The Spectacle never ends! Francis Vace enters the stage and performs a lovely and refined Ska cover of Rara’s hit under the Countess Coloratura name. Full of the musician’s signature musical style, the cover is also a wonderful playground to showcase the extent of his vocal talent, featuring incredibly sincere and strong vocals in more ways than one. The “two-thirds time” part near the end is very creative as well and contributes to the many wonders of this perfect cover. One More!
Those who watched last week’s episode know how much of a gift the song We’re Friendship Bound was (as well as the whole episode), and I’m so happy that NeverLastStanding responded with a fittingly cute and lively Orchestral arrangement! Creative and complete with many instruments being used, it does an awesome job at paying tribute to that song and episode! Another very lovely and welcome release from
Pinkie Pie NeverLastStanding. Be sure to give him lots of props and cuddles, he really deserves it!
Time for more ponifications of classic Beatles songs courtesy of The Beatle Bronies! Their tribute to Do You Want to Know a Secret doubles as a tribute to S05E19 The One Where Pinkie Pie Knows, and despite being short, the Classic Rock treat is as lovely as it can get, with qdBrony, Wootmaster, and P1K all doing a magnificent job with much passion and skill.
The golden combination of Prince Whateverer and Sable Symphony join forces again to bring us this pony parody of Whitechapel’s The Saw Is the Law, this time with guest vocalist NRGPony. PW and friends dive into a heavier, angrier kind of metal to really emphasize the brutality of the changeling hive and way of life. As one would expect with this all-star lineup of collaborators, The Swarm is the Law is an incredible mix, consisting of heavy guitar-work, guttural vocals, and intense drumming.
After a three-year hiatus, The Beatle Bronies are finally back, this time with new drummer Wootmaster! This time, they bring a great new parody (one that lends itself way too easily to the original) named the controversial but beloved season 3 finale of the same name. The authenticity to the Beatles’ sound is on-point here and it should be enough to please any longtime Beatle Bronies fan!
Covering one of the very best classics of P@D, Francis Vace gives to the amazing EDM anthem his classic ska vibes with the funny bass and the typical vocal performance of Vace! You did great here Vace, keep doing your thing!
Time for even more emotions! Koron Korak brings us a wonderful Acoustic cover of the much emotional finale song from the movie, playing violin, drums and guitar himself with much passion and coolness too! Let the emotional sound of the violin reawaken and extend the feelings that you got from the movie’s ending, as we partake in that joy again, being united with the ones we love no matter the distance…
Thank you for this, Koron! I’ll never forget the times we spent rewatching the movie together with Mane, and how you released this now as a tribute. Stay awesome! ❤
After returning to pony music, Quicksilver has been extremely active with both originals and some great covers, like this one! The vocals are the original ones, but Quicksilver’s guitar tones are as killer as ever and the percussion in the second verse is incredibly fresh. The video includes footage from this past BronyCon, very fitting of the original theme of the song! Take a listen if you’re into all-around solid show song covers.
FritzyBeat comes back with an acoustic cover of Not A Second Late performed by JoshSaysStuff! And what is greater than have the original artist helping in the instrumental?! The guitar melodies together with the ukulele and the magnificent vocals of Fritzy makes this version a sweet and catchier version than the original! Thank you Fritzy for this version and for being awesome! And thank you Josh for creating such an amazing song!
The next Ponytones ponification is here! Keeping with the 60s theme, “Horse of the Rising Sun” parodies (specifically) the famous Animals cover of Bob Dylan’s original, “House of the Rising Sun.” The lyrics by iRhymeTheSongs are about Celestia, as you may have guessed from the title, and are handled very well. With some immaculate drumming and fiery vocals from Wootmaster, crisp guitar and bass tones from The Sound Guy, and some very sharp organ playing by Riccardo C, this Celestia-focused parody is quite well-produced and should be a treat for anyone, even those who haven’t heard the original.