Butthole Surfers frontman Gibby Haynes next week will release a 7-inch single via Jack White’s Third Man Records, the label announced today, unveiling the three-song record that features two originals and a cover of Adrenalin OD’s “Paul’s Not Home” off the 1982 New York Thrash compilation.
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Now we get our third taste of Q magazine’s full-album tribute to U2′s 20-year-old ‘Achtung Baby’ in the form of Garbage’s slow and simmering cover of the record’s fifth single, ‘Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses,’ which you can stream here.
Just a day after the first track from Q magazine’s upcoming full-album tribute to U2′s 20-year-old ‘Achtung Baby’ — Jack White’s cover of ‘Love is Blindness’ — hit the web comes our second taste: Damien Rice’s stark and intense makeover of ‘One.’
Yesterday we learned the full tracklist of Q magazine’s upcoming full-album tribute to U2’s 20-year-old ‘Achtung Baby,’ and now we have our first taste of ‘AHK-toong BAY-bi Covered’: guitar slayer Jack White’s bluesy rumble through the album-closing ‘Love is Blindness.’
U2 has revealed the full tracklist for Q magazine’s ‘AHK-toong BAY-bi Covered’ tribute album, which will feature Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Jack White, Garbage, The Killers, Patti Smith, Damien Rice, Gavin Friday, Snow Patrol, Glasvegas and U2 itself (in remixed form).
Members of Depeche Mode and Glasvegas each have revealed that their bands have recorded new U2 covers that appear to be connected to the Irish megaband’s 20th anniversary reissue of ‘Achtung Baby,’ which arrives in November in a variety of formats including a $660 ‘uber deluxe’ edition stuffed with CDs, DVDs, vinyl and more.
Last year’s six-string doc “It Might Get Loud” was a must-see for fans of U2’s The Edge, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin or The White Stripes’ Jack White — or anyone, really, who appreciates loud rock guitar. The film’s out on DVD now, and here’s one of the deleted scenes that appears as bonus on the disc: It’s four minutes’ worth of The Edge soundchecking solo, running through concert staples “Until the End of the World,” “Pride (In the Name of Love”) and “Bad” alone on guitar, with just the aid of his foot-triggered console of effects.