Top 10 Lists 1997

So folks, here it is, we had 19 Contributors this year. We might find a few ideas for the Christmas stockings :-)

Music

The top 10 of 1997

1. Radiohead - Ok Computer
2. The Verve - Urban Hymns
3. U2 - Pop
4. Pavement - Brighten the corners
5. Bjork - Homogenic
6. Suede - Coming Up
7. Wilco - Being there
8. Spirtualized - Ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space
9. Photek - Modus Operandi
10. Prodigy - The fat of the land
11. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - The Boatman's Call
12. Cornershop - When I was born for the 7th time
13. Teenage Fanclub - Songs from Northern Britain

Music Contributors

Declan Bates  Enda Bates  Garbhán Blake  Gerard Cagney  Tom Corcoran  Tony Corrigan  Brian Fenton  Martin Hayes  Brendan Jennings  Chris Luke  Niall Lynch  Kevin McGrath  Dave McGuinness  Martin O'Gorman  Michelle O'Gorman  Breanndan O Nuallain  John Quilty  Neil Williams 

Interesting Notes

Top 3 called by Enda Bates

Top Films of 1997

1. Shine
2. L.A. Confidential
3. Grosse Point Blanke
4. Romeo and Juliet
5. The Full Monthy
6. Fifth Element
7. When we were kings

Film Contributors:

Declan Bates  Enda Bates  Garbhán Blake  Tom Corcoran  Tony Corrigan  Martin Hayes  Kevin McGrath  Dave McGuinness  Kieran Murphy  Martin O'Gorman  Neil Williams 

Declan Bates

1. Photek - Modus Operandi
2. Bjork -  Homogenic
3. Maria Callas - Pucinni Arias
4. Rachmaninov - Vespers
5. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - The boatman's call
6. Roni Size - Reprazent
7. Mozart - Piano Sonatas (Askenazey)
8. Glen Gould plays Bach / Not Bach
9. Tortoise - Millions now living... (just for Glass Museum)
10. Jacqeline Du Pre - Haydn cello concertos
11. Various Norwegian squidgy types - Arctic Circles

Films

1. Welcome to Sarajevo
2. Nil by mouth
3. Fifth element
4. Pat Garett and Billy the kid
5. The boy from mercury
6. Mama Roma
7. Select Hotel
8. Seven years in Tibet
9. Romeo and Juliet
10. The Pillow book

Gigs

1. Red House Painters - Garage, London
2. John Simms - Physio n Firkin, Leicester
3. Arab Strap - Physio n Firkin, Leicester
4. Prolapse/Volcano the bear - Tube bar, Leicester
5. Grieg, Piano concerto - De Montfort Hall, Leicester

Enda Bates

1.  Radiohead - Ok Computer
2.  The Verve - Urban Hymns
3.  U2 - Pop
4.  Faithless - Irreverence
5.  Jeff Buckley - Grace
6.  Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape
7.  Spiritulised - Ladies & Gentlemen we are Floating in Space
8.  Teenage Fanclub - Songs From Northern Britain
9.  Beth Orten - Trailer Park
10. James - Whiplash

Films

1. Dead Man walking
2. Dazed & Confused
3. L.A. Confidnetial
4. Trainspotting
5. Romeo & Juliet
6. Shawshank Redemption
7. Heat
8. Cinema Paridiso

Garbhán Blake

1.  Scud Mountain Boys - Massachusetts
2.  Spiritualized - Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space
3.  Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
4.  The Verve - Urban Hymns
5.  Pavement - Brighten The Corners
6.  Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - The Boatman's Call
7.  Wilco - Being There
8.  Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole
9.  Vic Chesnutt - About To Choke
10. Patti Smith - Horses

Honourable Mentions:

Yo La Tengo - Genius + Love = Yo La Tengo
Pixies - Death To The Pixies
Blur - Blur
Scud Mountain Boys - The Early Year
Bluetones - Expecting To Fly
Terry Hall - Laughter
Tindersticks - Curtains
Prodigy - Fat of The Land

