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|Song by Beck|
|from the album Midnite Vultures|
|Released||November 16, 1999|
|Songwriter(s)||Ed Green, Hansen, John King, Michael Simpson|
|Producer(s)||Beck, Dust Brothers|
Beck had originally attempted to record "Debra" with the Dust Brothers for Odelay, but he thought that it was too tongue-in-cheek. It was debuted mainstream in 1996, and, as Beck noted, "it became the centerpiece of the whole set. It was the song that people would react to more than the songs that they'd heard on the radio. So we kept playing it and playing it". The song finally made it on to Midnite Vultures in 1999.
In popular culture
The song was covered by German industrial artist Kompressor. Kompressor's version is called "Kompressor Want to Get with You".
- Wright, Danny. "Beck - 10 of the best". The Guardian.
- Satzman, Darrell (March 18, 2010). "Zankou Chicken's tragic family rift impedes chain's growth". Los Angeles Times.
- Minsker, Evan. "Behind the Music of Baby Driver, With Director Edgar Wright". Pitchfork.
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