On Thursday, December 30, 2010 GUNS N’ ROSES, ROCKSTAR SUPERNOVA Guitarist GILBY CLARKE sits down and talks with the hosts of the ROCK ON Radio Show, Casey & Riley Macek of HOLES AND HEARTS, in an Exclusive New Radio Interview that can be heard on Las Vegas’ #1 Internet radio station, VRadio from 7:00-9:00PM PST.
“I’m gonna make a new record, I’m ready, I’m excited!” says GILBY CLARKE, he also talks about some wild GUNS N’ ROSES stories from back in the day, playing guitar with HEART, “Nancy Wilson is Extremely Hot, she’s beautiful & she’s an incredible guitar player”, his guest appearance in the FALLOUT BOY Video, “their really funny & they have a great sense of humor”, also why he loves Rockin’ in Las Vegas, “what’s great about Vegas is you can drink all night”, his recent South American Tour and more.
It’s The Almost New Years Eve ROCK ON Radio Show with Casey & Riley of HOLES AND HEARTS with Special Guest Interview GILBY CLARKE so Get the Party Started this Thursday Night as they Crank Up some of the All Time Greatest ROCK Songs to Get Your Party On from AC/DC, VAN HALEN, & SKID ROW to LINKIN PARK, ADELITAS WAY, PANTERA and More!!!
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In 1972, glam rockers Slade released the song “Mama Weer All Crazee Now” on their classic album Slayed?. Little did they know the song would be covered by several bands later on.
In 1984, Irish rockers Mama’s Boys released a cover of the song on their self titled disc. In the same year, Quiet Riot also released their cover of the song on their disc Condition Critical.
The Slade version was the most successful, although Quiet Riot did experience some modest success with their cover as well. I am guessing many folks are not familiar with the Mama’s Boys version of the same tune. The band Mama’s Boys never really took off in the United States.
Check out the three clips below and tell us what you think! Which version of the song is best? Which video is the best? Obviously, Slade’s version is not an official video, but considering the age, it is still kind of cool. Quiet Riot & Mama’s Boys both had unique takes with their own videos.
Which one do you think is best? Decide with your votes below!
Has this song been covered too much, or do you think one of today’s hard rock bands should put their own unique spin on this song?
Please comment and let us know what you think.