One of the most enduring forms of rock is power pop: short, sharp songs that contained big guitars and tight rhythms. If you want current examples, you might think of Sloan, Jimmy Eat World, Weezer and Fountains of Wayne. There are power pop elements to the sound of Blink-182, Veruca Salt, OK Go and the Kaiser Chiefs. But if we want to go back to the early days of power pop, we inevitably run into The Raspberries, who came out of Cleveland in 1970. This 1972 song was one of their big hits.