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    I love how Weeds started with Little Boxes as their theme song, accompanied by a nice video showing the clone nature of subdivision workadays. That first season, the song was performed by Malvina Reynolds who wrote the song in 1962.
    After that first season, they had many others perform the song during the opening credits including Elvis Costello, Death Cab for Cutie, Randy Newman and as shown below, Pete Seeger, who hit #70 in the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963 and was the only to get onto that list with it. He was a friend of Malvin's and passed away this last week so I felt it appropriate to highlight his version even though I love how each artist makes it their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehadgi View Post
    Yeah I didn't really know where to put the thread doesn't hve to be top 40 tho
    The opening theme song to "Office Girls".

    http://www.hulu.com/#!office-girls

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    Quote Originally Posted by ampnation View Post
    I love how Weeds started with Little Boxes as their theme song, accompanied by a nice video showing the clone nature of subdivision workadays. That first season, the song was performed by Malvina Reynolds who wrote the song in 1962.
    After that first season, they had many others perform the song during the opening credits including Elvis Costello, Death Cab for Cutie, Randy Newman and as shown below, Pete Seeger, who hit #70 in the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963 and was the only to get onto that list with it. He was a friend of Malvin's and passed away this last week so I felt it appropriate to highlight his version even though I love how each artist makes it their own.
    nice; im' the same way as well with those versions. i found myself being partial to a cover by some guy named berkley hart; walk off the earth also has one i kind of like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    well, that one gets 'best video' for me and my yellow fever thus far

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehadgi View Post
    well, that one gets 'best video' for me and my yellow fever thus far
    One of the main characters from the show, Liu Yu Le (Played by Guo Shu Yao aka: "Yao Yao".) is also a Mando-Pop singer.



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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O20Sljxmy9M
    Oh wow! I never knew that was really called "The Streetbeater". Here I always thought it was actually called "The Sanford & Son Theme".

    My wife & I both love that song.
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    Al Jarreau - Moonlighting

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    Earliest TV Theme song I remember

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