1. William Shatner and Pulp, "Common People." (I heard this on the radio while I was out and about this afternoon, and I ended up speeding balls-out on 13th Street while I screamed along joyfully with it and felt happier than I've felt in a long time.)
2. Penguin Cafe Orchestra, "Music For A Found Harmonium." (I first heard this song in the spring of 1987, and found it to be one of the most earwormy songs I've heard in a long time. But I didn't find out what it was actually called until this past January, when I read the credits for Napoleon Dynamite.)
3. Anchondo, "She Devil." (Nebraska ska-punk, represent!)
4. Puffy AmiYumi, "Urei." ("Urei" is the Japanese word for "sorrow." If you put that character with the character for "nation," you get the word "patriotism." This is probably significant, but damned if I know why. Anyway, this song is awesome.)
5. Weezer, "In The Garage." (If this is emo music, then I like emo music, and I don't give a good goddamn if that makes me uncool.)
And I'm not going to tag anyone else--anyone on my flist can take part.