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    Hi Lobo29,

    Welcome to our boards! I wonder if that's a real song. I think you mean the echoing electric guitar picking with a phasing (aka flanging) effect? The end credits still mention They Might Be Giants as the authors of the soundtrack, so I'm guessing it's incidental music written by them just to fill a gap.

    However, bits and pieces by They Might Be Giants sometimes turn out to be part of songs. It's not identified by either Joe G. or Malcolm France (the usual suspects), so right now I think it's just incidental music by them.

    Joe G.'s listing:

    http://home.earthlink.net/~bigfitz79/MalcolmMusic.html

    Malcolm France's Jukebox:

    http://malcolm-france.com/jukebox/

    Perhaps some diehard TMBG fans could work this one out?

    I just attached the music clip as an mp3.

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    Thank you Richiepiep for the mp3 clip, it was the song that i said; the only bad thing is that it hasn┤t got a title.
    Thank you a lot, you are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobo29 View Post
    Thank you Richiepiep for the mp3 clip, it was the song that i said; the only bad thing is that it hasn┤t got a title.
    Thank you a lot, you are great!
    You're welcome! Thanks very much for the compliment at any rate! It sure helps to get a positive reply now and then .

    If you have a smartphone or work on an Apple platform, the Shazam or SoundHound apps might work to recognize the tune. I used Tunatic in the past, but this won't work on the more recent Windows versions.

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    I've been listening to a lot of late '90s-early millennium They Might Be Giants albums lately, but I haven't been able to identify the tune.

    The trouble is, TMBG have a huge backlog of songs, demos and snippets, also because they operated the Dial-A-Song telephone service from 1983 to 2006. This meant you could phone into songs and bits they had just recorded, and quite a lot of songs went through various versions. So this could have been, let's say, from another early version of their track Older, but it's hard to tell.

    Just to give an example, Rat Patrol started out a-cappella on Dial-A-Song:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nBvebOhjIw

    until it became a totally different kind of Guns N' Roses hard rock parody on their album:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDAH4JARv1o

    So unless you are familiar with this enormous back catalogue, it's anyone's guess!

    Best,

    Richard
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