Great Expectations

Album: The '59 Sound (2008)
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  • One of the song's couplets is: "It's funny how the night moves/ Humming a song from 1962." This is a reference to Bob Seger's "Night Moves," which has the line "started humming a song from 1962." Seger revealed in a radio interview that the 1962 song is "Be My Baby" by the Ronettes.
  • Online music store eMusic named The '59 Sound as their best album of 2008.

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  • Ben from Manchester, United KingdomIts wierd how all of GLAs songs seem to be references to either influencial music or film.
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