Live performances

1.  Spiritualized - Nov 17, Eagles ballroom, Milwaukee
2.  Spiritualized - Aug 6, Rave bar, Milwaukee
3.  Gus Gus / Cornershop - Nov 25, Eagles ballroom, Milwaukee
4.  Yo La Tengo - Sep 17, Shank Hall, Milwaukee
5.  U2 - Soldier Field, Chicago
6.  Blur - July, Eagles ballroom, Milwaukee
7.  Scud Mountain Boys - Mar 12, Shank Hall, Milwaukee
8.  Jonathan Richmann - Oct 4, Shank Hall, Milwaukee
9.  Seahorses - Aug 13, Rave Bar, Milwaukee
10. Moby - Dec 2, Eagles ballroom, Milwaukee

Films

1.  Swingers
2.  Shine
3.  When We Were Kings
4.  Chasing Amy
5.  The Full Monty
6.  Sleepers
7.  Ridicule
8.  Men In Black
9.  The English Patient
10. Big Night

Honourable mentions:

Welcome to the Dollhouse
Basquiat
Brassed Off
The Wings of The Dove

Worst films/videos

1. The End of Violence  (First movie I ever walked out of).
2. Crash (Nearly the first movie I ever walked out of)
3. The Pillow Book
4. The Devil's Own
5. Star Wars Trilogy  (Not because they were that bad - just because there was so much bloody hype over an extra 6 minutes of superfluous footage added to films that were cutting edge 20 years ago).

Gerard Cagney

1. radiohead - ok computer
2. he verve - urban hymns
3. chemical brothers - dig your own hole
4. rem - new adventures in hifi
5. howie b -turn the dark off
6. portishead - portishead
7. pavement - brighten the corners
8. primal scream - vanishing point
9. fun lovin criminals - come find yourself
10. carl cox - fact2

Tom Corcoran

1. Photek - Modus Operandi
2. RadioHead - Ok Computer
3. The Verve - Urban Hymns
4. The Hitchers - It's all fun and games 'til someone looses an eye
5. Pavement - Brighten the corners
6. Orbital - Insides
7. Placebo - Placebo
8. Spiritualized - Ladies and gentlenmen we are floating in space
9. Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Forever
10. Luna - Pup Tent

Honourable mentions:

Bjork - Homogenic (got it only recently, otherwise it would likely be higher)
U2 - Pop
Primal Scream - Vanishing Point
Alex Reece - So Far
Genius/RZA - Liquid Swords
Luna back catalogue
Aphex Twin - I care because you do & Richard D. James
Ivy - Realistic
Orbital - Snivilization
Prodigy - The fat of the land
Spiritualized - Pure Phase
Blur - Blur
Tricky - Pre-millennium tension
Loop Guru - Amrita
Banco de Gaia - Last train to Lasla
Beck - Odelay
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - The Boatman's Call

Stuff I listened to too late in the year to make the list:

Stereolab - Dots and Loops
Tindersticks - Curtains
Gus Gus - Polydistortion
Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One

Stuff on my wish list that I never heard:

Roni Size - Reprazent
Daft Punk - All around the World
Mouse on Mars - Autoditacker
Howie B - Turn Off the Dark
Cornershop - When I was born for the 7th Time
Black Grape - Stupid Stupid Stupid
Teenage Fanclub - Songs from Northern Britain
Portishead - Portishead

Live perfomances

1. Yo La Tenga - Jun 17 Fox Theatre Boulder
2. U2 Popmart - May 3 Rice Stadium Salt Lake City
3. Stereolab/Mouse On Mars - Nov 17 Bluebird Denver
4. Spirtualized - Aug 26 Fox Theatre Boulder
5. Pavement - April 23 Ogden Theatre Denver
6. Blur - June 22 Ogden Theatre Denver
7. Western Conference MLS final Colorado Rapids v Dallas Burn Sep 17 Mile High Stadium Denver
8. Spring Heel Jack - March 11 Ogden Theatre Denver
9. Spirtualized - Nov 15 Bluebird Theatre Denver
10. Sinead O'Connor - Aug 18 Paramount Theatre Denver

Films

1. L.A. Confidential
2. Boogie Nights
3. Career Girls
4. Il Mostro
5. When we were kings
6. Shine
7. Breaking the waves
8. The Full Monthy
9. When the cat's away
10. Shall we dance
10. Ulee's Gold

