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Teenage Wristband  performed by The Twilight Singers  2003
Composed by Greg Dulli

Enormous, gorgeous, hard-rocking (what a silly phrase) song about hedonism/surrender/desperation/"goin' for a ride." Like "Born To Run," "Baba O'Riley," and "Let's Go Crazy" thrown in a blender and soundtracking a black-and-white indie film.


available on CD - Blackberry Belle (One Little Indian)



Hope  performed by R.E.M.  1998
Composed by Buck/Mills/Stipe

One of the stranger tracks on R.E.M.'s strangest album -- it borrows the melody from Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne" and sets it in a slowly building landscape of buzzing guitars and electronic beeps (it's a lot prettier than it sounds, believe me). "You want to go out Friday and you want to go forever" -- does he mean go out for a good time, or go out permanently? Stipe ain't saying...


available on CD - Up (Warner Brothers)



I Didnít Get Where I Am Today  performed by Pet Shop Boys  2004
Composed by Lowe/Tennant

An uncharacteristically rock 'n' roll oriented song for the PSB, this is undoubtedly one of their biggest-sounding anthems -- shame they squandered it on a b-side! Johnny Marr of The Smiths fame plays guitar. Available on the "Flamboyant" two-track single (the one with Neil Tennant's blurred face on it).


available on CD - Flamboyant (Pt. 1) (Parlophone)



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