Here's one more to add to your list: "Every Move You Make" by Sting (when he was with The Police). While the song is often misinterpreted as a love song, Sting wrote it while undergoing a breakup, and if one studies the lyrics, the song should not come across as romantic but rather as controlling. In an interview in 1993 (see the link below), Sting discussed the song's connotation by stating:
"The tune itself is generic, an aggregate of hundreds of others, but the words are interesting. It sounds like a comforting love song. I didn't realise at the time how sinister it is. I think I was thinking of Big Brother, surveillance and control."
And, indeed, some of the lyrics such as "every move you make, I'll be watching you" evoke an Orwellian feeling.
Here are a couple of other songs not yet mentioned:
"Let Down" by Radiohead would tie in nicely with the general plot of the novel and perhaps might facilitate several connections and insight into the story.
Actually, all of David Bowie's
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