I recall when the Go Go's released their first LP, I didn't buy it, instead I did what few others did, I bought Holly Beth Vincent's first album The Right To Be Italian. While others were doing that stupid new wave pony dance to "We got the beat" I was listening to "Tell that girl to shut up." Anyway, this YouTube clip is Holly Beth's very percussive version of the Buffalo Springfield's song "For What it's Worth" from her excellent second album, Holly and the Italians.
As this review from Popmatters.com suggest their are 2 great songs on the album, "Just Like Me" and "Unoriginal Sin", the first is an ode to unexpectantly finding yourself waking up with the perfect companion and lover, while the second is a cathartic plea to a lost and confused lover. Songs this raw and passionate are a rare find, they are on par with Lou Reed's best work. It's sad so few have ever heard this music.