Under The Covers: No Use For A Name vs. Skankin’ Pickle

July 3, 2011

Under The Covers: No Use For A Name vs. Skankin’ Pickle

You think it’s hard to write an original song? Try finding a cover song that hasn’t been done before—it’s harder than you think. That’s why we bring you Under The Covers: Each week, we’ll pit two bands who have covered the same source material against one another, and it’s up to you to decide who comes out on top.


SOURCE MATERIAL: The Vapors' “Turning Japanese”
ALBUM: New Clear Days (United Artists, 1980)


COVER NO. 1
BAND: No Use For A Name
ALBUM: Before You Were Punk (Vagrant, 1997)


COVER NO. 2
BAND: Skankin' Pickle
ALBUM: Sing Along With Skankin' Pickle (Dill, 1996)

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