I usually don't bother to review singles, but for the Strokes I'll make an exception, mainly because the new track "Modern Girls & Old-Fashioned Men" is a must for any Strokes fan. The track signals the first time a vocalist beside Julian can be heared in the mix, as it is a duet with Regina Spektor. The closest analogy? Probably when Frank Black and Kim Deal used to share song vocals, but that's still quite a stretch. Pick it up for yourself if you can and see what I mean. I lucked out by grabbing one of the last 7 inches at a Strokes show, but luckily, you can grab it here if you need to. Trust me, like "New York City Cops," this is a Strokes track you want to hear.