The Soundtrack of Our Lives Behind the MusicHere’s a clip of the retro-rock tune “Sister Surround” by Sweden’s The Soundtrack of Our Lives.

I was reminded of the greatness of this 2001 track by some of my colleagues recently. It sounds like a classic track from decades past, although I’m not quite sure which decade that is. The album off of which it comes, Behind the Music, contains some Pink-Floydian references as well as some late-Beatles textures as well. I guess this puts the sound of the record into the late 60s-early 70s. Yet this track is more like mid-80s anthem rock – but without the fromage. It kind of sounds a bit like the Cult on a really good day, with vocals you don’t have to guess at quite as much. But this is beside the point. This song rocks like a proverbial bastard – and that’s what counts.

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