|1||Theme From Rawhide|
|2||See No Evil|
|3||Call Mr Lee|
|6||The Patty Duke Show|
|11||1880 Or So|
|12||Tiny Toons Theme|
|18||Little Johnny Jewel|
|19||The Brady Bunch|
|21||Friction (Alternate Version)|
|22||See No Evil (Alternate Version)|
Television is an American rock band, formed in New York City in 1973 and credited as highly influential and seminal.
Television was part of the 1970s New York rock scene, along with musical acts like the Patti Smith Group, The Ramones, Blondie, Richard Hell, and Talking Heads. Although they recorded in a raw manner similar to their contemporaries, minimalizing the use of studio techniques, sound effects and atypical instruments, Television's music was unique and technically proficient, defined by guitarists Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd.
Television's roots can be traced to the teenage friendship between Tom Verlaine and Richard Hell. The duo met at Sanford School in Hockessin, Delaware, from which they ran away. Both moved to New York, separately, in the early 1970s, aspiring to be poets.