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Music of Little Fires Everywhere: 90s Dance Party!

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Little Bird - Annie Lennox

Hole In The Bucket - Spearhead

Rain King - Counting Crows

Summer In the City - Quincy Jones

Whip Smart - Liz Phair

Sex and Candy - Unions

And because I hate emo covers, here's the original by Marcy Playground




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It's What You Do - King Hannibal

Express Yourself - Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd. Street Rhythm Band

U.N.I.T.Y. - Queen Latifah

I Walk On Guilded Splinters - Dr. John

The Four Seasons: Spring (Allegro) - Vivaldi

Femme Fatale - Velvet Underground & Nico





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Tubthumping - Chumbawamba

Lovefool - the Cardigans

Truly Madly Deeply - Savage Garden

It's Your Birthday - Luther Campbell

In the Air Tonight - Judith Hill

And the original by Phil Collins because again, I hate emo covers



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2 hours ago, healthnut said:

Loving the music, it’s so nostalgic for me. Why do you have to put the music in spoiler tags?

It's not a requirement, but many posters do it as a courtesy so that the page is shorter.

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Take Me with You - Aretha Franklin

It's Nasty (Genius of Love) - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five

This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody) - Talking Heads

Fly Robin Fly - Silver Convention

My Eyes Adored You - Frankie Valli

Piece of Clay - Marvin Gaye

Bitch - Meredith Brooks



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2 hours ago, peachmangosteen said:

Does anyone have a link to the Bitch cover they played?

Tunefind is a fantastic resource for stuff like this.

Link to Tunefind's page for this episode:


Link to the song in question:

Listen to Bitch (From "Little Fires Everywhere") by Ruby Amanfu on Tunefind http://tunefind.com/se:336224

You can play it right from the page, or it will let you find it at other resources like Spotify.

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As a 1996 high school graduate, the music is hitting the nail on the head for me. “Whip-Smart” was an especially nice touch. 

I’m tiring of the weighty, stripped-down covers. I liked them the first couple of times but now it’s getting stale.

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10 hours ago, MilkMachine said:

I’m tiring of the weighty, stripped-down covers. I liked them the first couple of times but now it’s getting stale.

As someone who can't seem to quit Grey's Anatomy no matter how ridiculous it gets, I lived through two seasons of nonstop emo covers and I HAAAAAAAAAATED it. Grey's wasn't the first show to do it, but they were the first major show to do it every single episode for two years (which meant I rolled my eyes like a sarcastic teenager at least once per episode because of the music). I already hated whiny emo covers but those two seasons made me hate them even more just on principle. Stop being cheap and just pay for the original recordings!

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