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Alan & Michelle wrote:
Jaap wrote:Gimme Shelter

But what version of gimme shelter ....? :P


I know only one. The Tepee

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What about the Sam Fox version then ... :lol:


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That's one of HW's very worst songs!


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Alan & Michelle wrote:What about the Sam Fox version then ... :lol:


Hmmmmm...

Would I know it, I would not admit that. Knowing it, that is.

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valium 10, any vertion.
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streets of fear / first landing, weird tapes 7.
spirit of the age, weird tapes 4.
black elk speaks, space bandits.

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The Watcher from the 2001 tour, also Brainbox Pollution from the same tour. The recorded versions of both these tracks on 1999 Party album were good as well.


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Maybe the Flicknife Golden Void off the top


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Assassins of Allah - Different Every time & always evolving.
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mike coleman wrote:Maybe the Flicknife Golden Void off the top


DB's guitar solo on that is one of my favourite pieces of guitar playing by anyone ever,

The Palace Springs version of Golden Void - or, rather, 'Void of Golden Light' - is wonderful as well.

I'm not sure if either really qualifies as 'reworking' though?

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agree Steam! - my favourite track of all time is Paradox (HOTMG) - think around the time of the Take Me To Your Leader album it was re-worked as a single - b-side to Spirit Of The Age? - it's not in my possession at the moment but really enjoyed it!


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I really enjoy the Stellar version of Tim's A Song For A New Age.

Also, the Sonic Attack studio version from the album of the same name. Didn't like it at first, but it somehow feels like a warning of the cold, dreadful 80s to me now. Just in my imagination, of course. I was born in 82 and only listened to that album for the first time when the Atomhenge edition came out :D

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Damnation Alley - (Live Studio Version)
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This might be the one.....
Like a goblet of fire....

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