Who sings the theme song for the show SUITS?

"Greenback Boogie" by Ima Robot is the theme song of the show Suits.

Los Angeles-bred Ima Robot makes hooky, punky modern rock out of terribly fashionable musical byproducts.

In the early '90s, the band started with just willowy Alex Ebert and crazy Timmy Anderson making beats and trying to rap. The stardom-dreaming pair was eventually joined by electronics whiz Oligee, and the trio hit the L.A. music scene with a wiry, fiery mix of electronics, guitar, and sort-of singing.

Pros Joey Waronker and Justin Meldal-Johnsen had joined the fold on drums and bass, respectively. A contract with Virgin followed, and the Public Access EP soon appeared. In September 2003, Ima Robot dropped; it showcases a more focused, radio/video-ready sound.

With a new lineup consisting of Anderson, Ebert, Filip Nikolic (bass), Scott Devours (drums), and Andy Marlow (guitar/keys), Ima Robot issued their second album, "Monument for the Masses", in September 2006. The next year the band disunited with Virgin, and with their newfound independence began working on new material. The band released their third album, "Another Man's Treasure", in 2010 through Werewolf Heart Records.

A great TV theme song can tell you everything you need to know about a show in less than a minute. Better yet, if you can sing a few lines at work the next day and everyone joins in, you know you're on to something worth watching.

Check out these 18 memorable TV theme songs from Howstuffworks.com.

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Thursday, September 14 2017
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