I was going to add Wolf Eyes' "Stabbed in the Face II" to my list as a bonus track to my R10, but as there's no FMD post, I'll talk about them as a post.
Now that it's about 15 years since I saw Wolf Eyes in concert (opening up for Sonic Youth on their "Sonic Nurse" tour, at the Quest), I'm finally calmed down enough to listen to their music without reliving the trauma. In the interim, I have listened to a lot of former Wolf Eye Aaron Dilloway's solo material, so that presented me with a road back to the full band's work. Some of their stuff is danged fantastic, though only recommended if you think Atari Teenage Riot was "too pretty" or "too pop". For example, "Let the Smoke Rise" is like "Stabbed in the Face" forced more towards the format of a traditional "song". The track on my list here, "Stabbed in the Face II", is an instrumental version of "SitF" (original below). The instrumental shows how important Nate Young's screams are to the original (imagine some rock band without the lead guitar), but at the same time highlights other parts of the song. It's not as assaultive.
Drop your lists or whatevs.