Sunday, December 12, 2004

Top 10

It's almost the end of the year, so I thought we could do something I always love, top 10 lists. It'd be very cool to list your top 10 records, books, movies or whatever for the past 12 months. So the invitation has been made. I'll post a few of my top 10's here and the more abstract over at my blog. So get to it!


At 12/15/2004 3:33 PM, Blogger Dusty said...

Top Ten CDs- (Based on the ten CDs that have I have gotten into this year, regardless of their release date in no particular order)
1) The Postal Service- Give up
2) Interpol- Antics
3) The Shins- Oh, Inverted World
4) Garden State Soundtrack
5) The Pale-
6) Sleeping At Last- Ghosts
7) Taking Back Sunday-
8) Spiderman 2 Soundtrack (entirely because of Dashboard and Jet)
9) Modest Mouse- Good News for People Who Like Bad News
10)Deathcab for Cutie- Transatlanticism

TOP TEN BOOKS- (probably close to all the books I read...Again, no order)
1) Blue Like Jazz- Don Miller
2) Searching for God Knows What- Don Miller
3) A New Way to Be Human- Peacock
4) Letters for Lizzie- Jim O'Donnell
5) Messy Spirituality- Mike Yaconelli
6) God of the Possible- Greg Boyd
7) Fast Food Nation- Eric Schlosser
8) Speaking My Mind- Tony Campolo
9) The Story We Find Ourselves In- McLaren
10) Myth of Certainty- Daniel Taylor (yep- that might be all the books I read in the last year!)

1) Spiderman 2
2) Garden State
3) Anchorman
4) Supersize Me
5) Saved
6) Napoleon Dynomite
7) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
8) I Heart Huckabees
9) Shrek 2
10) The Bourne Supremacy (I know I have left off good ones, but I could not remember them, so here is what I remembered!)

At 12/15/2004 4:41 PM, Blogger Jake Sikora said...

Here is my top ten bands dusty and andy should quit listening to:
1. Copeland
2. U2
3. Jimmy Eat World
4. Pedro the Lion
5. Taking Back Sunday
6. Further Seems Forever
7. Sum 41
8. Blenderhead
9. Juliana Theory
10. Dashboard Confessional

At 12/15/2004 5:29 PM, Blogger Dusty said...

Here is one thing Jake needs to stop being
1) a fun-loving, uberelistist, musical Nazi

That is about it!

For the Record, I couldn't tell you one title of a Sum 41 song

At 12/16/2004 12:34 PM, Blogger Jake Sikora said...

I stand corrected. Please replace Sum 41 with Sensefield on my list. If I am a music N-word, at least I seek to be an accurate one.


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