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|song name||Mainstream U.S.A.|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Dial-A-Song, Power Of Dial-A-Song, Free When You Call From Work, Then: The Earlier Years|
|sung by||John Flansburgh|
- Flansburgh: "It's been a pinata for the band ever since a producer told us it was an example of how obtuse and unlistenable our material can be." (ICE Newsletter, 1996)
- "Back Off Boogaloo" is a song by Ringo Starr from his 1981 album Stop and Smell the Roses.
- "We Are The World" is a song from 1985 that raised over $50 million for famine relief.
- Features John Linnell on the free-hand acoustic guitar.
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