Toyah & Robert Makes Sunday The Best With ‘I Think I’m Paranoid’ Cover
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Toyah Wilcox and her husband, King Crimson’s founder Robert Fripp, recently shared their rendition of “I Think I’m Paranoid” by 1990s rock band Garbage.
The new cover from this duo is their latest episode on their YouTube series “Sunday Lunch,” which started during the pandemic in 2020 when Fripp’s tour was cancelled.
The pair have been doing covers of rock classics in their segment, including The Cranberries’s “Zombie,” The Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” Green Day’s “Basket Case,” The Clash’s “Should I Stay Or Should I Go,” and The Stooges “I Wanna Be Your Dog.”
In the description for the new video, Wilcox wrote:
“This weekend is definitely not garbage, it’s especially iconic. The FrippCox fold have cooked up a rather special lunch for you. Oh and the social media team may well of included some bonus footage at the end!”
Every week, Wilcox would wear different seductive costumes flaunting her nice body. Sometimes Fripp would also dress as the artists they are covering. These two just keeps proving that rock and roll never wears out when you aged.
You can watch the video below. Some of the comments read:
“Great way to start my Sunday. I’m sitting here wondering how long it took Toyah to get into that outfit.
Thanks, Toyah and Robert. We’re all Fripped.”
“One of my favorite things to enjoy on a Sunday.”
“Love Robert!! You both are fun couple bringing joy to Sunday’s”