Cover vs. Original

Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)


This classic song gets even more power in this version by KoRn. KoRn blows all the dust away, which has been accumulated since 1979!

- Rocko, Nürnberg, Deutschland, 15.02.2006


KoRn
2004

vs.

Pink Floyd
1979

CD-Cover: KoRn - Greatest Hits 23.6 % 76.4 % CD-Cover: Pink Floyd - The Wall
Results of the voting: Cover versus Original
Click on the cover for listening Click on the cover for listening
KoRn 2609 Votes Pink Floyd

Comments about Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2):

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If you are going to insult anyone’s music please consult the following:

Use spelling and grammar checks. Most of you sound ignorant because of minor oversights. (Please see the post by mich otta for reference)

You should have a hell of a list of musical accommodations and perhaps a few of those round gold/platinum/diamond things hanging on the wall.

At least be creative when bashing another artist’s musical talent. I could say you all suck at life, but there is no creativity in that. Put some damn effort into it. “Oxygen thieves” would be a better description for most of you.

- Gohanfah Querself, Hell, United States, 27.03.2007
I've never heard the Korn version and quite frankly I don't need to cos Another brick in the wall (parts 1,2,3) are completely out of bounds for any contemporary artist, or anything from The Wall for that matter! Pink Floyd absolutely ROCK!!! I'd like to see the guitarist from Korn play Dave Gilmour's solo from comfortably numb!
- Alex M, Derby, England, 23.03.2007
Seriously, how many of you have actually heard this cover? One of you mentioned that theirs was just Part 2, when in-fact, it's a slimmed-down combination of Parts 1, 2, 3 and Goodbye Cruel World.(only goes for 7:09 minutes)
That said, I really like it, but maybe that's cause I'm not a narrow-sighted 50+ year old.(I'm sure my Dad, a pink Flyod fan, wouldn't like it either)
The part of this song that really lets it down is the crappy American female vocalists singing instead of the british school children. Absolutly shocking.
That said, I think both versions have their strong points, and the Korn version is certainly more appealing to the younger audience, but Flyod's version will probably always be superior.
But I voted for the Korn version because of the dickheads here who didn't even bother to listen to both version before voting and commenting.
If you haven't heard both versions, don't even bother voting you stupid morons.
- Estapol, Canberra, Australia, 19.03.2007
Well pin floyds version is too boring and dry its good, but it doesn't have the killing emotion the raw killing emotion that korn has. Korn makes this song more aggressive and draws you in to the song.
- Markkus, Espoo, Finland, 18.03.2007
Pink Floyd ROCKS! It came from the album "The Wall" way back in 1980 or so. But I have to tell you right now that "Another Brick In The Wall(not including parts 1 and 3), Part 2" is the best! So like I said "If you don't hear this song, SHAME ON YOU! OK?" I think that's their biggest hit of all time and believe me there's more from Pink Floyd to come so stick around!!
- Bobby Delaney, Norwalk, CA, United States, 17.03.2007
yep, it IS kinda spooky o.O
- Ivan, Sofia, Bulgaria, 11.03.2007
Oh man, I find it frightening that KoRn actually has 21%...
- Katelyn, Westminster, United States, 23.02.2007
How can korn cover PINK FLOYD, they aint have the talent nor the right
- mich otta, California, United States, 19.02.2007
lossers its a cover no wanna be better tham the original korn is the best and pink floyd too but they are differents kind of music
- manuel, Utah, United States, 27.01.2007
This really isn't even a contest, is it? Korn.....please....what a load of no talent crap. Their original songs are a waste of digital space. pink floyd all the way.
- JOHN, EDGAR, United States, 15.01.2007
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