He's A Rebel by The Crystals. Written by Gene Pitney, produced by Phil Spector. One of my all-time favourite songs. My mom used to play this 45 all the time when I was growing up. Last night I was playing my guitar along to some girl-group greats and I realized one of the things that makes this song Incredibly Brilliant is a half-step modulation up going into the first chorus. The "No No No"s at the end are Wonderful as well.
As this gets cut off, here's the full version:
I almost wish I hadn't looked up any info on this song as it all seems a little sordid. It's not actually The Crystals singing it for one thing, it's Darlene Love backed by The Blossoms. The Crystals themselves were out on tour and Spector was in a hurry to get his own version of this song out, so he brought Love and The Blossoms into the studio. Vikki Carr had a version out around the same time as well (link to video there but the video is so poor I don't want to post it). Another video of The Crystals version here with some very interesting information about their career, including the rare Let's Dance The Screw Parts 1 & 2 single. He's A Rebel was also originally offered to The Shirelles, who turned it down because of the lyrics. Not that any of this takes away from what an Excellent song it is.