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Eric's rankings of Kanye West's albums. Included Watch the Throne, as even though it isn't Kanye solo, it is generally included in his discography, and his work as performer and producer was certainly substantial enough to qualify.
- 8.The College Dropout (2004)Jesus Walks, Through the Wire, All Falls Down, Get em High, Slow Jamz, The New Workout Plan
- 7.Late Registration (2005)Gold Digger, Diamonds from Sierra Leone, Gone, Touch the Sky, Roses, Crack Music
- 6.808s & Heartbreak (2008)Love Lockdown, Heartless, Paranoid, RoboCop, Amazing, Welcome to Heartbreak
Ok, technically 11 because I couldn't cut Mean Streets. We're counting feature films where Marty directed. No documentaries. No television episodes.
Eric's rankings of the 60 best songs from Walt Disney Animation Studios. No live action films, or films from partner studios, so no Pixar, Mary Poppins, Nightmare Before Christmas, etc. Ranking based primarily on song, itself, but the quality of scene it's used in can be an influence. Finally, song must have lyrics - no instrumentals.
- 60.I've Got a DreamTangled
- 59.Do You Want to Build a Snowman?Frozen
- 58.Whistle While You WorkSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs
- 17.(Only Pixar movie I haven't seen, so in last place, by default)
My top 10 favorite players, from since when I started following NBA - (1999-2000ish). Sac Kings get their own list. :)
- 1.Steve KerrNot a joke. I loved Kerr, and his explosion against the Mavs in Game 6 of WCF is one of my favorite NBA moments ever.
- 2.Tim DuncanThe gold standard. Always delivered the goods, while never wanting the headlines. Easily the best power forward of all time, and for my money, a top 5 player ever.
- 3.Paul PiercePierce was such a beast at times. His personality was great. When he was on, he was sooo on. Will always consider his explosion against Pacers in the playoffs (game 3, I think?) as one of my favorite individual performances.
The best players since when I started seriously following the NBA [Juuuuust missed the cut - Ray Allen, T-Mac, D Howard, V Carter, Westbrook, D Rose]
- 1.Tim Duncan5 titles in 15 years, always good for 50 wins. No muss, no fuss. Ultimate winner, consumate pro.
- 2.LeBron JamesCan you imagine if LeBron had Poppovich as coach? Maybe he'd be undisputed greatest player ever? Maybe it would've crashed and burned because he wouldn't buy in? It's a great "what if", but alas it didn't happen, and he doesn't have TD's resume.
- 3.Kobe BryantUgh, hate having him so high, but gotta give Mamba his due. Not the greatest winner. If he could've gotten out of his own way more, could've had 2-3 more titles. But, one of the most singularly talented players of all time. Incredible.