Scott Hardie | February 17, 2004
Inspired by Erik's query: If you were in a rock band that was recording a covers album, what original song(s) would you want to play on it?

Me, I've always yearned to perform Sheriff's "I Love Rock 'N Roll", to me the perfect expression of devotion to the genre and a hell of a fun song too (not to be confused with the song by Joan Jett, later covered by Britney Spears, or the song by Jesus & Mary Chain).

Lori Lancaster | February 17, 2004
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