The origin of the covers
Laibach has done a lot of covers on their many albums. Some are so re-made that you might have
a hard time recognizing them. Also, the lyrics are often altered, some more than others, so that they
better suit Laibach's objectives.
NATO: based on "Mars" from Holst's "Planets suite"
War: Edwin Starr, from the album "War" (1970)
Final Countdown: Europe, from the album "Final Countdown" (1986)
In The Army Now: Bolland & Bolland (later covered by Status Quo)
Dogs Of War: Pink Floyd, from the album "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" (1987)
Alle Gegen Alle: DAF
National Reservation: Written by John D Loudermilk and originally called "Indian reservation" (also made a hit by Paul Revere and the Raiders, billboard #1 1971)
2525: Zager and Evans, from the album "Exordium and Terminus"
Mars On River Drina: based on the Serbian military march, "March On The River Drina" by S. Binicki.
God is God: Juno Reactor
The Cross: the Artist Formerly Known As Prince
Jesus Christ Superstar: Rock Opera/musical with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber (1971)
Sympathy for the Devil: Rolling Stones, from the album "Beggars Banquet" (1968)
Opus Dei/Leben Heisst Leben: Opus (then called "Live is Life")
Geburt Einer Nation: Queen (then called "One Vision")
[All songs on Let It Be]: Beatles, from the album "Let It Be" (1970)