May 29, 2008


Let's try a new thing here. RighteouslyWicked put together this list of his favorite 15 albums of all time. I don't what it is about top lists, but every time I see one, I just have to stick around just to see who's on number one, no matter what the list is about.

Please remember this is RighteouslyWicked's own private opinion of his favorite albums, not the actual best albums of all time, so don't spam him with hate mail just because you don't agree with his picks.

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May 28, 2008


Rob, best known as YouTube's mighty zodiakironfist, is back with new original material. You should remember his Vowel Song from past updates, and if you don't, you should definitely check that out. It's OK, I'll wait...

...Back? OK. Now, Rob has not uploaded new videos for a while now, because of camera problems, but that doesn't mean the mighty Rob is not being a Living Room Rock God. Recently he treated us with two new recordings: "Schoolyard Bully" and "Bad Hair Day". As it is to be expected, they both rule.

Other works by Rob:
"The Vowel Song" (video) (audio)
"Boris The Spider" (The Who cover) (video) (audio)

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May 27, 2008


Muzzzicman does the acoustic cover for this week with Guns 'N Roses' "Patience" with a look that takes us back to the decade that was solely responsible for the hole in the ozone.

May 26, 2008


Tensiveseth has to be one of the more prolific LRRG's out there; he puts out videos like a mad man. Here's another rendition of his, Rush's (obviously) "The Spirit of Radio".

And now, for a little bit of shameless self-promotion, here's a small collaboration video I made with 3 other great LRRG's: Phil, Fer and Antony; it's the Stone Temple Pilot's "Plush".

May 22, 2008


First update for today is Martin Periard (VersatileStudio2008) doing his drum rendition of Motley Crue's "Dr. Feelgood", and believe me when I say, you will feel good after taking a look at his drum skills.

I don't know how many of you know Lenoar, but more people should. Just check him out doing Jamiroquai's "Use The Force". He's so relaxed playing, he makes it look easy. His channel surely is worth checking out.

May 20, 2008


A Dixie Chicks cover? That's right. I ran across jennimo26 while looking for an acoustic cover to post and her voice was too awesome not to show it off here; "Travelin' Soldier" was, I think, the tune that does that the best from the videos in her channel..., we have so many Texan LRRG's that it was just a matter of time before a bluegrass or country cover made it's way to the posts.

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May 19, 2008


Once again, when the LRRG Submission entries ran out, the ever amazing, multi-instrumentalist-Rush-maniac-LRRG Tensiveseth came to the rescue and submitted again!... and again. This is his rendition to Rush's "Armor And Sword" bass line.

Thanks a lot, man!

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May 16, 2008


Young master GigaScythe does a great rendition of Linkin Park's "Breaking the Habit"; and the title of the song couldn't be more accurate. Do a search for "singing cover" in YouTube and see how many growlers you get. I have nothing against growlers, but growling is not singing. What's so wrong about writing "growling to..." instead of "singing to..." in the title?

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May 15, 2008


Since I didn't post anything yesterday, there will be a double feature today.

CAKE is definitively not a popular band to cover in YouTube. Very few people do for some reason. A few LRRGs have covered some tunes, and there's even a collaboration for "I Will Survive" in the archives. Now we can add this great rendition of CAKE's "Never There" by SJDrummer02. I get tired just by listening that hi-hat go.

The second update for today is a bass rendition of "Snow" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers by emusedone, who's quite remarkable. It's not that she's a bassist, even though she suffers from Lupus, which has given her arthritis on her left hand. What you have to admire is her I-play-like-this-weather-you-like-it-or-not attitude, and for that, I salute you, sister LRRG!

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May 13, 2008


It's been a while since I've posted a collaboration, and this one is much worth it. Talented musician, and a buddy of mine, weiland, put this one together with the help of ripper778, another talented musician. They decided on Temple of the Dog's hit "Hunger Strike"... man, that was a good decision.

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May 12, 2008


Recently I got a comment in one of my videos *cough* Korn'sThoughtlessBassCover *cough* by this awesome lady called Helen Austin (heleneaustin). Turns out that other than playing a great guitar and having a great singing voice, she also has that other quality that makes a great Living Room Rock God: a great sense of humor.

It was really tough to decide on just one video of hers to post here, since there's so many great (and funny!) ones. I decided on her version of Plain White T's "Hey There, Delilah" just because it makes fun of a very popular song, and I like when people do that.

As you probably know, the original is a corny love song. The singer sings his song to a girl called Delilah all the way in New York City telling her one day he'll make money with his guitar (he should sell it) and go visit her. Now, in Helen's version, a year has passed and the guy writes her another song, he's done 42 so far, demanding some attention from her. You'll have to listen to see what becomes of this sweet relationship.

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May 9, 2008


So this is my evil plan: the "LRRG Feature" section was a lot of editing work, so I could only do so much... and then it hit me: yes! the perfect plan! I shall make the LRRG's do the work for me! *insert maniac laughter*.

So, my first vict-- err.. I mean.. guest, is Mike, or Smokeater68... and that's all I have to say, since the video covers the rest...

...oh, he's a fireman and the video lasts 15 minutes. Sweet, eh!?


After a couple of days out of circulation given to some health issues, I'm back posting. Sorry for the delay LRRGs! I'll make it up to you with several posts!

I'm not going to lie to you, I have no clue who Corinne Bialey Rae is, but I do know for sure this girl essence979 does an amazing "Like A Star" vocal rendition. Then, after reading her video description I found out the track she's using is not the original one, but a guitar track played by earth2ian. They go really well together methinks.

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May 6, 2008


Don't you just love it when LRRGs put their own style into a song? That's exactly what moberod does with Foo Fighter's classic "Monkey Wrench". Instead of going all Dave Grohl and destroying his vocal cords, this guy puts his money in a more melodic approach.

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May 5, 2008


Just when I was sad and thought we had run out of LRRG Submissions, Stephen (who we know as Tensiveseth) came to the rescue showing off his year-and-change skills, sot surprisingly, to a Rush tune: YYZ.

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May 2, 2008


That's how HERO1WILL1DROW describes his vocal rendition of Three Days Grace's "Wake Up", and even does a small intro to it and the lyrics appear at the bottom of the screen. Something about a girl he used to date. What is important is that he's got a great rock voice and sure knows how to use it.

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May 1, 2008


Exactly a week ago I posted Bill's rendition to Steeler Wheel's "Stuck in The Middle With You". It was purely coincidental that, while looking for bass renditions to post today, I came across this one from infusion26 covering George Baker's "Little Green Bag", which happens to be another classic from the Reservoir Dogs soundtrack... coincidence!?...

...Yes, coincidence. Still, pretty cool rendition.

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