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Bay Area pop-rocker Lizzie Pyxx has a thing for zombies and that song by The Cranberries that induces a stabby feeling when Dolores O'Riordan starts wailing, "Zombieeeee!" like a pregnant cat. The singer created a video parodying the 1994 protest song about Northern Ireland with a literal flesh-munching interpretation of the lyrics, trading "In your head," for lines like "Strike their head," and "Bash in their head." Charming! Several bands have parodied or covered the song before – it was one of the better known tracks from the 90s – but it seems odd that none have taken the obvious undead route (am I missing someone?). Pyxx used clips from Night of the Living Dead, Vengeance of the Zombies, and Oasis of the Zombies...
Click Here To See The Videos Ireland has produced some of the best rock artists of all time. Here at IrishCentral.com we have compiled our favorite top ten rock anthems. The variety, talent and legacy of each of these performers lives on and continues to influence fans and artists across the globe. So sit back, relax and enjoy, in no particular order, the talent of our indigenous rock stars. 1. “With or Without You” by U2 is one of their most iconic tunes. It comes from their 1987 album Joshua Tree. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine placed the single at number 131 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. 2. “Whiskey in the Jar” by Thin Lizzy. One of Ireland's biggest rock bands in the 1970s. The Dublin band after their chart debut with this song the band appeared on Top of the Pops February 1973. . 3. “Linger” by The Cranberries. The Limerick »
2 items from 2011
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