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Cover Me: Plug In Baby

Posted on the 11 July 2011 by Hctf @hctf


Lovedrug, a band from Alliance, OH, has tackled Plug In Baby by Muse and turned it into a mellow sounding love song. They do a lot of covers as part of their all covers as part of their I am Lovedrug campaign and most of them suck. This one is rather good, however.

(Plug In Baby by Lovedrug)


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