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A Nameless Ghoul from Ghost B.C. Picks the Top Cover Songs in Rock and Metal

A Nameless Ghoul from Ghost B.C. Picks the Top Cover Songs in Rock and Metal

On November 19, Ghost B.C. will release a Dave Grohl-produced EP of covers, If You Have Ghost, which includes songs by Roky Erickson, ABBA, and Depeche Mode. Revolver caught up with one of the band's Nameless Ghouls and asked him what the Top Cover Songs In Rock and Metal are.

1. Jimi Hendrix's "All Along The Watchtower" from Electric Ladyland, original by Bob Dylan

2. Judas Priest's "Diamonds And Rust" from Sin After Sin, original by Joan Baez

3. Metallica's "Blitzkrieg" from Creeping Death EP, original by Blitzkrieg

4. Siouxie And The Banchees' "Dear Prudence" from Hyaena, original by The Beatles

5. Mayhem's "Witching Hour" from Deathcrush, original by Venom

6. The Damned's "Eloise" non-album single, original by Barry Ryan

7. Metallica's "The Wait" from Garage Days Re-revisited EP, original by Killing Joke

8. The Dickies' "Nights In White Satin" from Dawn Of The Dickies, original by The Moody Blues

9. Mötley Crue's "Helter Skelter" from Shout At The Devil, original by The Beatles

10. Entombed's "Night Of The Vampire" from 7" split with New Bomb Turks, original by Roky Erickson



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