Honourable mentions:

Face off
Breakdown
Slingblade
Ponette
Grosse Point Blanke
The Ice Storm

Videos:

1. Normal Life
2. DayTrippers
3. Il Postino
4. Kolya
5. Highway Patrolman
6. Seconds
7. Whitnall and I
8. Traveller
9. Bound
10. Heavy

Worst films:

1. Speed 2
2. The Peacemaker
3. Crash
4. A life less Ordinary
5. The Crucible
6. Excess baggage
7. Kiss the girls
8. Event Horizon
9. The Saint
10. Air Force One

Tony Corrigan

1. David Bowie - Earthling
2. Karl Orff - Carmina Burana
3. Suede - Coming Up
4. Vanessa Mae - The Classical Album
5. Philip Glass - Low Symphony
6. Rolling Stones - Rock & Roll Circus
7. Bjork - Homogenic
8. Elvis Costello - Blood & Chocolate
9. Elvis Costello - All this Useless Beauty
10. Radiohead - Ok Computer

Live performances

1. David Bowie - Olympia
2. Sinead O'Connor - Olympia
3. The Go-betweens - Mean Fiddler
4. A-house - Olympia
5. Radiohead - RDS
6. Cast - Red Box
7. Pavement - Red Box
8. U2 - Lansdown Rd

Films

1. A life less Ordinary
2. The Full Monty
3. LA Confidential
4. Shine

Brian Fenton

1.  Red House Painters - Ocean Beach
2.  Red House Painters - Songs For A Blue Guitar
3.  Flaming Lips - Clouds Taste Metallic
4.  Red House Painters - Rollercoaster album
5.  Nick Drake - Way To Blue
6.  Low - The Curtain Hits The Cast
7.  Galaxie 500 - This Is Our Music
8.  Microdisney - The Clock Comes Down The Stairs
9.  Talk Talk - The Colour Of Spring
10. Bark Psychosis - Hex

Notes:

I'm afraid my list is almost the same as last year's! I thought it was a poor enough year musically. Lots of good albums, very few greats. Not even Radiohead pulled it off. Oh dear!

Live Performances

Had to be Veneer at the Temple Bar music centre. A typical Dublin beer-swilling music crowd was left gob-smacked and open mouthed after a spine-tingling performance, carefully built up from bare voice with gently strummed acoustic guitar to a full-on raging distortion topped with squealing organ and throbbing bass. Intensity on a stick. Also, Nick Cave in Skibbereen.

Books

JD Salinger - Franny and Zooey
Milan Kundera - Immortality
Henry Miller - Nexus
Schumacher - A Guide For The Perplexed

Best Bustop Moment

Has to be Danni Minogue's bust-op, doesn't it?

Best Michael Hutchence impression

Diamanda Galas live in New York - froze my blood.

Martin Hayes

1. Pixies - Death to the Pixies
2. Radiohead - Ok Computer
3. The Divine Comedy - A short album about love
4. Longpigs - The sun is often out
5. The Blue Nile - A walk across the Rooftops
6. Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
7. Red House Painters - Songs for a Blue Guitar
8. Buffalo Tom - Big Red Letter Day
9. The Auteurs - Now I'm a Cowboy
10. Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
10. Wannadies - Bagsy Me

Honourable Mentions:

Pavement - Brighten the Corners
Teenage Fanclub - Songs from Northern Britain
EATB - Evergreen, Crocodiles (Each new release sends me into a bout of
listening to the old stuff, a pity really)
Radiohead - The Bends
Smiths - Hatful of Hollow

Singles:

1. Longpigs - On and On
2. Lou Reed et al - Perfect Day  (Charity Single of the Decade? I think so!!)
3. U2 - Discotheque
4. Radiohead - Paranoid Android
5. Nathalie Imbrughlia -  Torn (I'll hate it within a month, tells you a lot about the transient nature of these thingys)

Live Performances (As you can see I've been watching a lot of comedy in the last year)

