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* Brian Eno uses some typewriter percussion on his song "China, My China".

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* Brian Eno Music/BrianEno uses some typewriter percussion on his song "China, My China".


* This is also the way the Bryan Ferry song "Kiss and Tell" (from his 1987 album ''Bete Noire'') begins.

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* This is also the way the [[Music/RoxyMusic Bryan Ferry Ferry]] song "Kiss and Tell" (from his 1987 album ''Bete Noire'') begins.


* The clacking keys of a typewriter open the Tom Tom Club's 1981 single "Wordy Rappinghood".
** This is also the way the Bryan Ferry song "Kiss and Tell" (from his 1987 album ''Bete Noire'') begins.

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* The clacking keys of a typewriter open the Tom Tom Club's Music/TomTomClub's 1981 single "Wordy Rappinghood".
** * This is also the way the Bryan Ferry song "Kiss and Tell" (from his 1987 album ''Bete Noire'') begins.



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* Music/{{REM}}'s [[Music/{{Document}} "Exhuming [=McCarthy=]]] starts with the sounds of a typewriter.


* Guster's "All the Way Up to Heaven".

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* Guster's "All the Way Up to Heaven".Heaven" and "Barrel of a Gun".


* "Opening Doors" from StephenSondheim's ''Merrily We Roll Along''.

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* "Opening Doors" from StephenSondheim's Music/StephenSondheim's ''Merrily We Roll Along''.


* "Lady" by ReginaSpektor.

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* "Lady" by ReginaSpektor.Music/ReginaSpektor.


* "A Secretary Is Not a Toy" from ''HowToSucceedInBusinessWithoutReallyTrying''.

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* "A Secretary Is Not a Toy" from ''HowToSucceedInBusinessWithoutReallyTrying''.''Theatre/HowToSucceedInBusinessWithoutReallyTrying''.


* In ''WesternAnimation/MaryAndMax'' whilst Max [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-aN6Kd6ynY typewrites a letter for his penpal]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MaryAndMax'' whilst Max [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-aN6Kd6ynY [[https://youtu.be/rmviZ04mqc0?t=17 typewrites a letter for his penpal]].


* Used in the movie ''{{Atonement}}'', as part of the soundtrack.
* The track "Pas si simple" in ''{{Amelie}}'' starts with a typewriter as the lead-in to the rest of the music, and keeps the rhythm pattern in the background.

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* Used in the movie ''{{Atonement}}'', ''Film/{{Atonement}}'', as part of the soundtrack.
* The track "Pas si simple" in ''{{Amelie}}'' ''Film/{{Amelie}}'' starts with a typewriter as the lead-in to the rest of the music, and keeps the rhythm pattern in the background.




* ''AreYouBeingServed'': Used both as the base for the theme tune and occasionally as an interstitial sound between scenes.

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\n* ''AreYouBeingServed'': ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'': Used both as the base for the theme tune and occasionally as an interstitial sound between scenes.


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* Perhaps most famously, Leroy Anderson's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vuDMInQMYQ The Typewriter]]", which has been used as the ThemeTune to Creator/{{BBC}} Radio 4's ''TheNewsQuiz''.

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* Perhaps most famously, Leroy Anderson's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vuDMInQMYQ The Typewriter]]", which has been used as the ThemeTune to Creator/{{BBC}} Radio 4's ''TheNewsQuiz''.''Radio/TheNewsQuiz''.

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* ''AreYouBeingServed'': Used both as the base for the theme tune and occasionally as an interstitial sound between scenes.


* "Words" by {{Madonna}}.

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* "Words" by {{Madonna}}.{{Music/Madonna}}.

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