|Extreme - More Than Words their most popular song sounds nothing like the rest of their discog p much|
|#8 is probably my favorite red hot chili pepper song ever|
|This seems like the type of list I'd made circa 2014.|
Here's some though:
Butthole Surfers - "Kuntz"
Ween - "Friends" (EP version, they're eclectic as fuck, but this one really pushes it)
Portishead - "Deep Water"
Led Zeppelin - "Hot Dog" (this one works better honestly)
Soundgarden - "Exit Stonehenge"
The Smashing Pumpkins - "Eye" (They've dabbled with electronics, but this is full on electronic)
Black Sabbath - "It's Alright" (sadly this song sucks)
The Beatles - "Revolution 9"
Dinosaur Jr. - "Don't"
Creedence Clear Water Revival - "Rude Awakening #2"
|Bjork - "It's Oh So Quiet"|
|Strapping Young Lad - Two Weeks|
Live - White, Discussion
Deftones - Teenager, Beauty School
Skunk Anansie - Charlie Big Potato
Thursday - Stay true
The Gathering - A Life All Mine
Chemical Brothers - Wide Open
Cult of Luna - new track with Julie Christmas
Is it really possible to say that Butthole Surfers have a general sound that they can write outside of in the first place?
|If I can do it with Ween, Butthole Surfers seem pretty easy, plus Kuntz is even left field for them.|
|Albatross is a strange inclusion. That song is pretty typical of Green's guitar playing and is essentially a blues track as was pretty much all of the original Fleetwood Mac's material. I guess they didn't really have any other instrumentals that had the same vibe as Albatross but still.|
|Converge - In Her Shadow, perhaps?|
|Blur Song 2? How can you pick that song when You're So Great is on the same album?|