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"Tom's Diner" is an a cappella pop song written in 1981 by American singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega. It was first released as a track on the January 1984 issue of Fast Folk Musical Magazine. The first time it was featured on any of her own studio albums was as the first track of her own Solitude Standing album in 1987. It was not until the a cappella track was used as the basis for a popular remix by the British group… read more

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  • Avatar for confetti__
    The version on Close up, Vol 2 is actually the best one for me. Beautiful balance between the two standard versions. Sounds absolutely fantastic.
  • Avatar for CosteaHills
    this song created the mp3 format
  • Avatar for j7ndominica
    Since I first heard this music on a dance radio station, I feel that the "capella" version is just part of the whole thing released for remixing purposes. The pauses between singing feel strange. I can see why this track would be good for testing lossy audio compression (as would most voice recordings).
  • Avatar for Nochek
    lOve.
  • Avatar for BurningUp98
    Britney's cover is worth to listen
  • Avatar for iamvm
    Cool.
  • Avatar for hein-duck-dich
    still ♥ it
  • Avatar for chibinovachan
    This is one song that I actually do prefer the remix. The a Capella thing just doesn't have the same appeal....
  • Avatar for Dlartrisky
    Fall Out Boy brought me here. Such memories regarding this track btw, the "do do do" part I remember from a comic award show's 2007 edition where five dudes dressed as ladies and sang the parody of Weird Al Yankovic's "Polka Your Eyes Out". Should say this in "Polka Your Eyes Out" shoutbox but since it's once again thanks to Fall Out Boy's newest single, I was looking forward to remember this song and here goes.
  • Avatar for nitty_look
    It was the hit in the school disco at elementary school :) Good old days!

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