Who did the cover of Zombie by the Cranberries where they whistled at the beginning?

Question by Ixi: Who did the cover of Zombie by the Cranberries where they whistled at the beginning?
I can’t find the name of this band! They did a cover of the song Zombie by the Cranberries where at the beginning they whistled part of the chorus. Help?

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One Response to Who did the cover of Zombie by the Cranberries where they whistled at the beginning?

  1. Cheetah says:

    Here’s a list of artists who have covered the song. The most recent cover is by Jay Brannan and I think it’s good, don’t hear him whistling though…
    In 1995, a eurodance cover version by French duo A.D.A.M. featuring Amy reached #16 in the UK singles chart,[2] with a total chart run of eleven weeks.
    On 10 September 1995, the band Faith No More played the song live at the “Monsters of Rock” Festival in Estadio Ferrocarril Oeste at Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    In 2006, a cover version of the song appeared on the album Pearls by German group Cinderella Effect, a side project of vocalist Constance Rudert from the group Blutengel.
    In 2006 South Korean indie rock band Nell covered the song. The band have also played the song live.
    In 2007, Gibraltarian Flamenco Metal band Breed 77 recorded it on their “Look at Me Now” single, after performing it during their In My Blood (En Mi Sangre) promotional tour.
    In 2007, Andrew Spencer & The Vamprockerz recorded a eurotrance cover of the song. Their version omits the second verse.
    In 2007, Argentine rap-core band Timmy O’Tool covered the song for their third album Sigo Acá De Pie.
    In 2008, American heavy metal band Animal, formed by former W.A.S.P. guitarist Randy Piper, covered the song.
    In 2009, Jay Brannan covered this song on his album, In Living Cover.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmDKh0VKymc

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