Patent Pending Release Their Take On “Other People’s Greatest Hits”

American party punkers Patent Pending’s new daring cover album “Other People’s Greatest Hits” is now officially out via Rude Records. Among the ten covers, fans will be able to listen to the band’s take on hits like Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up”, Ricky Martin’s “Livin’ La Vida Loca”, and other contemporary favorites such as the mash-up of Tiesto’s “Wasted” and Avicii’s “Wake Me Up”. You can stream the record here and buy it by clicking on this link.

The quintet, who are known for their energetic live show and entertaining covers, reveal how the album came about: “Each song that we chose for this album really helps represent the many different sides of Patent Pending. We’ve always been a band that draws influence from all over the musical spectrum and this project really helped us encapsulate pieces from all of the different genres we love in a half hour of pop-punk chaos! As music can make you feel so many different things and form connections with many songs for various different reasons, the hardest part of the whole thing was deciding which songs to do and choose only 10. We started with a list of 173 potential songs and spent a full week picking away at them, so safe to say this was truly a labour of love…”

“Other People’s Greatest Hits” Tracklisting:

  • Wasted/Wake Me Up – originally by Tiesto / Avicii
  • Spice Up Your Life – originally by Spice Girls
  • Can’t Take My Eyes Off You – originally by The Four Seasons
  • Never Gonna Give You Up – originally by Rick Astley
  • Shout Out To My Ex – originally by Little Mix
  • Livin’ La Vida Loca – originally by Ricky Martin
  • All Time Low – originally by Jon Bellion
  • Mr Brightside – originally by The Killers
  • Shape Of You – originally by Ed Sheeran
  • See You Again – originally by Miley Cyrus

Patent Pending Released ‘Other People’s Greatest Hits’on 26th March via Rude Records.

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