1. The Go Betweens - Mean Fiddler (Dublin)
2. Colin Murphy - UCH (Limerick)
3. Veneer  -  Costelloes (Limerick)
4. Justin ? (why can't I remember his surname?) from Galway - International Bar (Dublin)
5. Tommy Tiernan - King's Head (Galway)

Films

1. Grosse Pointe Blank
2. LA Confidential
3. Seven
4. Raging Bull
5. The Shawshank Redemption
6. Un coeur en hiver
7. The English Patient
8. Schindler's list
9. Lone Star
10. Paris, Texas

Worst Films (I will inflict no more than 3)

1. The Peacemaker
2. The Lost World
3. Batman and Robin

I would have also put in One Fine Day but having George Clooney in 3 out of 4 may have smacked of victimisation.

Music Videos

1. Prodigy - Smack my bitch up  (completely prurient, disgusting and riveting. So far ahead of the rest as to be untrue)

General Stuff

Joke of the year :- From Colin Murphy in Limerick, "Have you ever noticed how pigeons are always looking for a fight?" Cue great visual gag of a pigeon walking which quite resembled Grant Mitchell (but with bigger elbows) on acid.

Sunset of the year: The blood red retina burner on Nairn Beach in Mid west Donegal on the third Sunday of August this year.

Surreal half-hour of the year: From this year's Jim Finn stag bash. It involved observing an in-depth argument about whether chips had been mashed on top of somebody's head, or had it in fact been merely a case of downward pressure of chips being applied.

Brendan Jennings

1. Wilco - Being There
2. Cornershop - When I was born for the 7th time
3. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - The Boatmans Call
4. The Great Western Squares - Judas Steer
5. Ry Cooder & various cuban people - Buena Vista Social Club
6. Pavement - Brighten the Corners
7. Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen we are floating in space
8. Dinosaur Jr - Hand it Over
9. The Chemical Brothers - Dig your own hole
10. Beth Orton - Trailer Park

Gigs

1. Red House Painters - The Garage (London)
2. The Go-Betweens - Mean Fiddler
3. Tindersticks - Music Centre
4. Spiritualized - Red Box
5. Mark Eitzel - Whelans

Chris Luke

1. Lee "Scratch" Perry - Arkology
2. Various - Motown Chartbusters
3. The Verve - Urban Hymns
3. Teenage Fanclub - Songs from Northern Britain
5. Bjork - Homogenic
5. Prodigy - The Fat of the Land
5. Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Forever
5. Pavement - Brighten the Corners
9. Various - Blaxploitation
9. Various - Headz 1,2a,2b, James vs Nigo
       

Notes:

1. 3 cd boxed set of Perry's recordings at his own Black Ark studio in Jamaica from 76 to 79
2. Re-issued this year, these were originally released towards the end of the sixties. They consist of 6 volumes of one brilliant Motown single after another, all from the period 65 to 71. This is about as good as Pop Music gets.
9. 3 double cd volumes of music from the likes of Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Quincy Jones and Isaac Hayes, mostly from the seventies and concieved as soundtracks to imaginary "Blaxploitation" films. Just about every track has been sampled by someone recently.
9. Compilations from the Mo'Wax stable. The "James vs Nigo" compilation isn't as strong as the  others, but is worth getting for Money Mark's "Cry", which would sit comfortably on any of the Blaxploitation compilations.

Honourable Mentions:

Blur - Blur
Portishead - Portishead
Edwyn Collins - I'm not following you
Beck - Odelay
Luscious Jackson - Fever in, Fever out
The Chemical Brothers - Dig your own Hole
Pidgeonhead - The Full Sentence

Howie B - Turn Off the Dark
This only narrowly missed out on the Top 10. "Take your Partner by the Hand" is brilliant.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Shadow
This is a track off his posthumously released, and dissapointing, remixes album. This track, remixed by "State of Bengal", is the business, as they say.

Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain & Around Midnight
I had "Sketches of Spain" on tape years ago and bought it again this year on cd. "Around Midnight" is new to me this year. Both feature Davis as the collaborator supreme: with Gil Evans on "Spain" and with John Coltrane among others on "Around Midnight".

