Rating: 1.5

Just goes to show you how pop music folds back on itself. Apparently this is not a new pop song that is fueled by the hipster/indie/80sthrowback/pop trend that is going on right now. Not my thing, but this definitely has a market in the here and now.

Rating: 2.9

Johnny Marr's autobiography, Set the boy free brought this song to TDS. As an artist who seeks out their muses, Johnny Marr casts aside the Smiths veil to showcase his producer skills with this song. Back in the days before a supergroup was a supergroup, this song gives you a pet shop boy, a smith and new order. not too shabby. Though their most popular song, "Get the message" is more akin to my tastes.

Rating: 1.5

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