Track 3 from The Golden Age of Wireless is 'Airwaves.' (Point of reference: 'She Blinded Me With Science' is Track 1). I first came across the track not long ago as it was playing in the background of a satellite radio station or random Spotify station; I really can't remember. But what totally grabbed me were the verses' uncanny melodic similarity to Billy Joel's 'Goodnight Saigon.' In fact, I first thought it was an alternate version of the Billy song, however, the sprawling, spacey, multi-layered chorus immediately informed me 'Airwaves' was a completely different--and frankly much better-- record altogether.
For fellow nostalgia junkies, 'Airwaves' is a signature artifact from Generation X's formative years. It is a perfect combination of eccentricity, the subterranean, and New Wave. The corresponding music video definitely bears this out.
In fact, you can check out the music video for 'Airwaves' in the player below: