Matthew Levin

Sheree Rose Interview/
“Almost Infamous
Soundtrack

Let It Snow,” Dean Martin
“Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy,” Fantasia Fairies
“How Much Is That Doggie In The Window,” Patti Page
“The Wayward Wind,” Gogi Grant
“Whenever We Kiss Where is Your Heart Song from Moulin Rouge,” Felicia Sanders
“Day O,” Harry Belafonte
“Heart Break Hotel,” Elvis Presley
“Bye Bye Love,” The Everly Brothers
“Peggy Sue,” Buddy Holly
“Paint It, Black,” The Rolling Stones
“Daydream Believer,” The Monkees
“Back Door Man,” The Doors
“Amoreena,” Elton John
“Just Like A Woman,” Bob Dylan
“Peace Love and Understanding,” Elvis Costello
“Lust for Life,” Iggy Pop
“Prove It All Night,” Bruce Springsteen
“Surrender,” Cheap Trick
“The World’s A Mess, It’s In My Kiss,” X
“Storm In My House,” Minutemen
“Ring Of Fire,” Wall Of Voodoo
“Holiday In Cambodia,” Dead Kennedys
“I’m So Bored With the U.S.A.,” The Clash
“Pretty Vacant,” Sex Pistols
“Anthrax,” Gang Of Four
“Sheena Is A Punk Rocker,” The Ramones
“Life During Wartime,” Talking Heads
“Mongoloid,” DEVO
“Hero Worship,” The B-52s
“Love Will Tear Us Apart,” Joy Division
“Love Will Tear Us Apart,” Swans
“Haunted When the Minutes Drag,” Love And Rockets
“Happy When It Rains,” The Jesus And Mary Chain
“Come As You Are,” Nirvana
“Creep [Clean],” Radiohead
“After You’re Gone,” Iris DeMent