin, Palm Beach Gardens, United States, 23.04.2010
|can you beat AC DC at their own music? NO|
- a, b, United States, 04.11.2009
|"Other than Metallica and RATM, the USA have added basically nothing to the music industry."|
And who do you think invented rock n' roll?
You Brits just PERFECTED it, that's all.
- Andy, Belém, Brazil, 10.09.2009
|i just wanna say that i think matt is a complete prick.|
- matt is a complete prick, matt is a complete prick, England, 30.07.2009
|Matt is the typical meathead one finds so plentiful in backwater USA. For him to not know that AC/DC are of AU/UK pedigree is just sad. |
Next up, Matt will be telling us that Judas Priest are from Detroit, and Black Sabbath from Brooklyn.
- Filmore East, NYC, United States, 29.07.2009
|I'm sorry, but no one can cover AC/DC right, his voice is just unique.|
- Ethan, Stillwater, United States, 09.06.2009
|The point of a cover is to bring something new to the song. If all a band is going to do is clone it, as L/C does here, then why bother? Just makes the later group a tribute band in preparation for touring county fairs and high school proms.|
- Kevin, Milwaukee, WI, United States, 07.05.2009
|Yea well I will grant you Matt is indeed a tool and I will also grant you the Brits have produced some fantastic music I must take issue with two comments. First without the US influenced music y'all would still be listening to Lonnie Donnigan and skiffle in Britland. My second quibble is naming Metallica a US band worth mentioning. I will however apologize for the American influences that gave the world The Spice Girls and Robbie Williams.|
- Lee, Chicago, United States, 01.02.2009