Killing in the Name

, comment by n00b100
n00b100 They used to play songs like this that were out of their comfort zone with a great deal of frequency in the last few years of 1.0 (especially 1998 - who the hell expected them to play So Lonely?), and they don't really do it anymore, mainly because they've phased a lot of covers out of their repertoire. This, though, might be the furthest out of their comfort zone of them all (well, maybe I Kissed A Girl, but the 10/29/13 All About That Bass tease and 8/19/12 Single Ladies tease shows they at least keep up with modern pop hits), which makes it worth the listen. Probably just the one listen, though...
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 They used to play songs like this that were out of their comfort zone with a great deal of frequency in the last few years of 1.0 (especially 1998 - who the hell expected them to play So Lonely?), and they don't really do it anymore, mainly because they've phased a lot of covers out of their repertoire. This, though, might be the furthest out of their comfort zone of them all (well, maybe I Kissed A Girl, but the 10/29/13 All About That Bass tease and 8/19/12 Single Ladies tease shows they at least keep up with modern pop hits), which makes it worth the listen. Probably just the one listen, though...
 

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