Coverville 865: The Avengers Cover Story

May 1, 2012


A tribute to the forthcoming blockbuster film about the Marvel Comics superhero group – by request! (57 minutes)


Title Artist Album Original Artist More
1 So Much In Love The Lonely Boys The Lonely Boys Mighty Avengers
Album The Lonely Boys
2 Hawkeye M.A.S.S. Mysteria Alan Parsons Project
Album Hawkeye - Mysteria
3 Catch Me Now, I’m Falling Goo Goo Dolls Something For The Rest Of Us (Special Edition) Kinks
4 Iron Man The Cardigans First Band On The Moon Black Sabbath
Album Iron Man - First Band on the Moon
5 God of Thunder / S.O.S The Black-Sweden Gold ABBA/Kiss
Album The Black-Sweden
6 Black Widow Adrian Smith Voices Of British Heavy Metal Alice Cooper
Album Black Widow - Voices Of British Heavy Metal
7 Thor Therion Crowning of Atlantis Manowar
Album Thor - Crowning of Atlantis
8 It’s a Sin Gamma Ray Power Plant Pet Shop Boys
Album It's a Sin - Power Plant
9 I Don’t Wanna Grow Up Scarlett Johansson Anywhere I Lay My Head Tom Waits
Album I Don't Wanna Grow Up - Anywhere I Lay My Head (Deluxe Edition)
10 River Robert Downey, Jr. A Very Ally Christmas featuring Vonda Shepard Joni Mitchell
Album River - Ally McBeal: A Very Ally Christmas
11 Black Snake Moan Samuel L. Jackson Music From The Motion Picture Black Snake Moan Blind Lemon Jefferson
Album Black Snake Moan - Black Snake Moan (Music from the Motion Picture)

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  1. Cool concept!

    I thought I recognized Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson’s distinctive voice on that “Black Widow” track. I did a bit of digging, and sure enough, he appears alongside Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith on the cover, which apparently has appeared on at least two Alice Cooper tribute albums as well. Rounding out the cast of characters is Tommy Aldridge on drums, Tony Franklin on bass, and former Alice Cooper keyboardist Derek Sherinian.

  2. You did such a great job with this! In such a short time too.
    It’s cool you put the RDJ version of River. Now when Avengers come out on blu-ray around Christmas it will give this episode a whole new life.
    Thanks again for doing this show.

  3. Was listening to this while working as I usually do – and was very surprised when the first I heard was the unmistakenable voice of Per Gessle! Cool cover 🙂

    And Per Gessle/Nisse Hellberg, The Cardigans and Black Sweden in one show – way to go with the Swede-episode 😉

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