Let's be honest: the only reason anyone really wants this album is because of "There She Goes." The other songs are decent enough jangle-pop in the classic C-86 style, but "There She Goes" stands out like a sore thumb on this album in terms of quality and appeal. It's a great song. I obsessed about it in high school. Let's just not pretend that we're as interested in the rest of this album as we are in "There She Goes."