See the video for the band’s acoustic version of The Wallflowers song One Headlight here:

The name Relient K has always been synonymous with melodic songwriting, tongue in cheek humor, and all around good music and after eleven years, five full-length albums (of which three have been certified Gold), six EPs and a Christmas collection, nonstop touring, a string of hit singles, a Grammy nomination and two Dove awards,  Relient K’s uniqueness remains intact, “the exuberant punk-pop ensemble running through a handful of inspired cover songs. Covers have been a staple of the group’s live set since their beginning, and it’s clear, based on the high quality of these versions, that they have an affinity for picking songs they can really deliver” says All Music.

Is for Karaoke retail CD track list:

1. Girls Just Want To Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)

2. Baby (Justin Bieber)

3. One Headlight (The Wallflowers)

4. You’re The Inspiration (Chicago)

5. The Distance (Cake)

6. Crazy (Gnarls Barkley)

7. Motorcycle Driveby (Third Eye Blind)

8. Doctor Worm (They Might Be Giants)

9. Interstate Love Song (STP)

10. Here Comes My Girl (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)

11. Africa (Toto)

12. Surf Wax America (Weezer)

13. Inside Of Love (Nada Surf)

14. Everybody Wants To Rule the World (Tears for Fears)

K is for Karaoke Vol. 2 Track List: (Digital EP)

1. One Headlight (The Wallflowers)

2. You’re The Inspiration (Chicago)

3. The Distance (Cake)

4. Motorcycle Driveby (Third Eye Blind)

5. Interstate Love Song (Stone Temple Pilots)

6. Africa (Toto)

7. Inside Of Love (Nada Surf)

K is for Karaoke Vol. 1 Track List: (Digital EP)

1. Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)
2. Here Comes My Girl (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
3. Baby (Justin Bieber)
4. Doctor Worm (They Might Be Giants)
5. Crazy (Gnarls Barkley)
6. Everybody Wants to Rule the World (Tears for Fears)
7. Surf Wax America (Weezer)


The Undertaking 2021

Quite The Undertaking

Frenzied. Chaotic. Punk. The Undertaking!, San Diego's newest wild bunch, is about to release their debut album, and, if their live show is a premonition of any kind, the world will be opening up to one heck of a party with them. Contributing writer Andrew Voigt talks to vocalist Austin Visser about the band's new album, the reality of their music, and how they've been able to embrace their creative freedom.


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