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|1.||Dissident Aggressor||Cover: Judas Priest|
|2.||Get Lucky||Cover: Daft Punk|
|3.||Shoot to Thrill||Cover: AC/DC|
|4.||Hell Is for Children||Cover: Pat Benatar|
|5.||Gold Dust Woman||Cover: Fleetwood Mac|
|6.||1996||Cover: Marilyn Manson|
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|From: Doug||Date: October 21, 2013 at 14:06|
|LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this band! Lzzy Hale flat out rocks.|
|From: CC||Date: July 21, 2016 at 5:29|
|I have to admit that despite being a huge HS fan, and loving the first covers EP, this one kinda disappointed. The main reason behind this I spose was the amount of songs on this that I either didn't know, or have no real interest in. Two highlights are the AC/DC and Daft Punk covers. Amazingly I had never heard the Daft Punk song before, so this was actually the only unknown song to me that I enjoyed, and like Bad romance on the first EP, HS took a pop song and put a very nice rock shine on it. The rest of the songs I could live without though. Even the Priest song as its not particularly one of their songs that I was ever a fan of. Hopefully, if there is ever a vol 3, it will be more in a similar vein of vol 1.|
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