In 1993, they released Home Movies: The Best of Everything But The Girl, a compilation disc containing their biggest hits, and included one new track, a remake of Paul Simon's The Only Living Boy in New York. EBTG's version was awesome, and for me, surpassed the original. It was also notable in the sense that Ben sings the lead vocals here, and not Tracey.
The song also has a music video which I really liked a lot because of its unusual concept. It features both of them gesturing to the song--they're not actually singing, but appear to be singing, except that their lips aren't moving at all, which can be both pretty funny and weird to look at. It also features people doing this bizarre, silent twanging motion on guitars, but it's actually kinda cool when you see a lot of them do it slowly at the same time.