For this month’s installment of the ever-popular Auto Reverse mixtape serieswe’ve decided to go with a theme: cover songs. So on the two 45-minute sides posted below for your streaming and/or downloading pleasure, you’ll find cover songs by classic alternative artists, covers of classic alternative artists and some tracks that qualify as both.

The tape, which you can stream via Mixcloud, or download, at least for a limited time, courtesy of the link included below, features cover songs recorded by R.E.M., The Cure, Revolting Cocks, The Sisters of Mercy, This Mortal Coil, Pixies, Depeche Mode, The Afghan Whigs, Morrissey, The Replacements, Primal Scream, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Clan of Xymox and much more.

Check it about below — and enjoy.


DOWNLOAD: Auto Reverse — Slicing Up Eyeballs Mixtape (January 2015)


1. R.E.M., “First We Take Manhattan” (Leonard Cohen)
2. The Damned, “Alone Again Or” (Love)
3. Pixies, “Winterlong” (Neil Young)
4. Badly Drawn Boy, “I Wanna Be Adored” (The Stone Roses)
5. Depeche Mode, “Route 66” (Bobby Troup)
6. Revolting Cocks, “Physical” (Olivia Newton John)
7. The Afghan Whigs, “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” (The Police)
8. Morrissey, “A Song From Under the Floorboards” (Magazine)
9. Manic Street Preachers, “This Is the Day” (The The)
10. The Cure, “World In My Eyes” (Depeche Mode)
11. The Replacements, “Monkey Gone to Heaven” (Pixies)
12. The Wedding Present, “High” (The Cure)


1. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, “Let the Day Begin” (The Call)
2. Clan of Xymox, “A Forest” (The Cure)
3. The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Surfin’ USA” (Beach Boys)
4. The Divine Comedy, “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” (The Smiths)
5. This Mortal Coil, “Drugs” (Talking Heads)
6. Trent Reznor and Peter Murphy, “Warm Leatherette” (The Normal)
7. Primal Scream, “Darklands” (The Jesus and Mary Chain)
8. The Mission, “Like a Hurricane” (Neil Young)
9. Grant-Lee Phillips, “Wave of Mutilation” (Pixies)
10. The Cure, “Hello, I Love You (Slight Return)” (The Doors)
11. The Sisters of Mercy, “1969” (The Stooges)
12. J Mascis, “The Boy With the Thorn In His Side” (The Smiths)