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15 Times Indians Slayed With Their Covers Of Some Of Your Favourite Songs

You'll never listen to "Riders on the Storm" the same way again.

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1. If you like The Doors, listen to Krish Ashok's carnatic version of "Riders on the Storm."

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2. If you like Metallica, listen to Thaikkudam Bridge's cover of "Nothing Else Matters."

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3. If you like Maroon 5, listen to this Hindi/English cover of "Payphone."

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4. If you like Guns n Roses, listen to "Sweet Child o' Mine" like you've never heard it before, Indian classical style.

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5. If you've been jamming to some John Legend, check out this soothing desi rendition of "All of Me."

6. Soulmate is one of the most brilliant bands India has ever produced. They show us why with this powerful cover of "Voodoo Woman" by Koko Taylor.

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7. If you still listen to the Friends theme once a day (no shame), listen to this stripped down version by Akshay Nandakumar.

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8. Indians really dig some good old Bob Dylan. And no one loves him more than the evergreen Lou Majaw. Check out his take on "Forever Young."


9. The Beatles would have been proud of this classical cover of "Norwegian Wood" by Deobrat Mishra and friends.

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10. If you're a fan of Elvis (how could you not be, right?), this bluesy version of "Heartbreak Hotel" is for you.

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11. If you worship the guitar gods, you may be a fan of Guthrie Govan. And this cover by Adi Kumar with a classical twist will blow your mind.

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12. Indians love Game of Thrones. Listen to this eerie version of "The Rains of Castamere" by the Indian Jam Project.

13. And on the other end of the spectrum, this insane dubstep remix of the Game of Thrones theme song by Metrognome.


14. If you haven't heard Tim Buckley, listen to "Song to the Siren." And then listen to Sheila Chandra's stirring tribute.

15. And finally, Usha Uthup shows us why she's one of the most loved artists in the industry with this soulful cover of Adele's "Skyfall."

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