SLIPKNOT, METALLICA, ALICE IN CHAINS Classics Covered By Lounge Legend: Audio Available

SLIPKNOT's "People = Shit", GUNS N' ROSES' "Welcome to the Jungle", METALLICA's "Enter Sandman", ALICE IN CHAINS's "Man in the Box" and JANE'S ADDICTION's "Been Caught Stealing" are among the tracks covered by lounge legend RICHARD CHEESE on his new album, entitled "Aperitif for Destruction".

On his fourth CD, available now on Surdog Records, Cheese and his swanky swing band perform Vegas versions of rock, rap, and Top 40 hits with snazz and pizzazz. His celebrity fan club includes Bono, Jimmy Kimmel, Chris Martin, Beck, JET, Carson Daly, Brian Setzer, PAPA ROACH, Hugh Hefner, BLINK 182, THE OFFSPRING, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, Howard Stern, David Spade, SLAYER, and Val Kilmer.

"Aperitif for Destruction" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Me So Horny (originally by 2 LIVE CREW)
02. People = Shit (SLIPKNOT)
03. Welcome To The Jungle (GUNS 'N' ROSES)
04. Brass Monkey (BEASTIE BOYS )
05. Let's Get It Started (BLACK EYED PEAS)
06. Man In The Box (ALICE IN CHAINS)
07. Been Caught Stealing (JANE'S ADDICTION)
08. The Girl Is Mine (JACKSON/MCCARTNEY)
09. You Oughta Know (ALANIS MORISSETTE)
10. Enter Sandman (METALLICA)
11. Sunday Bloody Sunday (U2)
12. We Are The World (USA FOR AFRICA)
14. American Idiot (GREEN DAY)
16. Somebody Told Me (THE KILLERS)

Download a two-minute MP3 file containing audio samples of the tracks on "Aperitif for Destruction" at this location.

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