One of our favorite covers is "Jack the Ripper", originally by Link Wray. In an interview before he died, Link described "Jack the Ripper" as being in honor of a "dirty dance" done in Washington DC area nightclubs in the late-1950s, (it's not about the Jack the Ripper of English serial killer fame).
"Jack the Ripper" was later covered by "The Raybeats" in their class remake on "It's Only a Movie" in 1983. Danny Amis, the lead guitar player on that album, later went onto found Los Straitjackets, another one of our favorite bands. (Danny is currently in recovery from a bone cancer).
"Jack the Ripper" has become one of our signature tunes, usually signalling the start of a fast and loud dance set.
Here's a taste of what you might hear: