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Guilt By Association (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Guilt By Association (Bonus Track Version). This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:08:13 minutes.

Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:08:13
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No. Title Length
1. Don't Stop Believin' (Petra Haden) 4:05
2. Don't Look Back In Anger (Devendra Banhart) 3:51
3. From This Moment On (Mark Mulcahy) 4:20
4. Straight Up (Luna) 4:46
5. Back for Good (The Concretes) 4:03
6. Viva Forever (The Concretes) 6:14
7. Sugar, We're Going Down (Goat) 3:32
8. Can't Take That Away (Will Oldham) 5:00
9. Love's Theme (Money Mark) 3:47
10. Breaking Free (Porter Block) 3:04
11. Just Like Jesse James (The Mooney Suzuki) 4:17
12. Two Tickets to Paradise (Geoff Farina) 3:06
13. Chop Suey (Casey Shea) 2:43
14. Say My Name (Superchunk) 3:49
15. Burnin' for You (Mike Watt) 4:38
16. From This Moment On (Bonus Version) (Mark Mulcahy) 3:27
17. Careless Whispers (Bonus Track) (Porter Block) 3:31



The concept here is for indie-rock artists to cover their guilty pleasures, pop songs that are unashamedly pop and performed by mainstream musical acts often critically ridiculed. Technically, Blue Oyster Cult and Oasis, both critically acclaimed groups, don’t belong here. However, former-Minutemen Mike Watt’s solid take on “Burnin’ For You” forgives this indiscretion, while Devendra Banhart might have done well to pick something other than Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back in Anger,” a tune he loses in his quirkiness. Petra Haden does an ear-raising acapella rendition of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’.” Former Miracle Legion singer Mark Mulcahy keeps the hooks intact for Shania Twain’s “From This Moment On.” Bonnie “Prince” Billy uses cheap, machine-like drumbeats and ancient synthesizers to bring Mariah Carey’s “Can’t Take That Away” to life. The usually somnambulant Luna turn up the attack for a rock flavored rendition of Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up.” Jim O’Rourke can’t quite replicate the smooth grooves of the Spice Girls’ “Viva Forever,” however, much like all the covers here, he makes you rethink about songs that otherwise might have gone overlooked.