MasterCuts - Classic Electro Vol 1 & Classic Hip Hop Vol 2
Two very intelligentcompilations. I seriously considered including the electro compilation in my top 10, including, as it does, Rockers Revenge, Herbie Hancock and the absolute classic "White Lines" by Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel.

Whale - We Care
The lyrics suggest that they'd be arrested in most countries for lewd behaviour.

The Wannadies - You & Me Song
The most infuriatingly catchy pop song of the year.

Cornershop - When I was born for the 7th Time
Especially for their version of "Norwegian Wood" sung in an asian language (Punjabi, I think).

Afro-Cuban All Stars - A Toda Cuba le Gusta
I didn't know much about Cuban music before I bought this. This compilation shows that there's great depth and variety to it. The band is a kind of dream team of Cuban music. A compilation by the Bueno Vista Social Club is also worth mentioning, as it contains great Cuban music from the thirties to the present day.

MC Solaar - Paradisiaque
Demostrating ably that the French language lends itself very well to Rap. Sophisticated production by Le Funk Mob.

Daft Punk - All around the World
The album, "Homework", was slightly dissapointing. Even so, this track is very entertaining and memorable.

Niall Lynch

1. Tindersticks - Curtains
2. DJ Cam - Underground Vibes ( originally 95 but reissued 97 )
3. Pavement - Brighten the Corners
4. Alpha - Come From Heaven
5. David Holmes- Let's get Killed
6. Ry Cooder - Buena Vista Social Club
7. Cornershop - When I was born for the 7th time
8. Bjork - Homogenic
9. Sammy - Tales of Great Neck and Glory (96 but I only heard it this year)
10. Edwin Collins - I'm not following

Singles

1. Tindersticks - Rented Rooms (Swing version)
2. DJ Shadow - High Noon
3. Cornershop - Brimful of Asha( Norman Cook Full Length mix)
4. Morrissey - Alma Matters
5. Bjork - State of Emergency

Gigs

1. Red House Painters - Garage
2. Mark Eitzel - Whelans
3. Tindersticks - TB Music Centre
4. Pavement - TB Music Cantre
5. Pj Harvey, John Parish - PlayHouse
6. Bjork - Olympia
7. Deus - Mean Fiddler
8. Gallon Drunk - Mean Fiddler
9. Wannadies - Knaack Club
10. Placebo - SFX

Kevin McGrath

1. Radiohead - The Bends
2. REM - New Adventures in Hifi
3. Radiohead - Ok Computer
4. Supergrass - In it for the money
5. REM - Document
6. Oasis - Whats the story
7. Suede - Coming Up
8. Teenage Fanclub - Songs from Northern Britain
9. U2 - Pop
10. The Verve - Urban Hymns

Films

1. Fargo
2. Shine

Dave McGuinness

1. Radiohead - Ok Computer
2. Wilco - Being There
3. U2 - Pop
4. Pavement - Brighten the Corners
5. Blur - Blur
6. Primal Scream - Vanishing Point
7. Paul Weller - Heavy Soul
8. The Verve - Urban Hymns
9. Foo Fighters - The Colour & the Shape
10. Portishead - Portishead

Films

1. shine
2. big night
3. l.a. confidential
4. mars attacks
5. get shorty

Videos

1. Fargo
2. Mars Attacks
3. The Last of the High Kings
Can't think of 5 really bad videos - special mention for the atrocious Broken Arrow

Gigs

1. Radiohead - Jun 24 R.D.S.
2. A House - Feb 28 Olympia
3. U2 - Aug 30 Landsdowne Road
4. Sinead O'Conner - Jul 17 Olympia
5. The Blue Nile - Jul 1 Olympia

Books

1. The Unbearable Lightness of Being - Milan Kundera
2. Catch 22 - Joseph Hellar
3. The Beach - Alex Garland
4. To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
5. Excession - Iain M. Banks

Martin O'Gorman

1.  Radiohead - Ok Computer
2.  Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
3.  DJ Shadow - Endtroducing
4.  Suede - Coming Up
5.  Curtis Mayfield - A Man Called Curtis (Best of)
6.  U2 - Pop
7.  The Verve - Urban Hymns
8.  Jeff Buckley - Grace
9.  Headz 2a/2b - Mowax Collection
10. Prodigy - The Fat of the Land

Honorable mentions:

Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen we are floating in space
Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder - Talking Timbuktu
(this is a gem and would have easily been in the top 10 but I only heard it a few days ago...get it....african beats and new orleans blues)

Gigs

1. Yo La Tengo - Garage,London
2. Red House Painters - Garage,London
3. U2 - Landsdowne Road

Best Sporting Moments

Clare winning the All-Ireland Hurling Championship
Ken Doherty crowned Snooker World Champ.

