"Pearl's Girl" is the title of several 1996 single releases and a song by Underworld, from their album Second Toughest in the Infants. The single peaked on the UK Singles Chart at #22. The song title comes from the name of a racing greyhound. 
"Pearl's Girl" is one of the tracks heard on the bad guys' car stereo when they are in pursuit of Simon Templer (Val Kilmer) and Dr Emma Russell (Elisabeth Shue) in The Saint. Director Philip Noyce mixed Graeme Revell's original score with source music heard on radios throughout various points in the film.
"Pearl's Girl" was used as the theme music for the Channel 4 drama series Psychos. It was set in a mental ward and featured Nicholas Clay among the cast.
In 1998 "Pearl's Girl" was used as the backing track to Radio 1's Newsbeat, giving a cutting-edge feel to the fast-moving news programme. The words were edited out. The drum sounds were played in a continuous loop until the end of each bulletin.
In February 2010, "Pearl's Girl" was used in a Channel 4 advert for drama series The Good Wife.