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About the show

Playing tracks by

Ken Boothe, Bloc Party, Saint Etienne, Chromatics, Johnny cash and more.

Today, dear listeners, the OST brings you the long-gestating “difficult” 19th podcast, Covers. It’s a bit like Remixes but with less bleeps and clicks, and more Johnny Cash, which can’t be a bad thing.

We won’t lie, it was a hard track list to pull together. Being as painstakingly meticulous as we are, we approach these matters as if crouched over a wiry time-bomb with a pair of pliers – with great care and attention, and highly stressed – but we’re sure the end product will satisfy those with an appetite for our goods.

This was the only notable omission. A timeless cinematic masterpiece, we’re sure you’ll agree. Almost better than the original, for all the wrong reasons.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwgprId0mQk

And while we're sure many of you will have already seen this video, being the work of poignant brilliance that it is, we had to link it. No no, I just got some dust in my eye. Honestly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l95D7leeU3w

Til' next time...

Comments

Trusk
Trusk

Niceeeee set. Always feel that No Doubt cover is a bit of a guilty pleasure but it never fails to put me in a good mood. Some classics covered originally n beautifully

The Open Source Transmission

Yeah, Baronessah, it's a great version. If you're not familiar already, Nostalgia 77 and Alice Russell (who sings on that cover) are both worth checking out.

Baronessah

The Seven Nation Army cover is amazing!