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Subject: Another big page done over...

Written By: ChuckyG on 9/20/2001 at 12:25 p.m.

This one required a lot of cut and paste work, so notification of any glaring mistakes would be appreciated..

Subject: Re: Another big page done over...

Written By: TX on 9/20/2001 at 5:36 p.m.

: This one required a lot of cut and paste work,
: so notification of any glaring mistakes
: would be appreciated..

"867-5309/Jenny" was Originally by Tommy Tutone not The Nails.

"1999", Originally by Talking Heads, Remade by P.M. Dawn.

I don't know this remake but listened to a sound clip, and it was 1999 by Prince. It may also use lyrics from "Once In A Lifetime." The full title was "Fantasia's Confidential Ghetto: 1999/Once In A Lifetime/Coconut."

"Abracadabra", Originally by Sweet Sensation, Remade by Def Leppard.

Not sure on this one.....but the only "Abracadabra" I know is by Steve Miller Band. Never heard the Def Leppard version.

"All Around The World", Originally by All Around The World, Remade by Puff Daddy and the Family

This was by Lisa Stansfield....not sure about the remake.

I need to go now.......but let me know if I'm on the right track here? If I am, I will finish looking when I get home later tonight.

Subject: Yup, you're on the right track

Written By: ChuckyG on 9/21/2001 at 8:48 a.m.

yup.. this is the type of stuff I'm looking for.. I'm sure some of these are cut and paste errors on my part.. I'm kicking myself though, for not saving a copy of the page before I wiped it out, since it's likely those weren't wrong to begin with.. fortunately, it's cached at google.. the link is below

and it looks like I have some of those correct in the datafile, which means there is an error with how the script generates the page. So, I just fixed it.. and made the fixes you pointed out

Subject: Re: Yup, you're on the right track

Written By: TX on 9/21/2001 at 4:13 p.m.

Abracadabra was remade by Sugar Ray.

"Baby Can I Hold You Tonight" is just "Baby Can I Hold You."

Typo in Captain of Her Heart.

"Crazy Little Thing Called Love", Originally by Nick Lowe, Remade by Letters To Cleo.

This was by Queen and covered by Dwight Yoakam.

Typo in "Cum on Feel the Noize" it says D side.

"Don't You Want Me Baby" is just "Don't You Want Me" (NO baby.)

"(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" came out in 91.

"F**k the Police", Originally by Dope, Remade by NWA

This is backwards, Originally NWA, Remade by Dope.

"Father", Originally by George Michael , Remade by LL Cool J
LL Cool J can make his cover version better than the originals,this one defenitely a better one

I think this is just a sample.

"Fight For Your Right To Party" is just "Fight For Your Right"

"Forget Me Not(s)", Originally by Patrice Rushen, Remade by Will Smith (Men in Black)
Like the other rap cover's it sucks. But, I think that Will Smith has covered other tunes (I'm pretty sure Gettin' Jiggy wit it is a cover).

This is just a sample, not sure I would put in in a cover section.

"Games People Play", Originally by Joe South, Remade by Tesla
Brilliant, Excelent, Amaizing versio, 10 puntos.This Version is from the album Bust a Nut realesed in 1994 on Geffen Records.

This song is from '68 (Joe South). It is not the Alan Parsons Project song either.

"Gangsta's Paradise", Originally by Stevie Wonder, Remade by Coolio.

Not sure on this one, but I'm thinkin sample.

"Keep Your Hands to Yourself", Originally by Kim Wilde , Remade by Len
I'm ashamed to say it... But Len's version might be better.

This is Originally by Georgia Satellites, Remade by John Anderson

Typo on "Kids in America by Kim Wilde", Originally by Lawnmower Deth, Remade by Off the "Kids in America" E.P. by Lawnmower Death

Typo on "Material World", Originally by Madonna, Remade by The Tamperer.

"Physical", Originally by Adam Ant, Remade by Nine Inch Nails

This is in there twice. It is also the 1st entry, "(You're so) Physical", Originally by Adam and the Ants, Remade by Nine Inch Nails.

"Pop Muzik", Originally by Zapp , Remade by U2

This was by M

"Run, Run Away", Originally by Men Without Hats , Remade by Great Big Sea

You had the entry above it right, It is Slade.

"Surrender", Originally by Cheap Trick , Remade by Marilyn Manson

Actually 70s, great song though.

"Sweet Child O' Mine", Originally by Eurythmics , Remade by Nas

They are right in the cache

"Total Eclipse of the Heart", Originally by Bonnie Tyler , Remade by Nikki French

In there twice

"You're All I've Got Tonight", Originally by Rick Ocasek, Remade by Smashing Pumpkins

Not solo, it is the Cars

Subject: Re: Yup, you're on the right track

Written By: DJ Midas on 9/21/2001 at 4:41 p.m.

Typo on "Material World", Originally by Madonna, Remade by The Tamperer.

Also The title is "Material Girl" by Madonna, actually sampled by The Tamperer feat. Maya on "If You Buy This Record (Your Life Will Be Much Better)."