Re: New covers?

Michelle Monroe (
Sun, 19 Sep 1993 17:22:09 -0600

Hello, fellow S & B fans!!
It's nice to see a few postings FINALLY...the list was DEAD this summer
(well, practically). "Zeebopazod" said,

>Well, your question has bounced into my empty cranial-space and come up with
>this rather odd list.
>"Synchronicity II" - Police
>"Sunday Bloody Sunday" or "New Year's Day" - U2
>"Chess Piece Face" - They Might Be Giants
>"One of the Few" - Pink Floyd
>"The Man's Too Strong" - Dire Straits
>"Never Let Me Down Again" - Depeche Mode
>"In My Time of Dying" or EVEN "Stairway to Heaven" - Led Zeppelin

and I think that most of these might be great songs for S & B to cover (I
like "never let me down" particularly, they could outdo DM in two seconds),
if a bit strange (but that's why we love them!!!) But, they also strive to
be unpredictable, so I doubt any of us could actually predict what they
would cover...

Other stuff:

-Thanks for the "RAGS" stuff, "Baube"---especially interesting for the
young 'uns (ME)

-MTV just aired that stupid old "sex in the 90's" special, the one that
claims "a new breed of women artists who don't rely upon sexuality to sell
their music are up-and-coming," blah blah blah, Sioux was one, Sinead
another. I think I know what they were trying to do, _BUT_, Sioux and
Sinead are sexier than ANY madonna or samantha without even trying!! And,
smart to boot!!

Michelle K. Monroe (cherub)
STILL studying Scientific and Technical Communication
at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan

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