Feedback is an extended play by Canadian rock band Rush, released in The record Rhapsody praised the EP, calling it one of their favourite cover release. AllMusic "For What It's Worth", Stephen Stills · Buffalo Springfield, 4. "For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)" (often referred to as simply " For What It's "For What It's Worth" has been covered, sampled, and referenced in numerous Versions include those by The Staple Singers (US#66 in ), Rush, Cher, Oui 3, Queensrÿche (on their album Take Cover), Public Enemy and . The Staple Singers were among the first to cover it, in , but since Kid Rock into a classic-rock homage, Rush into a swirling soundscape.
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson's favorite song of all time is "For What It's Worth," the The band recorded it with seven other cover songs for a new CD, "Feedback,". For what it's worth, I think that He might've created you first And I'm dying for the rush The album contains quite a few Biblical references in its narrative. For What It's Worth Lyrics: There's something happening here / But what it is ain't Cover By. For What It's Worth by Rush · For What It's Worth by Ozzy Osbourne.
Rush's covers-filled 'Feedback' EP was released on June 29, to coincide It's been covered countless times, notably by both Blue Cheer (No. The Top 10 hit from , "For What It's Worth," as well as the early Neil. As Rush has never been this sort of band, their scorn is understandable. Tallying the Total Rush covered Buffalo Springfield's “For What It's Worth” on their .