Postmodern Jukebox's Cool Cover of "Creep" [Music Video]

Creativity isn't limited to creation.  

Sometimes how you approach something changes it. 

For example, in music, there are some pretty famous covers that "beat" (or revitalize) the original. 

  • Aretha Franklin's Respect (An Otis Redding song) is so familiar that it seems like it's the original.
  • Disturbed's The Sound of Silence (A Simon&Garfunkel song) has a whopping 236 million views on YouTube.
  • Johnny Cash's version of Hurt (A Nine Inch Nails song) has over 50 million views on YouTube.

If you want to stretch it … how about a death metal version of Mary Poppins?

Some bands exist primarily to do covers.  Few do it like Postmodern Jukebox, which an avid following – and an abundance of talent.    

Here is one of their hits, a torch song inspired version of "Creep" by Radiohead.  Worth a listen.


As I was putting this together, I came across a different version of Creep played on a Gayageum (a traditional Korean instrument).  

Different … but interesting.

There are many ways to approach almost everything.


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