Heute mal Raining Blood von Slayer da es teilweise recht schräge Covers davon gibt...
2 Versionen die echt abgefahren sind wollte ich hier trotzdem mal posten
Rob Scallon (Instrumental Banjo Cover...echt die Hölle)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZ2ucr7 ... RobScallon
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PWgA3P ... llgirl7777
Ich hab mal die Zeile die es betrifft aus der Wiki rausgeschnitten...
In 2001, the song was covered by Tori Amos on her studio album Strange Little Girls. The cover of "Raining Blood" was suggested by bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who told Amos that she "had tried pretty much every other genre of music, from rap to new wave to punk to country to pop, why not some metal?" Meldal-Johnsen chose the album Reign in Blood, and after listening to it, Amos agreed to make a cover version of "Raining Blood". King states the cover was odd; "It took me a minute and a half to find a spot in the song where I knew where she was. It's so weird. If she had never told us, we would have never known. You could have played it for us and we'd have been like, 'What's that?' Like a minute and a half through I heard a line and was like, 'I know where she's at! '" In response, Slayer sent some T-shirts to Amos, which she said was appreciated.
The song has also been covered by Malevolent Creation, Havok, Vader, Diecast, Quiet Company, Reggie and the Full Effect, and Erik Hinds, who covered the entire Reign in Blood album on a H'arpeggione. The guitar riffs from "Raining Blood" and "Mandatory Suicide" were sampled by rapper Lil Jon in the song "Stop Fuckin Wit' Me" from the 2004 album Crunk Juice. It was Rick Rubin's only collaboration with Lil Jon on the record. Jon wanted to create a "black version" of Suicidal Tendencies' song "Institutionalized". The New Zealand drum and bass group Concord Dawn produced a drum and bass cover version on their album Uprising, on which they partially sample the famous opening riff of the song.