Sep 202010
 

Song of the Day posts one cool cover every morning. Catch up on past installments here.

We’ve been hearing a lot from Cee-Lo Green of late. First he covers Band of Horses, then lots of people cover “F*** You.” While we anxiously await more, let’s remember when he first hit the big time. The singing half of Gnarls Barkley alongside producer Danger Mouse, his outrageous outfits and even more outrageous voice propelled “Crazy” to…well, you remember.

On the other hand, you may or may not remember “Gone Daddy Gone,” the single they released after “Crazy.” Even if you do, you may not have realized it was a cover. For most bands, recording a soul cover of alt-weird-folk trio Violent Femmes would be weird enough. Not Gnarls. They added a video that turns the band into rock and roll lice looking for some pubic hair to call their own. It’s like A Bug’s Life. A really, really warped Bug’s Life.

Gnarls Barkley – Gone Daddy Gone (Violent Femmes cover)
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  2 Responses to “Song of the Day: Gnarls Barkley, “Gone Daddy Gone” (Violent Femmes cover)”

Comments (2)
  1. That was brilliant, thanks for sharing!

  2. The Violent Femmes then replied with a cover of Gnarl Barkley “CRAZY”

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