Films (in no particular order)

Koyla
The Eliminator
Palookaville
Albino Aligator
Blue Velvet (again)
Mars Attacks
Carla's Song
Shine
Beyond the Clouds
The Full Monty

Book

Michael Ondaatje - In the Skin of a Lion

Michelle O'Gorman (paranoid android)

1. Radiohead - Ok Computer
2. Prodigy - The Fat of the land
3. U2 - Pop
4. Suede - Comping Up
5. Bjork - Homogenic
6. Fun Lovin' Criminals - Come find yourself
7. Beck - Odelay
8. The Verve - Nortern Star
9. Christy Moore - The Collection
10. Black Grape - Stupid Stupid Stupid
   

Top 5 Cartoons of all time

1. Earthworm Jim
2. Pinly & the brain
3. The new batman
4. Phantum cat
5. Angry beavers

The varigated vegetables for soup of the day 1997

1. Pippy parsnip
2. Corny carrot
3. Ollie onion
4. Percy pea
5. Tim the terrible turnip

Kieran Murphy

Films

1. Shine
2. Shindler's List
3. 5th Element
4. Romeo and Juliet
5. Twelve Monkey's

Worst film's

3. Batman and Robin
2. First Contact
1. The James Bond take off with the guy from Wayne's world and Hugh's bit on the side  - the name of which and all other information I want to remove completly from my mind (the film and not what's her name). [Ed - Austin Powers]

Breanndan O Nuallain

Radiohead - Ok Computer
Revelino - Broadcaster
Cornershop - When I was born for the seventh time
The Verve - Urban Hymns
The Posies - Success
Cake - Fashion Nugget
Ocean Colour Scene - B-sides, seasides and free rides
Teenage Fanclub - Songs from Northern Britain
Paul Weller - Heavy Soul
Guided By Voices - Mag Earwhig
U2 - Pop
Belle & Sebastian - If you're feeling sinister
Chavez - Ride the Fader
Ocean Colour Scene - Marchin' already
Oasis - Be Here Now

Notes:

The order is pretty random except for Radiohead which wins by a country mile, being, in my view, the best album in the last five years.

[Ed: Radiohead was given a #1, all others were given #5]

Gigs

Needless to say, the top two were Radiohead.  The Posies get a couple as well.  The list would be rounded off by Guided by Voices, U2, Oasis, Paul Weller and Robbie Williams (this is not a joke: it was a real stonker of a gig!).  And to top it off, I'm expecting Ocean Colour Scene next week to finish off the gigging year nicely.

John Quilty

1. Neil Young - Restless (Excellent KTS bootleg)
2. Radiohead - Ok Computer
    3. Radiohead - The Bends
  4. Jewel - Pieces of You
5. Picturehouse - Shinebox
       6. Pete Mulvey - Rapture
        7. Divine Comedy - Casanova
      8. Suede - Coming Up
     9. U2 - Pop
           10. A House - No More Apologies

Albums that I didn't get to listen to enough to add (due to being stuck in Sweden):

Prodigy - The Fat of the Land
Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen we are floating in Space
   Oasis - Be here now

Neil Williams

1. U2 - Pop
2. Susanne Vega - Nine objects of desire
3. Garbage - Garbage
4. Beck - Odelay
5. The Eels - Beautiful Freak
6. Aimee Mann - I'm with Stupid
7. Portishead - Dummy
8. Primal Screen (penultimate album - can't remember the name)
9. The Knievals - The Sabor (don't know exactly, can't read the title on the CD!!)
10. Paul Weller - Wild Wood

Films

1. Gross Point Blank (excellent soundtrack)
2. My So-called Life
3. Le Haine
4. Shine