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1. Anybody Seen My Baby (Rolling Stones)2. Come As You Are (Nirvana)3. Come Back And Stay (J. Lee/Paul Young)4. Creep (Radiohead)5. Sunday Bloody Sunday (U2)6. Like A Stone (Audioslave)7. Shine On (House of Love)8. Hey (Pixies)9. Zombie (Cranberries)10. I Run (Flock of Seagulls)11. Ancient Melody (Roy Sela)
It's not a Mutya album although she features on six of the 11 tracks - (tracks 1,2,4,5,8 and 10). The album is called the Sound of Camden which is designed to capture the unique diversity and musical spirit of North London’s Camden market apparently.
probably the only other one on there where I'd listen to the original.
Not so sure about the vocal. There's a really good version of the song hiding in there.
Mutya has heard the words before but wasn't aware they went in that order.
There's a debate about this album somewhere in the depths of the Popjustice forum where a lot of the comments are about how strange some of the songs are. One of the great joys of that forum is watching people who profess to know the wiles of modern commercial pop inside out but have no knowledge of anything else in modern music. When Solange covered Stillness Is The Move it was a lot of fun on there.
its pretty shit.
Doubt I'll listen to it again though. Bit of a shame - like Zapsta says, could've been really good. Given how the Sugababes previously managed to take something as plodding as I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor and make it good, this has to rate as a disappointment.
It almost makes a Pixies song work as a brooding, ambient-y number. So at least it's different and she's not ruined it all.