L7 cover Blue Öyster Cult’s “This Ain’t the Summer of Love” (from the I Know What You Did Last Summer soundtrack).
Listen to an updated version of Pearl Jam’s “Release” from the Out of the Furnace soundtrack. It features re-recorded vocals by Eddie Vedder.
Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and the Civil Wars’ Joy Williams perform “Misery Chain,” from the 12 Years a Slave soundtrack, last night on the Late Show With David Letterman.
My theory on [‘Overblown’] is, like, I have a platinum plaque of the Singles soundtrack. So at least a million people bought that record. And I think Piece of Cake sold 150,000. That’s our biggest-selling record. So my take on it is, like, 850,000 people heard us and said, ‘No.’
Brooklyn duo Telephoned’s glitchy, electro take on the Screaming Trees’ “Nearly Lost You.” Looking forward to seeing what other Singles soundtrack gems they cover on their upcoming EP.
With our new cover-up EP “Singles”, we make a call back to the future and give the Telephoned treatment to 4 songs from the OST of the classic Cameron Crowe film. Like we did with Clams Casino on our popular “U Don’t Have To Call” EP, this time the catalogue of immensely talented up-and-coming Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth provides the backdrop.
Today we’re giving you “Nearly Lost You”, originally by Screaming Trees, as a teaser. Next week we’ll be dropping the rest of the songs, a video AND playing a free show at Public Assembly in Brooklyn on 11/29! hold the line…
When Billy Corgan was completely broke, I got him a movie deal with Cameron Crowe where he made $40,000. He was very happy about that, and he was specifically happy about the $40,000. So next time you see him, tell him owes me my $40,000 back.
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