Franz Ferdinand Cover 'Womanizer'

2009-04-07 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 23 Comments
Franz Ferdinand recorded a cover of Britney Spears' 'Womanizer' live in studio as part of BBC's Live Lounge series. The video of the session can be seen below:

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

Tagged: Franz Ferdinand

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TNY
April 7th 2009
571 Comments


lol

What is with all these bands covering Britney Spears? COB, Local H, and now these guys.

Douchebag
April 7th 2009
3624 Comments


Haha this will be fun.

AlexTM510
April 7th 2009
1419 Comments


oh man that was awesomeeeeeee

this one has a download link

Edit: my bad wrong one

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pwoij-B8NuE&feature=relatedThis Message Edited On 04.07.09

Porklips
April 7th 2009
89 Comments


Now that's how you get respect in the music industry.

tripleb2k
April 7th 2009
217 Comments


a lot better than I thought it would be...
still think A Static Lullaby does the best cover of a Spears song.

Douchebag
April 7th 2009
3624 Comments


I liked The Last Shadow Puppets cover of S.O.S by Rhianna. That was pretty fun.

AtavanHalen
April 7th 2009
17927 Comments


Womanizer bandwagon done up and left, Ferdypants. Too little too late.

fireaboveicebelow
April 7th 2009
6837 Comments


this sucked...

ThyCrossAwaits
April 7th 2009
3092 Comments


OMFG ANOTHER WOMANIZER!!!

CrazyFool84
April 7th 2009
1081 Comments


Ugh, that was pretty awful, those voices just don't work in cohesion like that

Jim
April 8th 2009
5110 Comments


this was cool

zuzek
April 8th 2009
754 Comments


Was fun until they hit the vocal harmonization. Ugh indeed.

Fugue
April 8th 2009
7367 Comments


Not a bad cover, agreed with all the comments about the vocals though

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
April 8th 2009
7506 Comments


Decent cover, vocals worked on the chorus but I thought the verses were all over the place. Also I wish they'd hurry up and announce a tour.

Fugue
April 8th 2009
7367 Comments


Aren't they on tour?? I swear my brother saw them like a month ago.

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
April 8th 2009
7506 Comments


they only went on a small uk one just before the new album was released. they say they're going to announce a full one soon.

Fugue
April 8th 2009
7367 Comments


Ahh ok fair enough, means I haven't missed them then :-)

Liberi Fatali
Emeritus
April 8th 2009
1588 Comments


Rather dull, much like Lily Allen covering it live. Original is vastly more enjoyable.

timbo8
April 8th 2009
618 Comments


who's NOT gonna cover this?

CxLTxN
April 8th 2009
107 Comments


Ewwww

taylormemer
April 8th 2009
4957 Comments


C'mon plz be Slayer next!

absurdismwine
April 8th 2009
304 Comments


I think it would be cool if Streetlight covered it

PanasonicYouth
April 8th 2009
7413 Comments


I think it would be cool if Streetlight covered it

QFT. Absurdismwine is wise. And beardy.



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