Sketch of the fictional band ‘Coochie Pop’ from All Over me.
Helium-Hole In The Ground from All Over Me soundtrack
Helium - Hole In The Ground
My first introduction to Mary Timony when I first saw this film in ‘98.
All Over Me is better than Blow-Up, but that’s not saying much—I didn’t like Blow-Up. Both are dated youth culture murder mysteries with a cameo by a guitar hero.
It’s funny that this clip has your introduction to Mary Timony [0:01], and then shows the emotional experience of someone hearing a Patti Smith record for the first time [5:18]. Maybe my favorite part of this movie is this scene that accurately shows how it feels to get into Patti Smith’s melodrama [8:17].
Helium - Hole In The Ground 
Rounding out Wild Flag week by revisiting old friend Helium. This song was uber-featured in the uber-uncomfortable 90s movie that yet I COULD NOT STOP WATCHING when I was an uncomfortable teenager, All Over Me.
Fun Fact(s): Helium was originally called Chupa, and before Mary Timony stepped in, Mary Lou Lord was the lead singer. Also the original line-up included Jason Hatfield, brother of Juliana Hatfield, who you might remember from the one bad episode of My So-Called Life ever.
i actually saw this movie fairly recently (last year?) and totally did not expect her to be in it. YESSSSSSSSSSSS i luv u t$.