Episode: "Face Off" Season 4, Episode 13

Danger Mouse and Italian composer Daniele Luppi spent five years making the collaboration album Rome, which features Norah Jones and Jack White singing the tracks. The album was inspired by spaghetti westerns (read: Ennio Morricone, the GAWD of all sounds Western) but with Danger Mouse at the helm, the album has a decidedly modern sound. Think: A Silver Lake, Los Angeles hipster avenges being fired by an old manager at Urban Outfitters. Said hero rides a horse named Ford out of irony. "Black," one of the tracks to feature Norah Jones, follows the aforementioned model well with production that channels a brightly lit dystopian atmosphere. Jones is casted perfectly as she croons with little effort of a world gone asunder.