Leah Greenblatt
June 13, 2008 AT 04:00 AM EDT

HEINEKEN
The beer maker encourages you to Share the Good (a cold one, that is) to the bouncy tune of New Zealand post-punk icon Chris Knox‘s obscure ’00 ditty ”It’s Love,” peppered with giddy la-la-la’s.

SATURN VUE
Irish troubadour Simple Kid‘s folk-funky ’07 bopper ”Lil’ King Kong” accompanies the car creator’s latest ad, a whimsical, animation-accented take on a typical afternoon drive through the neighborhood.

KRAFT DRESSING
The company urges viewers to ”purepare yourself” as psych-rock maestros the Flaming Lips provide the soundtrack to an orgy of salad eating with ’06’s ”The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song.”

DODGE JOURNEY
Enterprising SUV-ers park the car and spontaneously bust out an urban waterslide with the help of indie faves Apples in Stereo‘s jangly, happy-go-lucky rocker from ’07, ”Sun Is Out.”

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