Your list basically "covers" the main culprits, and those are boy / girl crappy pop bands massacring perfectly good pop songs, and not adding anything new to them
In order to cover a song, you have to add something new to it, and make it your own song. Whats the point of recording someone else's song note for note? You might as well get the original !!!
Adding to your list, I would include the whole of Duran Duran's "Thank You" Album (Recently Voted worst album ever in "Q" Magazine) where they completely destroyed classics such as "911 is a joke" by Public Enemy and "White Lines" by Grandmaster Flash to name a few.
Basically "Classics" should not be touched. Things like Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" or Eagles "Hotel California" or "Crazy" by Gnarls Barcley" etc.
I like cover versions when the artists make the song their own. A good example would be "The Boy Least Likely" with their cover of George Michael's Faith. They slowed the song down, gave it a Country and Western feel, and included hand claps, xylophone and a banjo. In theory it should not work, but by God it does.
And for the ultimate Cover version.... You should listen to Jeff Buckleys "Hallelujah", which was originally done by Leonard Cohen. That song sends shivers down my spine everytime I listen to it, and if nobody is moved by it, then they must be dead.