Cinéma Vérité. The song is "Anything, Anything" and it's a college rock classic. It's up there with R.E.M.' s "It's the End of the World as We Know It (and I Feel Fine)" as far as late 80s college rock anthems go.
The problem with a band like Dramarama is that "Anything, Anything" is such a great song that it doesn't seem possible for them to have anything left in the tank. They have one-hit-wonder written all over them. Let me state this emphatically: Dramarama is no one hit wonder. They have the chops, they have the songs, they have the silly name and weird cover art, and everything else they need to be a bigger deal than they ever turned out to be.
It's come to the point where as a Dramarama fan I almost resent "Anything, Anything" in the same way that I resent "West End Girls" as a Pet Shop Boys fan. I just want to shout, "They have other songs and other albums and they're all pretty darned good!" Cinéma Vérité is a fine album. It would still be a fine album without "Anything, Anything."