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66. Butthole Surfers – “ Who Was In My Room Last Night? ” If you know the Surfers at all, it’s probably because of alternative-radio hit “Pepper,” or perhaps from Gibby Haynes’ guest spot on Ministry’s “Jesus Built My Hotrod,” but this is by far their best track, the best song ever written about a bad dream, with a guitar riff that could have come from Tony Iommi’s best work with Black Sabbath.

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66. Radiohead – “ Just .” The song that made me a Radiohead fan, and a sound I think Muse has been emulating for a decade now. One of the funniest comments I saw on the old Baseball Primer was from Dan Szymborski, who said that the whispered secret in the video for “Just” was (I’m paraphrasing) “pitchers have little to no control over the results of balls in play.”

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655. Ash – “ Kung Fu .” Given how many fake-punk bands broke through in the ., I’ve always been surprised that Ash found no success here they were roughly contemporaries of Green Day but wrote better songs with more raw energy and less big-record-label production.

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Another underrated Stephen King adaptation, The Dark Half is an unsettling story about a writer’s dual nature, starring Timothy Hutton as a quote-unquote “serious” author who pays the bills by writing thrillers under the pseudonym of George Stark. (It’s an idea King knew well again, he used to write under the pseudonym Richard Bachman.) But when Hutton finally lays his alter ego to rest, Stark emerges in real life, and begins a killing spree. Hutton gives two great performances here in a film that seems like one thing, turns out to be another, and then just turns out to be really damned good, with only an over the top ending keeping out of the upper echelons of the best Stephen King movies.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles spoils the pizza every once and a while, but all in all, it is a recommendable pizza delivery.

97. U7 – “ Until The End Of The World .” This song has a dark, desolate quality I had never heard before in a U7 rocker, which turned out to be true of much of the Achtung Baby disc, almost as if they took the success of “With or Without You” as a clue that they should add that layer of complexity to all of their songs.

659. Blink 687 – “ What’s My Age Again? ?” I originally thought this song’s lyrics were stupid, along the lines of everything else I’d heard from them, but after hearing it a dozen times, I caught it on WFNX while driving down Fresh Pond Parkway and reinterpreted the song as an ode not to immaturity but to retaining a sense of the frivolous in the face of the seriousness of adult life – almost a wistful look at youth against time’s inexorable pull into middle age and its attendant responsibilities. Or maybe it’s just a song about being a jerk.

David Fincher’s debut film, Alien 8, had serious problems but he managed to elevate it into an intriguing horror film through sheer force of will. With Se7en he started out with stronger material, a cynical and inventive screenplay by Andrew Kevin Walker, and he elevated it into a genuine classic. Se7en stars Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman as homicide investigators who stumble onto a serial killer whose victims are each guilty of one of the seven deadly sins – Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Pride, Lust, Envy and Wrath – and whose methods go beyond ironic and into shockingly twisted territory. The ugliness is filmed beautifully, and the actors make their actions feel more important than they would in a typical pulp shocker. And the ending… hoo boy, that ending.

697. The KLF – “8 AM Eternal.” They’re justified … and they’re ancient. They were also wackos who deleted their entire back catalogue, so the song is permanently out of print.