Somethin’ Else was originally released on the 2018 album Out of the Garden and Into the Darkness. It is about the nature of life, needing to know that the journey is worth it, life passing by too quickly, but needing somethin’ more than life is giving you. It is a great piece of bluegrass
Scarborough Fair / Canticle was originally released by Simon & Garfunkel on their 1966 album Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme and as a single in 1968. It is a combination of 2 songs, the traditional English folk song Scarborough Fair, and Canticle, a reworking of Paul Simon‘s earlier song The Side of
Soldier Of Fortune was originally released by Deep Purple on their 1974 album Stormbringer. This is an instrumental arrangement for solo classical guitar that retains the feel of the original track but with a classical sound that highlights the beautiful melodies. The video was filmed at the Tyne Cot Cemetery in Passchendaele, Belgium. You
Believer was originally released by Imagine Dragons on their 2017 album Evolve and as a single. It is about using pain to help you grow. This version starts off with Artem Lasin singing a standard version of the song, then Marina Grineva joins in, then the performance kicks up a notch with the first
Paranoia, Pánik, Propaganda and Paranoia, Panic, Propaganda are the Hungarian and English versions of the new single from the boys. They are about the current state of World politics, using paranoia, panic and propaganda to brainwash the public. This is another great piece of melodic punk that we are used to from Bankrupt. The
SatSunDay was originally released on the 2016 EP Dancing Night. It is about getting through the week so that you can make it to Saturday and Sunday and really enjoy the weekend. It is a great, short, piece of rock from the inimitable Yukika that is full of her usual excessive amounts of energy.
Time for some humour. We Are The Champions was originally released by Queen on their 1977 album News Of The World and as a single, and it has become a standard anthem at sporting events. This is a parody version that was released to coincide with the 2006 FIFA World Cup that was
Imagine was originally recorded by John Lennon on his 1971 album Imagine and as a single. It is a song of peace with the basic idea of not focusing on the differences between people nor on material possessions, it admits that Peace is just a dream, but if everyone has that dream then Peace becomes a reality.
Phantom of the Opera is from the musical Phantom of the Opera and was originally sung by Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford in 1986, though this is based on the 2002 version by Nightwish on their album Century Child. It is the main theme from the show and explains the relationship between Christine and the
The Yellow Scientist is a mashup of 2 songs that were originally released by Coldplay: Yellow was originally released on the 2000 album Parachutes and as a single; and The Scientist was originally released on the 2002 album A Rush Of Blood To The Head and as a single. This is another incredible instrumental