Okay, this happened like a month ago, but I had no idea such an abomination existed. On David Letterman, Adam Sandler and a band covered Neil Young's "Like A Hurricane." Thankfully, the song won the fight—it's very resilient.

But Sandler's assault conitnues on a new compliation of current Warner Bros. recording artists covering songs from the label's extensive catalog. Here's a track list from the album, called Covered: A Revolution In Sound. Below that, video of Sandler repeatedly hacking at "Like A Hurricane" until it almost relents. And he gets to do this because… He's a rich guy? (And this is from someone who will defend Billy Madison to the death.)

1. Mastodon: "Just Got Paid" (by ZZ Top)
2. The Black Keys: "Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles" (by Captain Beefheart)
3. Michelle Branch: "A Case Of You" (by Joni Mitchell)
4. Against Me!: "Here Comes A Regular" (by The Replacements)
5. Missy Higgins: "More Than This" (by Roxy Music)
6. James Otto: "Into The Mystic" (by Van Morrison)
7. Adam Sandler: "Like A Hurricane" (by Neil Young)
8. Taking Back Sunday: "You Wreck Me" (by Tom Petty)
9. The Used: "Burning Down The House" (by Talking Heads)
10. Disturbed: "Midlife Crisis" (by Faith No More)
11. Avenged Sevenfold: "Paranoid" (by Black Sabbath)
12. The Flaming Lips With Stardeath And White Dwarfs: "Borderline" (by Madonna)