Top 10 ... Cover Versions

1 Happy Mondays - Step On:

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The Madchester band updated John Kongos' 'He's Gonna Step On You Again'.

2 Joe Strummer - Redemption Song: This Bob Marley track was covered by The former Clash frontman.

3 Gary Jules - Mad World: This Tears For Fears cover was on the Donnie Darko soundtrack.

4 Petshop Boys - Always on my Mind: The duo revived Brenda Lee's 1972 song.

5 Johnny Cash - Hurt: The Man in Black bowed out with this Nine Inch Nails cover.

6 Nirvana - Molly's Lips: Kurt Cobain and Co. covered this track by Glasgow band The Vaselines.

7 Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares to You: The Irish star had a world wide hit with this Prince cover.

8 Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen's original may be more moving, but the Buckley cover reached a new generation of fans.

9 Jose Gonzales - Heartbeats: A TV ad helped make this cover of a track by Swedish group The Knife a hit.

10 Pixies - Wild Honey Pie: The Boston band gave this trippy Beatles track a hard rock overhaul.

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