By now, you probably know that I love a song with a good title. There's a reason for that. These songs are usually lyrically complex and interesting, the songs constructed brilliantly around these lyrics.
Take this 1998 song by MTV darlings The Dandy Warhols. This straight-ahead pop-rock song so deeply and smoothly moves from Verse 1 to chorus to Verse 2 to chorus to bridge to chorus. The (video) performance by the band is very emotionless, even with the excitement and chaos of the video around them and the gratuitous shots of a seemingly ambivilent Zia McCabe.
Now, let's talk about the title for a moment. This is one of those songs in which the title is frequently misquoted. The song is not called "Heroin is So Passe", contrary to popular belief. It was a song written for a friend of theirs - an appeal of sorts.
As an added bonus, here is the band performing the song live in 2012. It's important to note that this is the original lineup - they are still together. And they are still rockin' this song!