Sexy Metal and Hard Rock version of old song you can use for stripping !

Sometime it’s kinda fun to dance on an older song. But it’s way more funnier stripping on a refresh version of this old music! you can see the face and eyes expression of the guy in the room ! sometime man will talk between them while they are look at you during your stage! well then after your stage routine very often guys will talk with you and asking you which song version were you stripping on and the discussion is started then this is your chance to offer him a dance and doing some money!

here are some cover version you may use for your stage!
HIM – Wicked Game
“Wicked Game” is a 1989 song by Chris Isaak from his third studio album Heart Shaped World. The Finnish band HIM remade this song on several CD The last recording they made of it then reappeared on their compilation album And Love Said No – The Greatest Hits 1997-2004. With “Wicked Game” on their EP and first album, HIM gained fame in their native Finland. HIM lead sing Ville Valo have a very sensual dark vocal!

Dope – You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
This nu metal version of 80’s hit you spin me round is absolutely crowd catcher and will start the party in the club for sure!!
“You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)” is a song originally released by Dead or Alive on their 1985 album Youthquake. Originally released in November 1984, the record reached number one in March 1985, taking seventeen weeks to get there. In the US, the single peaked at #11 in September of that same year. The song is covered by the industrial metal band Dope. This version can be found on American Psycho: Music from the Controversial Motion Picture.

Nonpoint – In The Air Tonight
“In the Air Tonight” is a song by Phil Collins which first appeared on his 1981 album, Face Value. It was also the first single of Collins’ solo career, and remains one of his best known hits.
I first heard this version on the Miami Vice trailer. This version I think is better then the Phil Collins version. it’s a lot more rock and with a some heavy guitar play. this song may be very interesting for your slow stage!

Beseech – Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
here is a Gothic metal version of ABBA hits!! using very slow and and dark tempo witth doomed vocals beseech give an original twist to this old disco song! this is kinda gloomy listen the lyrics – Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight won’t somebody help me chase these shadows away, gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight take me through the darkness to the break of the day – with the very dark and deep male singer voice! this song is perfect for the Gothics and latex stripper queen around..you know who you are ! 🙂

Lacuna Coil – Enjoy The Silence
well at my taste this is one of the best metal cover song! this song have it all melodies, rhythm, greath sound and very sexy male/female duet vocal! Enjoy the Silence” is Depeche Mode’s twenty-fourth UK single, released on February 5, 1990, and the second single from the album Violator. Lacuna Coil features it as their album Karmacode’s 13th and final track! LACUNA COIL have created an intense and mesmerizing reworking of the classic DEPECHE MODE track and made it their own, with Marco Coti Zelati, the band’s bassist, adding new arrangements and vocal parts to make it the perfect LACUNA COIL song.

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