Warner Bros. Records will be releasing a compilation of some of its current bands taking on alumni acts. It includes the likes of Against Me! shockingly taking on the Replacements ("Here Comes A Regular"), Taking Back Sunday tackling Tom Petty ("You Wreck Me") and the Used trying Talking Heads ("Burning Down The House").


Covered, A Revolution In Sound also includes Mastodon and ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons doing the Top’s "Just Got Paid," the Black Keys covering Captain Beefheart’s "Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles," Disturbed doing Faith No More’s "Midlife Crisis" and Adam Sandler standing in for Neil Young.


The comp is due out February 24th.



Covered, A Revolution In Sound: Warner Bros. Records track listing:


"Borderline" (Madonna), Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs

"Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles" (Captain Beefheart), the Black Keys

"A Case of You" (Joni Mitchell), Michelle Branch

"Here Comes a Regular" (the Replacements), Against Me!

"More Than This" (Roxy Music), Missy Higgins

"Into the Mystic (Van Morrison), James Otto

"Like a Hurricane" (Neil Young), Adam Sandler

"You Wreck Me" (Tom Petty), Taking Back Sunday

"Just Got Paid" (ZZ Top), Mastodon with Billy Gibbons

"Burning Down The House" (Talking Heads), the Used

"Midlife Crisis" (Faith No More), Disturbed