Out of the available list to vote for, I'd settle and did indeed settle for Garbage. Can't get into The Killer's cover.
Having another listen now, quite fond of Zoo Station.
One year on, have any of these covers grown on you or fallen away over the past twelve months?
Originally, I was a fan of Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses (Garbage), Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World (The Fray) and Love Is Blindness (Jack White). But having listened to them all a few times over the last year, I'm not as keen on Love Is Blindness anymore, but three in particular have really grown on me. Until The End Of The World (Patti Smith), The Fly (Gavin Friday) and Acrobat (Glasvegas). And 10 months on from my last post, I did get into Ultraviolet (The Killers).
I can't appreciate One (Damien Rice) or Mysterious Ways (Snow Patrol) yet. They've made no impact since I first heard them.
I only frequent Zoo Station (Nine Inch Nails), Real Thing (Jacques Lu Cont), One (Damien Rice), Mysterious Ways (Snow Patrol), The Fly (Gavin Friday) and Tryin' (The Fray) and wouldn't be able to give an educated review on the other songs.
The only ones I listen to are:
Real Thing remix
but all of them are now "acceptable" to me, at first MW, One, and Acrobat sounded AWFUL to me, but now I can tolerate them LOL