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Thanks, Margot, for the video of Sounds of Silence. In addition to being a timely remembrance, there are two things that have special significance to me.

1. There's a rule in popular culture--hell, in most of art--that you don't try to cover a masterpiece. But there is no doubt in my mind that Disturbed's version of SOS is whole levels of power above the original. What was a thoughtful song in the original shows the astonishing emotional power that was way beyond the range of S&G. It doesn't work often to take another shot at a classic, but the recent remake of True Grit and Disturbed's version of SOS both prove the value of taking a shot at it.

2. I've read that David Draiman was strongly opposed to even trying the project. He's a heavy metal singer in a heavy metal band (and a rather derivative one at that), but his band-mates pushed him to stretch into something beyond his comfort zone. And thank god he had the balls to go for it.
 
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