yeah, I like it, it's in the band's own style and just a nice hommage.. of course it doesn't have a guitarsolo like in jimi hendrix' version, that's just not their style. and also the singer sounds nothing like pete doherty and I don't think he tries to because pete doherty sings in an absolutely different way. so if you don't like it that's okay but don't call it a shit cover because it's not. (btw I bet there were many dylan fans that didn't like the hendrix version when it came out and look at it now, it's a fucking classic)
I would say you miss the point when you try to make a cover resembling the original as much as possible. This cover, for instance, is a good one because The Fratellis composed it in a way in which they compose their own songs as well, it just fits the band. The final implication is: If you hate this band and like the original song you will probably dislike this cover.
It's pointless to compare this to Dylan's original song or a historic (and brilliant) cover by Jimi; it's a different cover, completely different, it doesn't resemble those two even remotely. And it's brilliant on its own, even with too much noise, even without a melodic solo and is for sure much better than dozens of other covers which lie around.
absolutely terrible, but what did I expect from such a shitty band?  Absolutely obnoxious band, terrible cover. Can't call it music, it's only a bunch of noise and a terrible vocal. REALLY, it's a dangerous song to listen to.
mama that's an awful cover.a lot of noise and none of reallly virtuoso soulful guitar solo.i mean jimi is going crazy in his grave now. and singer tries to sound like Peter Doherty but sounds at least like a drunk man.