Doc Martens at 50: 10 free downloads

Doc Martens, the boot forever associated with punk rock, has turned 50 years old. In celebration the company has commissioned 10 artists to cover one of their favorite songs as well as 10 directors to create videos for each of the tracks. Included are The Raveonettes performing the Stone Roses song “I Wanna Be Adored”, “If the Kids are United” by Sham 69 from The Duke Spirit, The Cinematic Orchestra covering “Lilac Tree” inspired by Jeff Buckley, and a version of “Dirty Old Town” known to most of us by the Pogues and recorded here by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. All ten are available here as a free download from Dr. Martens. Here is the Buzzcocks’ “Ever Fallen in Love with Someone You Shouldn’t’ve” interpreted by the Noisettes.

6 Responses to “Doc Martens at 50: 10 free downloads”

  1. Pip says:

    What are the ten songs?

  2. Pip says:

    My bad! Glad I leaped before I looked.

  3. Oedipus says:

    The free download link will take you to the ten songs and the artists.

  4. Gonzo says:

    hellz yeah.

  5. John Tandarts Reeshof says:

    Hey thanks for yet another very interesting post. Where do you get your inspiration for all this :|?