Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Switchfoot covers The Beastie Boys; featured on iTunes Download

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Check out the guys' cover of "Sabotage" by the Beastie Boys. Sound is a bit distorted, but you can definitely tell Jon Foreman is stretching his voice to the extremely high octave of the original:

UPDATE (3:14 PM PST): Check out a better audio quality video here! (you'll need to log-in to Facebook to see it)


Switchfoot's tweet: Oh and we may or may not have covered Sabatoge this evening... So freaking fun!


Switchfoot is scheduled to be featured in this week's iTunes Download Playlist podcast. Check out the dets:

Switchfoot's iTunes Download Playlist
Jon Foreman and Chad Butler of Switchfoot check in with The iTunes Download this week to play their favorite hits.

Each week here, you can find our podcast of The iTunes Download, the nationally syndicated radio show that has artists and celebrities joining Alex Luke to play the music that they've been downloading. It's their favorites from their iPods, and a look at the most downloaded music in America, broadcast each weekend, and available as a podcast here, each week.

Switchfoot's Download Playlist:
California Love - 2Pac feat. Dr. Dre and Roger Troutman
Meant To Live - Switchfoot
The Remedy - Jason Mraz
Empire State of Mind - Jay Z feat. Alicia Keys
You Found Me - The Fray
Umbrella - Rihanna feat. Jay Z
Crazy In Love - Beyonce
Misery Business - Paramore
One More Time - DaftPunk
Killing Me Softly With His Song - The Fugees
Hey There Delilah - Plain White Ts
Hey Ya - Outkast
Somebody Told Me - The Killers
Stop and Stare - OneRepublic
Uprising - Muse
Family Affair - Mary J Blige
Use Somebody - Kings of Leon
Lucky Man - The Verve
Semi Charmed Life - Third Eye Blind
You Love Is A Song - Switchfoot
The Middle - Jimmy Eat World
Doo Wop That Thing - Lauryn Hill


For some reason, it's not downloading from iTunes yet. But we'll let you know if it does soon!


If you haven't yet, please check out our new FootColumn titled 'What may have gone wrong with "The Beautiful Letdown"??' If you want to get our take on the new Switchfoot singles in relation to past singles, you won't want to miss it! Let us know what you think.

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