Dr. Luke vs. The World

Dr. Luke vs. The World

Lukasz Gottwald (aka Dr. Luke) is making headlines this week as Ke$ha checks in to rehab for an eating disorder. Word is he has a history of verbal abuse. I’ll leave that news to the experts at People Magazine. A Ke$ha fan has even created an online petition called “Let Ke$ha have creative freedom“.

So let me take this opportunity to present a compilation of Dr. Luke produced tracks over the years and the songs that they sound like. Enjoy!

 


Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald) has been racking up the hits in the last few years for artists like Katy Perry, Britney Spears and Ke$ha. He’s also been at the center of numerous copyright infringement cases. And of course made many appearances on ThatSongSoundsLike. I thought it might be interesting if I compiled a bunch together in one post. Enjoy!

One Direction vs. Queen

One Direction - "Rock Me - produced by Dr. Luke" (2012)

Queen - "We Will Rock You" (1977)

Avril Lavigne vs. Peaches

Original Post

Avril Lavigne - "I Don't Have to Try - produced by Dr. Luke" (2007)

Peaches - "I'm the Kinda" (2003)

Daughtry vs. The Asphalt

Original Post

Daughtry - "Feels Like Tonight - produced by Dr. Luke" (2006)

The Asphalt - "Tonight" (2005)

Chrissy vs. Ke$ha

Original Post Here

Chrissy - "My Slushy" (2006)

Ke$ha - "Tik Tok - produced by Dr. Luke" (2009)

Kesha vs. Flo Rida vs. Taio Cruz

Original Post Here

Taio Cruz - "Dynamite - produced by Dr. Luke" (2010)

Flo Rida - "Good Feeling - produced by Dr. Luke" (2011)

Ke$ha - "Die Young - produced by Dr. Luke" (2012)

Pink vs. The Veronicas

The Veronicas - "4ever - produced by Dr. Luke" (2005)

Pink - "U + Ur Hand - produced by Dr. Luke" (2006)

Avril Lavigne vs. The Rubinoos

Orginal Post Here

Avril Lavigne - "Girlfriend - produced by Dr. Luke" (2007)

The Rubinoos - "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" (1979)

Britney Spears vs. Jermaine Jacksin

Original Post Here

Britney Spears - "Hold it Against Me - produced by Dr. Luke" (2011)

Jermaine Jackson - "When the Rain Begins to Fall" (1984)

Katy Perry vs. t.A.T.u.

Orginal Post Here

Katy Perry - "E.T. - produced by Dr. Luke" (2011)

t.A.T.u. - "All The Things She Said" (2000)

Justice vs. Ke$ha vs. Miley Cyrus

Original Post Here

Justice - "The Party" (2009)

Ke$ha - "Tik Tok - produced by Dr. Luke" (2009)

Miley Cyrus - "Permanent December" (2010)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs vs. Kelly Clarkson

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - "Maps" (2/2004)

Kelly Clarkson - produced by Dr. Luke - "Since U Been Gone" (12/2004)

Have a nice day!

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23 Replies to “Dr. Luke vs. The World”

  1. Travis

    hey keith heres one i just picked up on(never heard the 2nd one before til recent) even some of the lyric is the same

    3 doors down: here without you

    georgia line: stay

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  2. Travis

    oops im wrong.. i got a remake for the 2nd song… my bad

    take 2 at this…

    3 doors down.. here without you

    blackstone cherry: stay

    florida georgia line: stay(remake)

    Reply
  3. Mark Adams

    Another song similarity concerning Avril is the riff from I Always Get What I Want, which sounds like a Green Day riff.

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    1. Mark Adams

      And the ‘Hey Hey You You’s from the Avril Lavigne vs The Rubinoos is also in Get Off of My Cloud by The Rolling Stones (1965).

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      1. Mark Adams

        While I’m on the subject Shake Your Hips by The Rolling Stones (1972) and La Grange by ZZ Top (1973) have the same groove.

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        1. Mark Adams

          While I’m on the subject, The Humphrey Bear theme song sounds like Could This Be Magic by Van Halen(1980), which in turn sounds like John St. Clair by John Lennon and that is probably based on a slide guitar melody.

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        2. Mark Adams

          Big Bad Moon by Joe Satriani (1989) also has the same groove as Shake Your Hips, La Grange and Bottoms Up.

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      1. dw7bkw

        Wow! Great, I was looking for these stuffs soundslike.com it helps to make mashups. Thank you very much..

        Reply
  4. Jimmy

    Kelly Clarkson vs. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, YES! I’ve always heard that similarity in the bridge, there’s no denying it.

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