Music Video Classics
This is part 3 of my Lana Rain review. In part 1 I talked about some of the songs that I am familiar with and liked. In part 2 I talked about those, which I wasn’t familiar with at all. In this part I will talk about one of the few covers of hers that I know of, and that is by the band War. It’s called “Don’t Take Me Alive” and was the second single off their last album, No Life. Although it’s not a huge hit or even a very good album in any respect, it does have some good guitar riffs.
This is the first time that Flood has covered themselves in public, and the first time that I can remember seeing them. It’s interesting to see how people perceive the performance. Many thought that Flood was going to be like the biggest tribute to everyone that is not a fan. I think Flood nails it though. There are a few different versions of the cover on the internet, but none is quite as amazing as the original.
This is one of the few videos I have seen of them. I’m not sure if it’s because it’s the only one they have, or it’s because they are so popular. It’s very well done. The video shows off Flood at her best, and it is quite moving. This is one of my favorite covers of all time.
Another great video for the band is “Take Me Away”. This is another awesome performance from Flood, and she does a great job of displaying her falsetto with the help of backing tracks. The video shows off a bit of the humor that goes along with her acting. It shows just what makes her so great at what she does.
“Take Me Away” also features some of Flood’s best singing and guitar work. It has a lot of the songs that you would expect with her in it, but it also has new material as well. This is a great video both in concept and execution.
All in all, this is a must watch for anyone that enjoys Music videos. This one has some of the best in the video. It shows off everything that makes this artist an amazing performer, and it is very good at what she does. Check out “Take Me Away” when it comes out. You won’t regret it.