Somebody That I Used to Know - Gotye and Walk off the Earth Together (Side by Side Comparison)
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After hearing Walk off the Earth's cover of Gotye's song (with Kimbra) Somebody That I Used to Know - I was curious at how close they actually were to each other... great cover of a great song.
⇦ Stereo Left is WOTE/Sarah Blackwood. Stereo Right is Gotye/Kimbra ⇨
Gotye's Film of the song: http://youtu.be/8UVNT4wvIGY
Walk off the Earth's Version: http://youtu.be/d9NF2edxy-M
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- I like the both songs <33 They sound so close
- nice !!
- You guys are really good at doing song impressions you guys like the song
- Nice camouflage, but only if you are trapped in a weird future triangle
word. Loved the sining though ;)
- I think gotye sang it better
- This is so cool :D...
- Exactly what i was looking for, thank you!
- great job! thanks :)
- I love this version than this either of these. And could hear the
difference by using earphone. Love them!
- muito bom
- someone must have you hate list for epicness.
- Cool! Nice job!
- actually if you write "gotye somebody i used to know walk off the earth
comparison" you can find it. I know it sounds a bit weird though :D
- excelente trabajo!!!! (good job)
- A group of Americans VS. Australians... Funny
- omg THEY SOUND EXACLTY THE SAME!!! WOTE DEF. HAS SOME SKILLS
- The choir part is AMAZING!! It just works so damm good!!
- 3:42 = Goosebumps WELL DONE! :)
- PLEASE CHECK OUT MY COVER
- download link please ??
- This is totally incredible actually gave me shivers!!!
- When can the world start pronouncing WOTE like GOTYE with a W? Maybe we can
do so, on a trial basis, in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Canada and,
for good measure, Germany. On a much more serious note, any mention now of
Gotye, surely makes a lot of us think of his native homeland and the loss
and sorrow of Belgians, following the Swiss tunnel accident. Many candles
have been lit for you all here in North America.