Rain From the Cloud: Pixies Covers

On Sunday, we featured The PeteBox’s cover of the classic Pixies’ tune, “Where Is My Mind.”  Since that time, we’ve discovered a whole boatload of covers. Apparently, it’s not only Nirvana who was trying to sound like the famed Boston Alt. Rock band.

In the spirit of inspiration, we cherry picked a few covers on SoundCloud, and also took a stab at our own cover (you figure out which one). In case you’re wondering, “Where Is My Mind” is the most covered Pixies’ tune.  Enjoy!

Julien Ribot – “Ana”

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The Godlike – “Bone Machine”

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Salvador Montañés Ramírez – “Cactus”

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Guillaume Quentin – “Here Comes Your Man”

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Samu’eel — “Here Comes Your Man”

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Cassettes Won’t Listen – “Hey”

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A Rocking Chair For My Soul – “I Bleed”

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Newest Zealand – “I Bleed”

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Lint Vaccine – “Levitate Me”

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The Deer and the Wolf – “Monkey Gone to Heaven”

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The Blow Me Pops – “Tame”

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Jaime sin Tierra – “Velouria”

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Gonzalo Success – “Wave of Mutilation”

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Jeremiah and the Sound “Where Is My Mind” (Traditional)

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Awesome Cat – “Where Is My Mind” (Electronic)

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Weak Soul Patch – “Where Is My Mind” (Mindless)

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Belén Mata – “Where Is My Mind” (Ukelele)

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The PeteBox – “Where Is My Mind”


Cheers… 

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