The first single from Renée Fleming’s rock covers album Dark Hope is out today, but according to Decca I’m not allowed to make fun of it yet. It’s like it’s Christmas morning and I’m not allowed to open any presents.

Luckily for them, I just stumbled upon this. 86 orchestral versions of rock songs and weird classical remixes for the low, low price of $11.99. Don’t say “cheap”. It’s “great value”.



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  1. March 30, 2010

    I am pretty sure that this Renee track is the greatest recording since the invention of electricity. Will there be a video for this? Will she run through a spooky old house, clutching the hem of a white gown? Will a dove take flight in slow motion? I think I am going to listen to it five or six more times now.

  2. Jimmy #
    March 31, 2010

    Why?? For the love of God, why…? Susan Boyle I can understand but Renee?

  3. kimchikraut #
    March 31, 2010

    Just out of curiosity, I would like to find someone who likes this sort of thing and ask them what the fuck is wrong with them.

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