Stop! In the name of love, before you break my heart.
Wherein we examine the most important question of our time: what is the most Wes Anderson movie song ever?
Just a perfect day, you made me forget myself. I thought I was someone else, someone good.
UH-HUH HUH, HEH HEH YEAH… but no, this is actually, like, a really great album. Like seriously (UH HUH YEAH).
People are crazy and times are strange. I’m locked in tight, I’m out of range. I used to care, but things have changed.
Must I forever be a beggar whose golden dreams will not come true? Or will I go from rags to riches? My fate is up to you.
So give me your hands, your hearts, I’m ready! There’s only one direction.
From series composer David Carbonara’s contributions to period-specific pieces that zooms you back to the early 1960s, the music is one of the elements that makes Mad Men so special.
I’m a lexicon devil with a battered brain, and I’m lookin’ for a future, the world’s my aim.
You got the touch, you got the power. When all hell’s breaking loose, you’ll be riding the eye of the storm.
Revvin’ up your engine, listen to her howlin’ roar.
Plug in and get supercharged anywhere you like with this massive 244 song compilation.
A highly pleasurable mix of mid-‘90s tunes and one absolute stunner.
Legit excellent world music, alt rock, funk, and pop from an eclectic group of bands and musicians.
Bombastic, retro futuristic theme songs of glory. And fun!
A stunning collection of post-punk (but mostly leaning into the punk side, and thankfully so) artists out of the UK.
Irony and kitsch beget musical admiration beget deep nostalgia.
Underground French hip hop that reminds me that there’s nothing better than discovering great music.