The Beatles ("The White Album")
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Happiness is a Warm Gun
Everybody's Got Something to Hide (Except Me and My Monkey)
Mother Nature's Son
Martha My Dear
Back in the USSR
The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill
Long, Long, Long
I'm so Tired
Cry Baby Cry
Don't Pass Me By
Wild Honey Pie
Why don't we do it in the road?
Ticket to Ride
You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
You're Going to Lose that Girl
I Need You
The Night Before
I've Just Seen a Face
You Like Me Too Much
Tell Me What You See
It's Only Love
Dizzy Miss Lizzy
In My Life
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Drive My Car
If I Needed Someone
Run for Your Life
Think for Yourself
You Won't See Me
I'm Looking through You
What Goes On
Tomorrow Never Knows
Are the Rubber Soul rankings fairly unusual? It seemed people always liked "You Won't See Me" more than I do.
Sorry but I didn't include "Rain."
- Citizen Kane (Welles, 1941)
- 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick, 1968)
- The Rules of the Game (Renoir, 1939)
- Touch of Evil (Welles, 1958)
- The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dreyer, 1928)
- Seven Samurai (Kurosawa, 1954)
- 8 ½ (Fellini, 1963)
- Andrei Rublev (Tarkovsky, 1966)
- The Tree of Life (Malick, 2011)
- Persona (Bergman, 1966)
- Vertigo (Hitchcock, 1958)
1. The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
2. The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground & Nico
3. The Beatles – Abbey Road
4. Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band – Trout Mask Replica
5. Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde
6. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced
7. The Beatles – Revolver
8. Van Morrison – Astral Weeks
9. The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts’ Club Band
10. John Coltrane – A Love Supreme
11. Robert Wyatt – Rock Bottom
12. Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On?
13. The Rolling Stones – Exile on Main Street
14. The Beach Boys – Smile
In order from 1 to 50.
- 1) The Raid 2 **** - Unexpectedly sprawling after the claustrophobic original, The Raid 2 trades a twisty apartment building for a labyrinthine plot of feuding crime lords. Any tension lost with that enclosed setting is more than met by a deep undercover plot and some of the most exciting martial arts scenes ever filmed.
- 1. Digital Mystikz- Haunted
- This classic, produced in 2006, was crafted at the height of Dubstep's golden age. While very minimal and simple in its nature, Haunted became an instant hit after it's release on the DMZ label. The tracks perfectly encapsulates dubstep as a genre, with an emphasis on a grungy sliced up bassline and a syncopated 2-step drum pattern. While the duo of Coki and Mala have produced several magnificent tracks, Haunted remains a favorite among many.
Top 25 (in no specific order)
- Christmas Waltz - Carpenters
- This Christmas - Chris Brown
- All I want for Christmas is You - Mariah Carey
- Last Christmas - WHAM
- The Christmas Song - Nat King Cole
- Do They Know it's Christmas - Band Aid
- SantaClaus is coming to town - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
- Happy Christmas (War is Over) - John Lennon
- Wonderful Christmas Time - Paul Mcartney or "It's a Cover Up"
- Step into Christmas - Elton John
- Let it snow x3 - Dean m
- Wines $10-and-Under
- 2009 Lindeman’s Bin 40 Merlot ($8)
- This shows surprisingly robust tannins for a value-priced red.
- 2009 Bodegas Nekeas Vega Sindoa Tempranillo ($8)
- Juicy red-fruit flavors and a bit of spice make this delicious red perfect for barbecues.
- 2009 Morse Code Shiraz ($9)
- A nicely affordable Shiraz that delivers a juicy, generous mouthful of black licorice, spice and ripe blackberry.
- 2010 Elsa Bianchi Malbec ($9)
- Made with grapes from the Doña Elsa vineyard, this juicy, dark berry-flavored Malbec is another great value.
- 2009 Banfi Col di Sasso
- Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon - The Grandfather Paradox: In so many ways this is the most mind-expanding, ear-tickling, earth-shattering, genre-defying, history-spanning mix that it is physically (or probably even meta-physically) possible to commit to a listenable format. It's no small wonder that it took three of them to put it together. It's not just the quality of the track selection or the deftness of the connections and the skill of the combinations; all of that is compounded and amplified when you realize the relation they bear to the creative notion of the project.