"Pawn Hearts" and "H To He" are the only ones I really care about
and I haven't listened to either in awhile (not currently on my ipod- as I said in my response to Chris, I'm running out of room *sigh* music geek problems). Go back and forth between which I like more. "H To He" is more song-based and "Pawn Hearts" is all about atmosphere. More recently the latter has made more of an impression. One of those "aural nervous breakdown" albums. It also reminds me of riding the subways in NYC alone at night, which is an appropriate association, if you ask me.